To the owner of Good Fortune Restaurant :On May 30, 2018 we went for dinner about 7:30 pm. We were seated by the maitre ' d who professed that this was real Chinese food not like other Chinese restaurants in the area. We ordered a noodle dish and a crab dish and we're told no crabs were available. Then we ordered a pork dish that was not available and then we ordered a duck dish which was also not available. We also tried ordering baby pig or lemon chicken and again were told they did not have it. My husband finally said then bring us what you do have even if it's rat. We have dined at many fine Chinese restaurants and enjoyed fine food and good service. So, in closing, let me ask is this the way you plan to start? If so, I say don't start at all and save yourself money and your guests from disappointment. We were very disappointed and will not return again.PS: By the way, we did pay for the noodles that they did have and even left a tip when we could have just walked out without paying.
Best Jamaican food in Providence. The price is cheap for the portions. The red snapper is really good. Try them out.
Just tried several different meals and everything I had was so delicious. I cook caribbean food being a Trinidadian. If I tell you it is worth the trip run quickly. Price is right as well. I am posting on Facebook to all my West Indian peeps. Plus my Hispanic and Capeverdean friends who enjoy my cooking. I will be a frequent customer. I have been praying for good Caribbean food I don't have to cook myself. God answered my prayers. Praise Jesus.
I love this restaurant. The food is so delicious and peculiar to its country of origin. My favorite is Mondongo. In my Italian background, we call this dish, Tripe. The music is alway upbeat and makes you want to dance and makes you feel alive and well. I Love the restaurant, El Principe, on Eddy Street, in Providence.