We've eaten here for years since we've come down here on our honeymoon. We love the cook and the server. The West Indian dishes are to die for! I like the curry chicken & the mahi with creole sauce. It's a hidden gem for sure....More
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This charming restaurant offers full service: great food and fantastic experience! We got scrumptious food and the servers made sure that we were always taken care of, whether it was water, a napkin, or offering us if need anything to make our experience better... Could...More
The wife and I always come here and we are always happy with our meals. Yes it is empty most of the time but if you are looking for a meal with some Caribbean flavor then this is a good place.
We asked the lady at the information desk at the NPS visitor center where to go for dinner. At first she hesitated but when we asked her where SHE would go, she finally suggested SoGo's. Accoring to her "everybody goes to De Coal Pot but...More
We wanted to try some local food and after reading the reviews on Sogo's we went for dinner one night. We called ahead at 7:30 as the place closes at 8PM - but the woman was really nice and assured us she would be there...More
My family and I have been visiting Sogo for the last 20 years every time we come to St. John. It is a small, family run restaurant serving local food, but also has burgers for picky kids. They have a vegetarian plate as well. I...More
We always stop here. Lovely owner and tasty veggie platter which is what I always get. Plantains, breadfruit, fungi, Caribbean sweet potato...whatever's handy. Good sized drinks too!
Unpretentious place with reasonable prices, friendly service, and homemade local dishes. Not fancy, but filling and authentic.
Being tired from the beach, I ordered take-out chicken and fries for them to eat and then relax. The food disappeared immediately. I've also eaten Sogo's chicken and fries. It has a lot of flavor and is freshly cooked just before pick up.