If you’re looking for the best flavors of the South and the Orient without having to travel to faraway lands, this is the place to be. Pouring their hearts and souls into this establishment is what they do, and it shows.
Walter (Walt) Johnson, founder, partner and inventive cook has a rich history of serving the stars and service members. Walt served in the Merchant Marines for seven years, cooked for the West Point crew and Sealift/Airlift Commander, the Sonics and the Commodores. He also owned the Creole Café in New Orleans and is a graduate of the Seafarers Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship. He learned to cook at an early age from his great grandmother but he is also quick to share the credit with his equally talented partners. One of his partners, known as “Best Jamaican Cook,” is touted as the best cook from here to Brooklyn. He brings unique and traditional Jamaican dishes to the mix. Walt’s other partner is in charge of delivery and purchasing.
(Walt’s secret recipe) not found anywhere else in Washington state
ingredients and no MSG.
It’s clear that this trio cares deeply for their neighbors by hiring neighborhood kids that need work. They donate to several local charities and are always looking for more ways to help out. Working closely with a neighboring church, they served over 170 free meals during the holidays to hungry families. Their philosophy of engaging the
neighborhood makes for a great community and a better life for all.
Green Coconut Tree
8813 Edgewater Dr. SW #102