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African and Caribbean dishes and specialties from award-winning Chef Ahmed Obo. Jambo Cafe specializes in new combinations of traditional dishes with a decidedly spicy flair. Winner of many awards, "Best Soup" for the Souperbowl 4 years running and "Best International Cuisine" in the Santa Fe Reporter for 7 years and Best Chef for 4 years. We serve vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and seafood options alongside our chicken, beef, lamb, and goat dishes. All meats are Halal. Located in College Plaza near corner of St. Michaels Drive and Cerrillos Road. Plenty of free parking. Visit our sister store Jambo Imports just two doors down.
You might drive right by this place, as it's in an unassuming shopping plaza, next to a Payless Shoes and a couple doors down from a Petco. Don't let the vanilla exterior fool you, as this is a GREAT little ethnic spot, serving up delicious...More
I was a bit hesitant to try this place since I know that Caribbean foods can often lean to the sweet side, but I threw caution to the wind and crossed my fingers there would be hot sauce. Guess what? There was! Our server was...More
I love the owner and his staff. It is a small storefront restaurant, local...yet not. The owner is such a lovely person that I hate to say this but...I'm ready for a new menu. I live in Santa Fe and understand the idea, "why mess...More
We stop here EVERY time we visit Santa Fe, which is 4-5 times a year. We usually pick something new each time, and haven’t had a miss yet. Low end of pricey, but certainly well worth it. It’s also within walking distance of all plaza...More
Back to Jambo again, today there was a lamb meat loaf over a curry special that was to die for. Please chef, make this a regular item, it was out of this world. Picture of the meal and lunch special board with description provided. My...More
The food is excellent the service is kind of slow, because they are so many people that know about this place, and let's face it there are not a lot of restaurants that serve eclectic and diverse food other than Mexican.