Hello, I'm Emma-Louise and I setup 63 Islands street food in April 2014. I am a self proclaimed foodie and this passion for food was the main drive for starting the business.
Over the next four year, 63 Islands travelled and catered at street food events, food festivals, weddings and corporate gigs with the key objectives to cook good quality street food and let people know there is more to Caribbean cooking than jerk chicken.
In September 2018 the business was put on hold as I was expecting my first child. Following the birth I decided to switch gears and concentrate on a staple product that had been with the business from day one... our homemade hot sauces. Scotch Bonnet and Mango was the sauce always available on the street food van. Homemade by myself, it complimented our island dishes and regularly received positive feedback from customers. So much so I sold a few bottles from the van.
In April 2019 '63 Islands' became '63's'
"No more street food, but a whole lot of hot sauce!"
Check back soon to find where you can try 63's hot sauce
Don't be shy, if you want to get involved and stock our hot sauce feel free to get in touch via our 'Contact' page.
63's - "Scotch Bonnet and Man... go get this sauce."