Ann's Caribbean Restaurant in Leyton Menu

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Popular Menu Items
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Popular Menu Item Filled Baguettes Filled Baguettes Every bakery in the UK offers takeaway or sit down filled baguettes, some unusual combinations and some fairly standard, like cheese and pickle, ham salad, chicken salad. More and more bakeries however, are offering more ‘exotic’ filled rolls and baguettes, based on continental flavours such as salami and brie cheese, chicken with Provencale pesto, tuna nicoise with tuna, egg, anchovies, green beans and vinaigrette. Cafes, Bakery
Popular Menu Item Minestrone Minestrone The classic and renowned Italian soup, comprising small pasta shapes, a rich chicken stock and finely diced vegetables such as celery, onions, tomatoes, carrots beans and herbs. Created in Ancient Roman times the soup is now served in many different ways, some finely and others much more chunky and hearty. A sprinkling of parmesan and a good basket of bread makes this really filling. Cafes, Italian
Popular Menu Item Quiche Quiche Wow! Amazing selections of handmade quiches are always available to try, with a huge combination of flavours and pastry types. Most popular are usually the standard cheese and bacon (quiche Lorraine) or a rich roasted vegetable. Can be purchased in slices or some delis make small individual ones. They can be packed for takeaway to include a selection of salads. Delicatessens, Cafes
Popular Menu Item Packet Snacks Packet Snacks Many varieties of crisps or potato chips of all flavours are sold, along with chipsticks, mini crackers, Twiglets, chocolate bars, cereal bars and other sweets. Muffins such as chocolate and blueberry in packets are also readily available, and even many small pies (pork pies or chicken pies) for another savoury snack for lunch. Vegetarian options on snacks have increased over the last five to 10 years, including vegetable crisps and vegetable chews. Sandwich Bar, Cafes
Popular Menu Item Caesar Salad Caesar Salad Originating in New York, way back in the early 1900’s this salad is served in every restaurant in the US and has become very popular in the UK over the last 20 years. Crisp Romaine lettuce is served with a parmesan and garlic mayonnaise, anchovies and croutons, with more grated fresh parmesan on the top. Some restaurants also serve this dish with a coddled egg, or serve as a Chicken Caesar Salad. Cafes, American
Popular Menu Item Jamaican Jerk Chicken Jamaican Jerk Chicken Moist and tender chicken which has been jointed is tossed in a dry spice rub of ‘jerk spices’ comprised of scotch bonnet chillis, thyme, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, garlic and spring onions to name but a few! It is then fried to make the skin crispy and finished off in the oven. Wonderful aroma from the chicken. This spice rub is also used with pork, and has now started to be used with seafood. Truly authentic dish eaten by the locals. Caribbean
Popular Menu Item Rice and Peas Rice and Peas Traditional side dish of probably the tastiest rice ever – locals tend to eat it without anything else as a main dish, but it is a great accompaniment for jerk dishes. ‘Peas’ are not really peas – they are red beans or peas such as kidney beans. Lots of herbs such as aromatics of thyme are put into the rice which is cooked in coconut milk. The usual scotch bonnet peppers are also present, giving the dish a kick above the sweetness of coconut. Can be served as part of Caribbean brunch, with fried plaintains and jerk chicken or goat curry. Caribbean
Popular Menu Item Conch Fritters Conch Fritters Delicacies from the sea, conch can be eaten raw or cooked, usually in the form of fritters that are deep fried in a seasoned coating. All parts of the conch are edible, but the white meat is certainly the most popular. Often served with a trio of dips such as a spicy but sweet tomato and pepper, a mint and pineapple salsa and a chef’s special. Caribbean
Popular Menu Item Grilled Spiny Lobster Grilled Spiny Lobster Delicious juicy lobster is cooked on the grill with a selection of spices and plenty of ground black peppercorns. Usually served with peppered garlic butter with chillis, or a cooling and soothing salsa, such as a pineapple and corn salsa. Mainly the juicy lobster tails are served. In August, a lot of the Caribbean restaurants take their huge griddles and barbecues to the Notting Hill Carnival in London to serve up lobster and lobster rolls to the multitude of visitors who come to see this colourful Caribbean event. Caribbean
Popular Menu Item Pork and Black Bean Stew with Dumplings Pork and Black Bean Stew with Dumplings Pork meat is stewed until so soft that it melts in your mouth in a beautiful spicy broth style sauce, with onions, garlic, black beans, ginger, tomatoes and thyme. Can be served with rice, but more frequently served with the Caribbean version of dumplings and ‘callaloo’ which are fried greens like cabbage and spinach with nutmeg and diced onions. The Brazilians lay claim to producing this dish first, but residents of the Caribbean Islands beg to differ! Caribbean
Popular Menu Item English Breakfast English Breakfast The famous English breakfast – people either love it or hate it and it can vary from place to place and also in cost. A normal English breakfast consists of a couple of rashers of bacon, a couple of sausages, fried bread, 2 eggs any style, grilled tomatoes and/or baked beans. Toast will also be offered or even buttered bread. Cafes are full of people eating an early cooked breakfast, particularly in the major towns and cities before setting off for work. Manual workers will frequently ask for chips with it as well. Cafes
Popular Menu Item Salads Salads Big selections of salads are available in most cafes, from simple cheese or ham salads, to Coronation chicken (very popular with its curry flavour), prawn, crab and many others. A selection of potato salads or coleslaw type dishes will be available from a salad bar from which you can help yourself, or be served at the table. Green leaves, tomatoes and cucumber are generally included on the plate. Cafes
