Some people swear by the spicy Jamaican kick competing with velvety, richness of her world-famous jerk chicken pasta. Others testify that it’s the creamy yet zesty goodness of her seafood macaroni and cheese. Or maybe it’s the Cuban comfort of her signature arroz con pollo or even the soul she puts in her sautéed shrimp and yellow rice or lemon pepper wings that keeps the patrons coming back for more. They cannot seem to get enough of it. With her own variations of too many mouthwatering dishes to choose from, South Florida’s own Chef Ena has become just as popular as the celebrities she serves.