Commentary by Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson’s weekly foray into awesome dining
Where to go: Jamaican Reggae Grill
Where it is: 622 S. Range Line Rd. at Monon Square, Carmel
When it’s open: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Closed Sunday.
Mark’s take: Would you like to try something very different? If so, let your culinary spirit of adventure take you to the Jamaican Reggae Grill. Get your taste buds set for a spicy flavor of the islands. Jamaican patties, Carribbean jerk wings and curried chicken are just three of the many authentic dishes that await you. This is a casual, informal and family friendly restaurant, so be bold and check out the Jamaican Reggae Grill.
What to get: Two Jamaican patties alone are quite filling. But if you want more, here’s my recommendation: Have the patties as an appetizer and an order of the the jerk chicken wings as an entree. Even without the jerk sauce, the wings are good and spicy, so a soda might be the ideal accompanying beverage.
What’s the cost: Entrees run $6 to $14.
Want to know more? Call 317-663-7630 or visit jamaicanreggaegrill.com.