Razor B to open Kingston restaurant


Razor B to open Kingston restaurant

Monday, August 13, 2018

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RAZOR B is set to open a restaurant in the Corporate Area in early October.

The entity named Cassup's Kitchen will be located at Dunrobin Avenue in St Andrew and will offer dine-in and takeout options.

“Our focus is 100 per cent on making sure people get great food, great service, at a decent price. It is a casual place to go for good, authentic Jamaican food. Full of flavour, nothing watered down or catered to a muted palette,” said Razor B. “We will have a full menu featuring all of the favourites as well a nice fusion of Indian style dishes including roti, pastas and nightly specials.”

A trained chef, Razor B operates a catering business in Canada.

The artiste was still revelling in his recent performance at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission-promoted World Reggae Dance Championship at the National Arena in St Andrew recently.

“It was great experience. The music that I have been doing has always catered to dancers from day one. My objective has always been to get people out of their seats and moving. It's amazing to see these young people worldwide, enjoying and dancing to our dancehall music,” he said. “Anyone who has been to any of my performances knows that I am all about interaction with my audience. I am never just up on a stage performing. My goal is to always engage and entertain the audience.”

He is currently promoting the single Hula, which was produced by Trigga Happy from Germany.

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