Nakisaki

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Tropical tastes In a dining room seemingly transported from a Caribbean resort, you'll find depth and piquancy in both the Jamaican jerk chicken and pork. Curried goat is mellow, served with rice and peas. You'll also find a full contingent of Chinese classics. Cool the fire in your mouth with a colorful daiquiri. --Joan Reminick

Jerk chicken is arranged for a photo at
(Credit: Photo by Jin Lee)

Jerk chicken is arranged for a photo at Nakisaki, a Jamaican Chinese restaurant in Hempstead. (Jan. 8, 2012)

Tropical Daiquiris are served at Nakisaki, a Jamaican
(Credit: Jin Lee)

Tropical Daiquiris are served at Nakisaki, a Jamaican Chinese restaurant in Hempstead. (Jan. 8, 2012)

Patrons dine at Nakisaki, a Jamaican Chinese restaurant
(Credit: Photo by Jin Lee)

Patrons dine at Nakisaki, a Jamaican Chinese restaurant in Hempstead. (Jan. 8, 2012)

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Porgy in black bean sauce is served at
(Credit: Photo by Jin Lee)

Porgy in black bean sauce is served at Nakisaki, a Jamaican Chinese restaurant in Hempstead. (Jan. 8, 2012)

Salmon with ginger sauce is served at Nakisaki,
(Credit: Photo by Jin Lee)

Salmon with ginger sauce is served at Nakisaki, a Jamaican Chinese restaurant in Hempstead. (Jan. 8, 2012)

Patrons dine at Nakisaki, Jamaican Chinese restaurant in
(Credit: Photo by Jin Lee)

Patrons dine at Nakisaki, Jamaican Chinese restaurant in Hempstead. (Jan. 8, 2012)

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