Vibes By Island Vybz
I felt like I stepped into Jamaica when I entered the quiet and simply decorated restaurant. I love that it’s low-key so it isn’t super busy. I used to go to their Catonsville location, which is now closed, for the meaty oxtails and coco bread. This location has a larger menu with the same delicious flavors. Don’t panic if you walk in and no one is up front at the moment. Just ring the little doorbell at the service window.
When dining in, they give you warm coco bread and butter as an appetizer which I’ve never experienced before so huge thumbs up there. Outside of their sautéed oxtail meal and coco bread, the fish soup is out of this world! It is hot and spicy. Perfect for warming you up in the winter. The portions are very generous and the prices are comparable to what you pay at any other Jamaican food spot.
Thank you for the great service, Kim!
Jerk chicken and coconut bread were yummy. However, restaurant description and menu were misleading. Restaurant is primarily set up for carry-out with a little sitting area for those who want to eat in. No service staff. No music but fun Bob Marley posters on walls. We were only ones in the dining area, so I was inspired to play some Marley on Pandora while chowing down.