wners Haiz Miller and Damian Phillips had to offer.
The Caribbean-themed eatery-on-wheels first hit the Palm Beach County scene last month, debuting with a Jamaican-heavy menu. Cooked the authentic, island-style way, the jerk chicken sandwich continues to be a hit -- and a steal -- for a full meal with your choice of side for under $10.
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