Caribbean cuisine served tapas style is the concept at Sunny Spot, Roy Choi’s latest addition to his arsenal of soulful restaurants. Here Choi, who revolutionized the food truck movement with his Kogi trucks and Korean-fusion tacos, has gone in a different direction and created dishes bursting with flavors from Jamaica and the Philippines (with the occasional Korean influence).
On the menu at Sunny Spot, you’ll find island specialties such as jerk chicken, brown sugar short ribs and mofongo (mashed plantains with smoky bacon bits), a traditional Dominican and Puerto Rican dish.
At night, the atmosphere at Sunny Spot is a party scene buzzing with a high volume of noise and people. Daytime is completely different: the sunlight streams in through the windows showing off the blue-washed walls and floral seat coverings. Catch an island breeze and dine al fresco on the bright and airy patio. An indoor, more formal, dining…
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