I still remember the day that I opened up my sandwich shop. As I prepped tomatoes and sliced meats, I anticipated a busy day filled with profit. Unfortunately, I only had six customers that day. After that failure, I realized that I needed to do a little more to advertise my business. I teamed up with a guy who had run restaurants previously, and he showed me the ropes. I worked hard day in and day out to spread the word about my restaurant, and it was amazing to see how much my business grew in the coming months. I know that if you read through the articles on my blog, your restaurant can be a success too.
Some Caribbean cuisines are quite common and are featured often in Caribbean restaurants. Puerto Rican and Jamaican cuisines fall into this category. But these are far from the only islands in the Caribbean. Each other island has its own, unique cuisine as well. Here are some of the lesser-known Caribbean cuisines that are well worth trying if you see them at a Caribbean restaurant.
St. Lucia is a small island on the eastern side of the Caribbean island system. [Read More]