Slideshow: Miss Lily's: Serious Jamaican Food From A Serious Chef

Grilled Corn
Grilled Corn
A clever and incredibly successful spin on Mexican street corn, the sweet corn is grilled until charred, slathered in garlicky mayonnaise, and covered in toasted coconut shards. It's not the first place in the city to serve it (Num Pang has it too), but it's the best.
Smoked Mackerel Salad ($11)
Smoked Mackerel Salad ($11)
More of a "salad with smoked mackerel" than a "smoked mackerel salad," but delicious nonetheless. The mackeral is chunky and moist, well-complemented by the pickled red onions, and the greens are dressed sparingly (that is, just well enough).
Glazed Ribs
Glazed Ribs
First cooked in a low-temperature C-vap oven then finished with a sweet, sticky glaze over their raging hot grill, they're tender without being fatty or fall-off-the-bone melted (that is, they're perfectly cooked),
Carnage
Carnage
Sharing is the best way to go.
Hellshire Style Fried Whole Fish ($23)
Hellshire Style Fried Whole Fish ($23)
Moist meaty flesh with thin crisp skin, the deep fried whole red snapper is exactly how I always hope fried fish in the Caribbean will be (but never quite is).
Curry Goat ($22)
Curry Goat ($22)
Awesome sweet rice cooked with panela (raw sugar) and a meaty, spicy stew of goat, potatoes, and carrots. The tender goat comes on the bone, so be ready to use your fingers (you'll want to lick them afterwards). We just wish there was a little more goat to go around.