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Hibiscus

Map & Directions 1745 San Pablo
Oakland, CA 94612
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510-444-2626
  • Caribbean, Jamaican
  • Sun-Mon, Wed-Sat 5:30pm-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Business Dining, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Accepted, Recommended
  • Garage, Street

Description

SF Weekly's Description

At Hibiscus, Sarah Kirnon incorporates traditional Caribeean dishes and flavors with the timeliest of Bay Area ingredients - ox tongue for the explorers, say, and "farm eggs" for the urban homesteaders. Made with Kirnon's penchant for clear flavors and farmers market ingredients, her crab and grits recalls Zuni's polenta as much as it does a Bahamian breakfast. Her strongest dishes are the ones with the most vivid flavors: nubbly split-pea fritters called pholourie; salt fish and ackee with ripe plantains; an aromatic, sweet pepperpot with oxtail and beef cheeks. And Miss Ollie's fried chicken is a dish with its own gravity, so extraordinary that your gaze will orbit its listing on the menu, pretending to consider other dishes, up until the moment the waiter comes to the table.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Those little old glass Coke bottles look so innocent holding their habañero or Scotch bonnet hot sauce. You’ll remember them vividly later. - Inspector

  • Oakland H. on 06/28/10

    Great service! And the food was delicious per the 6 clients we have sent from the Marriott and Clarion Hotel

  • Goapele on 04/09/10

    The crab and grits is really amazing. Also try the house Champagne it is delicious.

  • Christopher W. on 03/11/10

    Carribean Creole Cuisine

  • Guthrie D. on 01/16/10

    You must have the Crab and Grits and Miss Ollie's fried chicken. The hot sause is not for the faint.

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