Chilitos: Jamaican + Mexican Deliciousness

I took a break from rice and peas and patties for something a little different. Chilitos, a Jamexican (Jamaican – Mexican fusion) restaurant has been on my radar for some time, from personal recommendation, blog write ups and Kartel took one of the Teacha’s Pet  contestants there for a date (don’t judge me for watching :-/). I love both Jamaican and Mexican food and happily made the trek up Hope Road to get my nyam on.

Chilitos Jamexican restaurant kingston jamaica inside counter

Subway style counter at Chilitos Jamexican Restaurant Kingston Jamaica

Owned by a brother-sister duo of Jamaican and Mexican decent, Chilitos offers burritos, tacos, flautas, gorditas and more Mexican dishes with a Jamaican twist. I opted for 4 tacos — one beef, one grilled chicken and two jerk chicken.  As I inched down the taco assembly line, she piled on the cheese, lettuce, sour cream and fresh salsa. I grabbed an ice red stripe and went to work…YUM!

Beef, Grilled and Jerk Chicken Tacos with a red stripe to wash it down at Chilitos Jamexican in Kingston

Beef, Grilled and Jerk Chicken Tacos with a red stripe to wash it down at Chilitos Jamexican in Kingston

The Jerk chicken tacos were by far the best. There was just an extra kick of spiciness to really set it off. My friend opted for the Chicken fajita burrito. It was huge and reminded me of the monstrous burritos I would get from Chipole, but again the jerk chicken made it even better.

Chilitos Jamexican restaurant kingston jamaica fajita burrito

The HUGE Fajita burrito! Rice, beans, cooked veggies, jerk chicken…YUMMAY!

Good food is enough for me, but the venue is even pretty awesome. It looks like one of those places where all the cool kids hang. I really loved the wall of album covers and the over all ambiance and laid back vibes. The music selection was varied, but there was a prominent presence of Pitbull and other similar tunes getting some airtime.

Chilitos Jamexican restaurant kingston jamaica inside music wall

Wall of album covers at Chilitos, Kingston, Jamaica

Just a short taxi up from my apartment (or not too bad walk), I see a lot more visits to Chilitos in my immediate future for Margarita Monday and Taco Tuesday — YUM!


Chilit’os Jamexican Restaurant
64 Hope Road, Kingston 6
Telephone 876 – 978 – 0537

Business Hours:

Monday-Thursday 12pm-10 pm
Friday/Saturday 12pm-11pm
Closed on Sundays

What’s your favorite food fusion?


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  • Fernando says...

    Wow! I stumbled upon this page looking for something else. I just finished a couple of delicious quesadillas from the corner lady (near Mexico City); who has a puesto where she makes tacos, quesadillas, pambazos, gorditas and other delicacies to order.

  • Diana says...

    Ok, we going there when I come. I need this in my life. LOL!!!

  • Shelley T says...

    I think its so funny that you even know who Kartel is! :)

    • I don’t keep up with too many artists, but I know a little about the Gaza God.

  • Terri says...

    Jerk chicken tacos? I am thoroughly intrigued. :)

  • Jamaica My Way says...

    Looks awesome! I guess you’re one of the cool kids now? Thanks for the review, I now know what I’ve been missing.

    And ummmmm….I’m TOTALLY judging you about Teacha’s Pet LMAO! I could not make it past episode 2 with all the catfighting biatches LOLOL. So ghetto.

    • LOL Ghetto indeed. I was watching it for…um… research. Yes, research to help me with my move.

      And not one of the cool kids, but I’ll def hang at their spots. You must give it it a try when you return.

  • My wife is a huge Mexican food lover…wait till I tell her about this place…we will be booking a trip to Jamaica:)

    • Ah, a woman after my own heart! I’ve had some good Mexican, Indian and of course Jamaican and looking forward to check out a Thai spot around the corner from my apartment. So much good food!

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