Before he went to culinary school, chef Rawlston Williams studied theology, which might explain his restaurant’s name and its motto, inscribed on both the counter and the takeout menu: “We believe in you!” With only nine counter stools facing the street, the space is mostly open kitchen — gleaming tile, electric induction burners, the wall hung with a sizable spice rack and knives for every purpose. The dishes that issue forth are Williams’s idea of Caribbean cuisine, which is to say a hybridized, fusion, nigh healthful version, where one night’s whole-branzino special can co-exist with curry chicken with red beans and rice. If the place has a signature dish, it’s the Island Bowl: a mix-and-match assortment of protein, starch, and sauce. The lamb-shank option protrudes almost comically from its deep white vessel. Pair it with chickpeas and rice and a creamy coconut-ginger sauce tinged with lemongrass. To wash it down, there’s good sorrel and better mauby. These drinks aren’t exactly novel for the neighborhood, but serving them in Mason-jar mugs might be.