No Problem! Is what you will hear at Footprints Café, this hidden Caribbean jewel tucked away in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn, serves up authentic Jamaican cuisine with unique spices and island favorites for the palate. Situated in a quiet residential area, once you enter this locale you’re greeted with a tropical flair from the live band (weekends), magnificent aroma and accented customers dining on appetizers of Cod Fish cakes, Coconut Shrimp and Jerk Chicken Wings to the delectable entrées of Red Snapper fish, Coconut Curried Salmon or Sweet Oxtail and Jerk Chicken that has been marinated in jerk sauce and infused with essence of pimento all served with rice and peas, plantains and cabbage.
Footprints boasts an array of traditional beverages from Carrot Juice and Sorrel to dink concoctions with fun, raunchy names like “Lay on Me” has loyal customers that frequent this establishment for its ever consistent and mouth-watering servings.
At this family-owned establishment, themes change daily from Karaoke to comedy night. The casual attire and cheerful ambiance makes this a great place for a impromptu night out with friends, family or significant other.
Regardless of your nationality, the tempting menu has a something for everyone and with a genuine West Indian wait staff, they know exactly what you want. Also located in Coney Island, take a trip to BK and try the Rasta Pasta, it will leave you with a bit of the islands at your fingertips.
Suggestions: Arrive before 7pm for dinner, it can get crowded fast and reservations are taken for large groups only.
5814 Clarendon Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11203
1521 Surf Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224