Browse Our JamaFo Xpress Jamaican and Tropical-Inspired Menu

If you haven’t heard by now, we recently launched our first virtual restaurant concept, JamaFo Jamaican Food Xpress (JamaFo Xpress) in the San Fernando Valley.

We took this next step to bring our food not only to employees in corporate offices through our successful catering operation but also reach the wider public.

On April 29, 2019 we flicked on the kitchen lights on our virtual operation to much fanfare within the first few hours, and we are excited for what’s to come as we expand this concept to the wider LA area and even San Francisco in the short – mid term.

Creating JamaFo Xpress was not difficult due to our past experience with JamaFo Jamaican Food (catering) and having owned and operated a restaurant chain in NYC.

Creating JamaFo Xpress’ menu was even less tedious as we knew exactly what we wanted to go for; easy, light, and clean.

With many people in the Los Angeles area not being familiar with the flavor components of Jamaican food, we decided to stick with the basics like Jerk Chicken, Curry Chicken, Oxtail and a few vegan options.

We made it our duty to not only put together a menu that was attractive to the eyes but also healthy and rich with all the necessary components for a balanced meal, adding sides like Jamaica’s popular Coconut Rice & Peas along with Steamed Vegetables.

If you’re in the Valley or interested in checking out our offerings, you can do so on any of the following platforms, plus you can order for delivery or pickup.

Find us on:

UberEats

GrubHub

Postmates

DoorDash

You can also learn more about our JamaFo Xpress operations here and if you ever have any questions, please contact us here.

One Love and we hope to serve you some Food with Vibes very soon!

Author:
Dave-Anthony is the Director of Marketing for JamaFo Jamaican Food. He's Jamaican born and migrated to New York in 2011. He has since gained over 3 years of experience in the food industry as the Marketing & Locations Manager for a NYC restaurant chain and thinks LA is the best move he's ever made. His favorite Jamaican dish is Jamaican-style Fried Chicken with Coconut Rice & Peas accompanied by Island Slaw.