Few NYC restaurants are devoted solely to this Caribbean nation’s specialties, but Kombit, on the border of two Brooklyn neighborhoods, has the country covered. The menu features typical dishes such as lambi (tenderized conch in a stew of carrots and tomatoes), riz djon djon (wild rice mixed with black mushrooms) and poulet en sauce (baked chicken in a tangy tomato gravy). Kombit is owned and operated by three expat sisters—Denise, Pascale and Maryse—who’ve made sure that the atmosphere is just as down-home as the cooking.
|Venue name:||Kombit Bar & Restaurant||Contact:|
279 Flatbush Ave
|Cross street:||between Prospect Pl and St. Marks Ave|
|Opening hours:||Daily noon–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: B, Q to Seventh Ave; 2, 3 to Bergen St|
|Price:||Average main course: $14. MC, V|
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