Not the greatest location ever and it is a little hole in the wall. Inside is relatively clean though. Who cares? This place is about the food, not the ambience. I should note the proprietor is very patient and friendly. Absolutely no complaints about that. (Funny thing, I overheard her talking to other customers, she doesn't eat spicy, she just makes spicy. Hmmm...)
We had dinner there, with the goat curry roti and jerk chicken. Before the meal, we got some each a salad as well. Nothing special about the salad, but decent enough. Just the right size.
So, the jerk chicken was pretty juicy, tender, tasty and ... spicy. It came with 1 drumstick and the other big half of the thigh. Won't satisfy the carnivores, but it is what we expected for a meal set. The rice was actually nicely done, no complaints there. Also came with a small piece of her home-made bun, which was very good.
The goat roti, well, yes, it is wrapped in what looks like a tortilla. A big tortilla. It was also huge. Did I mention it was big? Inside was filled with ... surprise, some chickpeas, some potatoes, but mostly a lot of goat meat (with bones of course). Quite tasty here, regardless if it is authentic or not. We couldn't finish it, so we packed half of it home.
Not sure about the complaints about size, we have no complaints here, you will be more than full. However, cheap eats it is not. With 2 fruit punch during dinner (admittedly very good and packed with real fruit), the total bill came to ~$50 for the 2 of us after tax and tips, which is pretty rich by Vancouver standards!
We're not Jamaican food experts, but have made the rounds in GVRD ... still looking for the WOW, which we haven't found yet, but this might be the fix for you if you're in the area and need a good Jamaican hit.
However, for the money, I'm betting you can find better value elsewhere.