Two Course Caribbean Meal For Two (£14) or Four (£26) With Wine or Rum Punch at The Rockin Chair (Up to 63% Off)
- Authentic Caribbean food made using family recipes
- Frequent live music
- Eat-in and takeaway services
- City centre location
- Two course Caribbean meal
- Starter and mean each
- Starters include Jamaican staples, ackee and saltfish
- Mains include curry goat, jerk chicken and Caribbean soup
- Large glass of house wine or rum punch each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid 7 days a week 4pm-11.30pm. Must be 18 or older with valid ID to consume alcohol. Valid for eat-in. Valid for starter up to £3.95, main up to £9.50 and 175ml glass of house wine up to £4. Original values based on highest priced options. Original values verified 23 May 2012 at 9.24am.
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Like idiot beef and numpty fish, jerk chicken was named by a cantankerous chef with little respect for his ingredients. Avoid mealy-mouthed misnomers with today’s Groupon from The Rockin Chair. Choose from the following options:• £14 for two course Caribbean meal for two people with large glass of wine or rum punch each (Up to 60% off)
• £26 for two course Caribbean meal for four people with large glass of wine or rum punch each (Up to 63% off)
Bringing the laid-back rhythm of Caribbean life to the Welsh capital, The Rockin’ Chair serves authentically spiced food and age-old recipies, often with a side serving of live music. The flavoursome and hearty curries and stews, as well as the scrumptious sides like fried plantains and yams, are made using family techniques passed down a series of generations, and served in the lively restaurant, which keeps its finger on the pulse with regular social events and DJ spots. The eatery is open seven days a week, and takeaway is also available.
Diners can take their tastebuds on a holiday from the Cardiff climate and experience a tropical taste of the islands with a two course meal for two or four. Starters include the staple ackee and saltfish (£3.95), consisting of cooked Jamaican fruit along with salted and seasoned cod, lightly fried. For mains, guests may pick the classic jerk chicken (£7), served with basmati rice and red kidney beans; or play the adventure card with the curry goat (£8.50), featuring tender, marinated goat meat on the bone, also with rice and beans. A large glass of wine each (£4) will act as a counterbalance to the peppery Caribbean flavours, and veggie options can be created on request.