Known for its Jamaican jerk cuisine,award winning chef/owner never disappoints. It also has a great bar and music.
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I had the seafood gumbo, complete with shellfish, gator meat, and roux. Moderately spicy and delicious. Service was excellent, and our corner table was reasonably quiet for a Saturday night. We also had some very fresh raw oysters and a nice fresh pear and raw...More
Back in late October 2017 I ate New World Home Cooking. I ate one of the 3-course meals: the red bean and escarole soup (which had sand in it but was tasty), fish and chips (which was delicious), and terra me sue. About three hours...More
If you enjoy challenging your taste buds, then New World Home Cooking is a must try. Chef Ric Orlando explores different tastes and textures, that are unique and most palatable. The food is fresh, inseason, and organic, as well as provides gluten free dishes. He...More
Since all our family were travelling elsewhere for the holiday and we had our family dinner earlier in the month we decided to look for a nice place for just my daughter and myself to have Thanksgiving dinner. We saw that new world home cooking...More
I have been to NWHC close to a dozen times over the years. The quality has ranged from poor to excellent, sometimes in the same meal. Last night I sent back a $20 bowl of pho that was far too salty to eat and otherwise...More
Enjoyed a great Thanksgiving meal at New World Home cooking and had a great wedding function the following evening. The staff are friendly and go out of their way to accommodate your every need. Thanks Ric and Liz for a fantastic time!
We reserved our anniversary brunch at New World. I'd always wanted to try it and was excited to see that they now serve brunch. The food selections were varied and very tasty, but we experienced several problems. It was an immense problem to have tea....More
Stayed in Woodstock but we drove here and were floored by the employees and more so by the food, really good. I had bone marrow, first time ever, GREAT.
I've been hearing about this restaurant for years because the owner Ric Orlando is a semi celebrity chef. So it was a beautiful Auetumn afternoon when we decided to try the brunch. Apparently, quite a few others had the same idea and since reservations weren't...More