Caribbean cuisine is a long-time favourite with the dining public of the north of England, and in Liverpool, they have an establishment that is the envy of the region. In the heart of the city centre, on Bold Street, there lies Raggas, a restaurant with a Jamaican flair for food. Their eponymous founder learned his trade in Port Antonio, back on the island, and the menu in the Ropewalks takes in all the classics of Caribbean cooking: jerk chicken, curry goat, callaloo, rice and peas patties and the national dish of Jamaica, ackee and saltfish. Book a table now for a one way ticket to the tropical sun of Kingston Town, without ever leaving the admittedly less tropical surrounds of Liverpool – for your palate at least.
Lovely visit with really tasty food and quick friendly service.
Fab food and fab cocktails. Can't wait to go back 😊 I had brown stew steak and sweet potatoes and my husband had talapia. Loved it.
I woukd definitely recommend raggas! The food is amazing and the service was fantastic, the waiter went above and beyond to ensure that we enjoyed our visit. I ordered boneless jerk chicken with sweet potato fries and the festival-all amazing! Thanks raggas, I cannot wait to return.