Just back from dinner at Sans Souci. I had island stew chicken (brown stew chicken) and my friend (of Jamaican origins) had curried goat; each entree came with sauteed cabbage, a large mound of rice and peas (kidney beans) and sweet plantains. We both thought the food was very good and would go back again. Service was friendly and they did their best, and the decor is basic but pleasant. My only real complaint was that we ate in the back and there was a very strong odor of air freshener, like the kind that automatically dispenses into a room every few minutes. That was awful, not something you want to smell in a restaurant. Frankly, I thought the front of the house didn't smell too great either, and the music was a bit loud. But the chef, Basil Jones, came out to greet us and introduce himself and that was a welcome (and appropriate) touch. Will definitely try it again, and do recommend it.