Oy’nissh: millennial jamaican name, food, and language


Tranent, Scotland

Beetroot Kiuesas

A spring vegan treat filled with natural goodness.


Brussels Sprout Kiuesas

Eating vegan, eating seasonal, eating healthy.


Smoked Parsnip Pot’nissh

A smoked spring parsnip and chicken soup to keep you warm.


Smoked Carrot Pot’nissh

A spring carrot and chicken soup puree. Most delicious.


About Us

It is the international home for the newly created Jamaican Oy’nissh food. This new cuisine focuses on seasonal condiments that have one fruit or vegetable on health promotion. When used on any food products, they have the ability to bring such into the season of the locality or region. Operating from Tranent, its purpose is to serve freshly and healthy homemade food to the community to help residence through this current pandemic crisis. This is done by offering food for families but also custom made children and teenager meals. Order yours today.


Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language

Evolved from the food, it takes on a life of its own. This constructed language uses Veeliksa characters designed for the food development and on this page are two examples. Downloadable products from the language will be made available soon.

“Have you ever thought what it would be like to change your bread each season? This is Oy’nissh.”

Oy’Nissh Sundays

Order a week in advance and get your Sunday meal delivered custom made for you and your family.

“ Vel'nissh! Welcome "

“ I am Oy'Nissh"

“Blássh blóssh"

Spring In-out-ty


Monday: 10am – 6:00pm
Tuesday: 10am – 6:00pm
Wednesday: 10am-6:00pm
Thursday: 10am – 6:00pm
Friday: 9am – 1:00pm

Saturday: close
Sunday: 10pm – 9pm




49 Steading View

Tranent, EH33 2AQ