Popular Menu Item Afternoon Tea Afternoon Tea Cafes will often have a set price for afternoon tea, which will consist of a platter of sandwiches, cakes and scones and your choice of tea or coffee. Sandwiches will be very daintily cut and displayed on a platter and decorated with salad pieces. Smoked salmon and cream cheese, ham and mustard, cheese and tomato and perhaps prawn mayonnaise will be the style of sandwiches included, with small pastries or chocolate éclairs or slices of Victoria sponge. Scones will be filled with jam and cream. Cafes
Popular Menu Item Bruschetta Bruschetta Delicious slices of bread, rubbed with garlic and tomato and seasoned before grilling. Various toppings are served, the most popular being diced tomatoes and red onion with finely chopped garlic and basil. Can also be served with a pesto topping, and sometimes with roasted aubergine and mushrooms. Usually a starter but can be purchased as a main course. Cafes, Italian
Popular Menu Item Hot Soup Hot Soup A variety of hot soups are normal sold, served from large barrel shaped tureens or soup kettles placed on the counter. Soups are usually simple such as tomato and basil, mushroom or vegetable. Normal served in polystyrene cups to take away. Sandwich Bar, Cafes
Popular Menu Item Bacon Sandwich Bacon Sandwich Again, very popular in the early mornings through until lunchtime, bacon sandwiches appear on every menu. They can be toasted or plain, and served with brown or tomato sauce. Some cafes will only use sliced bread as this keeps longer, but in upmarket cafes you can usually find a choice of crusty fresh bread, baked that morning. Can be served as a BLT (bacon, lettuce and tomato) but this is more popular at lunchtimes and generally served with mayonnaise. Cafes
Popular Menu Item Omelettes Omelettes Most cafes will serve omelettes on their menus, either plain or with ham, cheese, mushroom etc. and can be accompanied by salad or chips. Can be served as a 2 egg or 3 egg omelette, sometimes 4, or as an egg white omelette for the more health conscious, the latter being served with chopped chives or onion to give it flavour. Some cafes will serve souffled omelettes, which have been cooked on the top of the oven and then finished under the grill, making it slightly puffed up and a little brown on the top. Cafes
Popular Menu Item Swordfish in Orange Sauce Swordfish in Orange Sauce A big juicy thick swordfish steak with a specially created orange sauce (with a kick of course but not too pungent) is a serious contributor to the menu in Caribbean restaurants. It can be seasonal, so if you really fancy this, check with the restaurant in advance. Usually served with a sweetcorn, coriander, peppers and orange salsa. The sauce itself is a deep orange, with thyme, paprika, garlic and a secret ingredient from the chef! Caribbean
Popular Menu Item Tea Tea A fresh cup of good old English tea never goes amiss. Drink in or takeaway, it still tastes good! Usually a selection of teas such as Breakfast Tea (usual English tea), Earl Grey, Lemon and other varieties such as Lapsong Suchong. Bigger bakeries will serve the tea with the pot, whereas smaller ones will serve you just a cup, or a takeway container. Cafes, Bakery
Popular Menu Item Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows A lovely warming drink, particularly for the children! Delicious hot chocolate served with whipped cream and pink and white marshmallows is often see in cake shops. A sprinkling of chocolate on the top normally completes the drink. Cafes, Bakery
Popular Menu Item Lotus Tea Lotus Tea Green tea is marinated with fresh lotus leaves so that the aroma infuses into the whole drink. Vietnamese people believe that this has very health beneficial properties. Very refreshing. Vietnamese, Cafes
Popular Menu Item Dacquiri Dacquiri These come in several varieties, with fruit or without fruit such as pineapple, strawberries, melon, any of the soft fruits available, but bananas tend to be the most popular. The drink originated in Cuba, which considers itself to be part of the Caribbean anyway! The basis of the drink is white rum, lime juice and sugar, with the fruit liquidized into the drink and decorated with more fruit and a paper umbrella! Coconut milk is also often added for a longer drink Caribbean
Popular Menu Item Rum Punch Rum Punch This drink sends you straight to glorious palm-fringed beaches in the Caribbean. Each restaurant has their own way of making this cocktail, but generally it is made with white rum, grenadine syrup, nutmeg, fresh lime, rum liquer (or something like Malibu), orange juice, pineapple juice and some angostura bitters. It is truly delicious, but pretty potent! Caribbean
Popular Menu Item Coffee Coffee A variety of coffees are usually available, with some upmarket cafes offering the full gambit of coffees throughout the world, Kenyan, Jamaican, Cuban etc. Coffee will also be available Italian style such as cappuccino, macchiata, or just simple coffee with milk. Iced coffee is also frequently served. Cafes
Popular Menu Item Tea Tea Tea is the traditional drink to accompany the afternoon piece of cake or pastry, and will be available as tea with milk, lemon tea, Earl Grey and Lapsang Suchong, and frequently other varieties of tea depending on the level of café (Roadside cafes serving traditional English breakfast are unlikely to have a selection). In upmarket cafes, the tea will be served in a pot for you to pour, whereas in fast turnover cafes, it will just be served to you in a cup ready to drink. Cafes

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Restaurant Details

Counter Service
177 Capworth Street, Leyton, London, E105AR ,
Dine in, Takeaway, Cash
Cafes, Caribbean

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