Pepper Pot

Pepper Pot

Tucked away on a back alley just off Bay Street, the main downtown Nassau thoroughfare, this King Street diner uses the king of all Jamaican spices – Scotch Bonnet Pepper – in balanced portions to spice up their traditional menu. The décor is a bit kitschy—island sunset tablecloths and heavy plastic covers but the food more than makes up for it.   

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