When we saw the sun glistening from a curtain of gold mirrored beads in High Town, it really caught our eye. A new family-run Caribbean restaurant had opened and we couldn’t resist popping in and and sampling the goods.

We had a chat with the owners, Yasmin, Kyron, and Rheiss, who are passionate about bringing authentic Caribbean flavours to Luton’s diverse community. They’ve made sure their menu is 100% halal, so everyone can enjoy their tasty offerings.

These guys know their stuff when it comes to Caribbean cuisine, having grown up eating and travelling through the West Indies.

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We had the chance to try their boneless chicken curry from the ‘From Da Pot’ menu, and it was absolutely delicious. The curry was served with perfectly cooked rice and peas and a side of refreshing coleslaw, all bursting with flavour.

If you’re a fan of Jerk chicken, their ‘From Da Pit’ selection is a must-try. The chicken is marinated overnight and cooked to perfection over hot coal and pimento wood.

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Feeling extra hungry? Go for one of their ultimate combo boxes, packed with a variety of delicious options such as curry mutton, oxtail, coconut veg curry and lots more. And don’t forget the sides – mac and cheese, plantain, patty, fries, and pasta – they’ve all your Caribbean favourites. And be sure to save room for their homemade Oreo cheesecake.

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When we asked the staff about their favourite dishes, they all agreed that the Jerk Chicken and Rice & Peas is a top pick. But for those who like a bit of spice and want to try something different, Rasta Pasta is the one to try.

If you’re looking for a tasty Caribbean dining experience in the heart of Luton, Top it off is definitely worth checking out. With their delicious menu and focus on quality, it’s no wonder this restaurant is making a name for itself in the local food scene.

Top It Off, 48A High Town Road, Luton LU2 0DE

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About the Author
Laura Redmond

Laura is a passionate supporter of the Step Forward Luton campaign and a Place Activation and Marketing Coordinator. Armed with a journalism degree and unwavering love for her university town, she believes there's more to Luton that meets the eye. From charity work to market management, Laura's professional journey has explored every corner of Luton. When she's not busy being a marketing maven, she's lacing up her walking shoes to explore the town's green spaces or unearthing Luton's hidden foodie gems.