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2-FOR-1 deal on Caribbean meals.

WHY not treat yourself to a taste of the Caribbean this winter at Birmingham's authentic Jamaican restaurant Xaymaca Experience?

The Birmingham Mail has teamed up with the restaurant to offer every reader a little sunshine during the dark and dreary months with a fantastic two-for-one meal deal offer.

Xaymaca Experience (Xaymaca is the original Spanish name for Jamaica and is pronounced A-My-Ca) on Bristol Street is the city's best known Caribbean restaurant and is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.

It offers every guest a unique taste of the Carib-bean with authentic dishes and a lively atmosphere all culminating in a true Jamaican experience.

Caribbean cuisine is the original fusion food - a fascinating combination of culinary traditions from around the globe. British, Middle Eastern, Spanish, Africa, Indian and Chinese cooking all combine to offer a taste sensation.

Xaymaca is offering every reader the opportunity to enjoy two delicious Caribbean meals for the price of one.

Choose from an authentic menu including jerk chicken, palmtree prawns, curry goat, island sea bass and Jamaica's national dish Ackee and Saltfish.

If you're looking to book a Christmas party with a twist or just fancy authentic Caribbean food and a lively atmosphere then look no further than Xaymaca.

For more details visit www.xaymaca.co.uk

To book your table call 0121 622 3332 or pop in to the restaurant at 34 Bristol St, Birmingham.

Quote 'Birmingham Mail' when booking your table and take the voucher with you on the night.
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