Divine restaurant is a family-run business situated on Soho Road, in the Handsworth area of Birmingham. They are proud of their authentic cooking style, which originated in the heart of Africa. Popular dishes include joll of rice,
“Aunty D” who is a master in the kitchen. Living in Jamaica for 5 years and being apart of the Jamaican National Surf Team, gave Sharea an in depth experience of Caribbean food and culture. Being so exposed to the many flavours Jamaica had to offer, Sharea built up an understanding of Caribbean cuisine. Back home in the UK she has teamed up with her travel partner and fellow lover of Jamaican food and culture Duda, to create an environment friendly to all ages in a fun creative location, providing Caribbean food that’s easy and innovative.
Cuban cooking is one of the most diverse cuisines found in the world, influences include Spanish, African, Chinese and Portuguese cultures. There are two very distinctive styles of cooking: “the classic” method whose techniques and ingredients have been in use for centuries across the island, and “the new”, more commonly known as ‘Nuevo Cubano’, which uses a variety of fresh herbs and spices from other worldly cuisines.