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  • n. escabeche


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  • But the seafood dishes I tried were terrific: a grouper escoveitch piled with julienned vegetables was biting and fruity, jerk catfish had the smokiness and spice the chicken lacked, and a murky fish soup with pumpkin, cho cho (chayote), and house-made dumplings had a powerful kick.

    Chicago Reader

  • One of the more impressive entrées is the fish of the day prepared escoveitch-style, a Caribbean preparation in which the fish is marinated in a vinegary sauce, then poached or fried and served for breakfast.

    East Bay Express

  • There are all the Jamaican standards here-brown stew chicken, curry goat, oxtail, cow foot, and red snapper, served en escoveitch or steamed-and I just might hike up again to try the fish-tea or cow-skin soup ( "very chewy," said the counterman).

    Chicago Reader

  • The menu has all the other Caribbean bases covered, from conch fritters to coconut shrimp, fish escoveitch, and festival, plus Jamaican beverages like sorrel, ginger, and fresh limeade.

    Chicago Reader


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