Unlike most Jamaican style restaurants, the food is not displayed and it seems like they are trying to be a real sit down restaurant, but everyone that I saw come in just did takeout anyways.
What I notice first about the food was that they quality of the rice was much better than most. The flavors of the food weren't impressive (it was typical/usual), but quality stood out. I didn't get the curry chicken, but I sure got the Jerk and Fried Chicken. The plantains looked ugly but tasted good.
The Oxtail is based on market price which means expensive, but I hoped that would indicate quality. Some places just give you scraps, fat, and bones and so my eyes lit up when I saw actual pieces of meat.
Stew peas is one of those dishes I would't try unless I know you, but I tried the one here and I liked it a lot. It was well prepared.
Aunt I's Jamaican Restaurant
10111 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026