Miss Ollie's

Row 1

901 Washington St (9th Street)
Oakland, CA 94607
(415) 260-4545
$ $
Tue–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–2:00 PM Sat: Noon–10:30 PM

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  • Fried plantains in garlic oil!!!
  • Yum! So glad I found this place! Definitely will come back to try the meat pies. The fried chicken is a definite try, so juicy & succulent
  • Get. The. Fried. Chicken.
  • Chef Sarah rocks! Fried chicken. Best in the East Bay. Maybe the whole bay. Come in and try for yourself. Won't disappoint... LLCM, pretty folks say hi to Chris in the kitchen. He is the man!
  • 4-5:30 $3 rum punch, $2 red stripe, $4 champagne cocktails. Complimentary food. Wait, you're still reading?
  • Roast pork special was good too. Sold on Wednesdays.
  • The Mac n cheese is hella good. So was the roast pork. I tried to stop eating the Mac n cheese but I couldn't stop and now I have a food chee-Oma from it.
  • I finally had the fried chicken special. I can die happy now.
  • Whatever you order, make sure to get the doughnuts.
  • Best fried chicken I've ever had - tender and crispy
  • Salt fish and ackee is great and so is the tropical salad.
  • Originally one of our favorite places in Oakland, the service has gone downhill. The fried chicken is way overpriced. Head next door to b-dama for your fried chicken fix.
  • Get the fried chicken skillet. The chicken is fantastic & comes with a pretty spicy hot sauce. Also greens and potato salad. The cornmeal fritters are also a sweet and delicious way to start your meal
  • Fried Chicken = yes
  • The fried chicken is crispy on the outside but it's also got a secret: skin stuffed with vinegar and herbs.
  • So far only had dessert here but the bread pudding and donuts are off the chains. Def coming back here for dinner.
  • Chef Sarah Kirnon creates with the flavors of Barbados: Phoularie, Jerk Shrimp, Salt Fish & Ackee, Creole doughnuts. Great drinks. Crowded every night.
  • Fried chicken and bread pudding a must. Super friendly service.
  • Satisfying Caribbean-California food at bargain prices. Try the baccala salad or the callaloo soup -- and don't skip dessert. The vibe is contemporary but unpretentious.
  • The fried chicken is to die for!