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Posted by Honest Guy on 07/31/2013
The food is delicious not the best haitian food I would know because I'm haitian but its close enough I would eat their every day as for service they are very friendly warm inviting the time you wait however cant be compromised it takes an extremly long time but its fresh cooked so what can you do if its fast its not fresh simple as that their rice is A-1 thats slang for incredibly scrumptious and delicious its the best thing on the menu in my opinion atmosphere is fantastic go there and see what I mean value they have a wide variety to fit anyones price range you could even get something for 3 bucks to close I dont eat everyones griot because sometimes its phenomenal sometimes its whatever but thats my opinion its pork so there is alot to go into it but I can say this at any Haitian restaurant since its being cooked right when you order it you can tell them exactly how you want your food prepared example (Spicy, No salt, etc) food for thought
Posted by Karen on 04/13/2013
The service is poor! Kept coming back after several months, because the food is good. Otherwise I wouldn't come back! Today their credit card machine wasn't working! After waiting in drive- in for 45 minutes! Go get my cash, come back still waiting! I guess it will be another 3 or 4 months before I come back! Maybe it doesn't matter to management?
Posted by Ron on 08/30/2011
I loved the this location it had an Island feel to it the service was good although it was busy it received my food in good time considering that it was cooked fresh. I can see if someone wants to compare thier production to a fast food restaurant they would be upset of time it takes, but this is REAL food i love it and would urge everyone to check it out.
Posted by James on 12/19/2009
whoever reads this try the chef creole at 441 and 204 st. i liked the food there a lot better then the one on NE 54 st. the conch was not salty or overcooked
Posted by Malin on 05/24/2009
Chef Creole was the place to go for the best Haitian and Seafood in my opinion. Now its value and food has gone down, nt the same plp so nt the same food. Just a week ago my boyfriend went there to go buy us some rice and conch, the rice was under cooked and the conch was salty 8-(. Boy, Boy, boy if i wasn't hungry and it wasn't raining it wouldn't be a pretty site if i would of went back there. dnt waste ur time,taste buds, definitely not ur money.
Posted by Fion on 08/14/2008
I always heard their griot was the best. I went in all excited and ordered some after months of driving by. When I got home, that griot must have been at least a day old and refried, it did not taste fresh at all. The rice and banana (plantains) were delicious though. I had some fried chicken of theirs as my first purchase, that was just divine...I would never buy griot from them again.