Kaieteur Express II

Kaieteur Express II
Queens

In sleepy Hollis Gardens, Jamaica, this Guyanese bakery-cum-restaurant serves Chinese and Indian dishes—which should come as no surprise to those familiar with the South American nation. Soon after the country’s African slaves were freed in the mid-1800s, indentured Chinese and Indian workers were shipped to Guyana to labor on sugar plantations, and they brought their cuisine with them. At Kaieteur, a fiery namesake chicken dish is flavored with Indian spices, and curries are rich and flavorful. Particularly tasty is the duck, stewed on the bone and served with dal puri, a thin bread stuffed with smashed chickpeas.

Venue name: Kaieteur Express II
Contact:
Address: 88-08 183rd St
Queens

Cross street: between Hillside and 89th Aves
Opening hours: Daily 11am–10:30pm
Transport: Subway: F to 179th St–Jamaica
Price: Average main course: $10. Cash only

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Ryan

I ordered 2 chicken fried rice and a curry chicken and a 2 liter soda they charged me $30.50 When I got home the food was cold and dry and no flavor I called to ask if the food was fresh The lady was nasty and rude said that she don't need our business. I would never go there again And wouldn't recommend it!!!!

nila

The older lady at the register is rude not friendly, food is ok,,, owner before was better

Sonia

Needs to chage the cook. I order some fried rice and polurie. It was so embarrassing - the polurie was so hard even though I heat it up. Fried Rice was dried and tasteless. Would never order from you guys again. Sonia