Where To Eat

Published on January 31st, 2018 | by asiedu3

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Real Jamaican Food, Finger licking good

Deli Works 

106 Hope Rd, Kingston, Jamaica  +1 876 927 4706

Serving up great, wholesome food and in a calm, relaxing ambiance, Deli Works  produces dishes that satisfy its diners and deliver big, mouth-watering flavors. Try the delectable gourmet chicken filet burger with crispy, golden fries on the side and a fresh salad. Alternatively, sample the steak cheese sub, complete with onions, peppers, mushrooms and hot pepper jack. Other traditional Jamaican fare includes ackee and saltfish, escovitched snapper and sweet fried plantain just to name a few.

Boone Hall Oasis

Boone Hall Oasis, Kingston, Jamaica  +1 876 942 3064

Located in Stony Hill, St. Andrew, surrounded by lush green grass and the tranquil Wag Water river,  Boone Hall Oasis serves as a functions venue, a garden center and a restaurant all-in-one. Known for its ‘Sunday brunch by the river,’ the eatery serves up hot, delectable Jamaican food including succulent curried goat, soft sweet plantain, fresh salads and soups. Winner of the Jamaica Observer Food Award’s  Best Sunday Spot,  it is a must if you are travelling to the capital to come and check it out.

Patrice’s Restaurant

Temple Lane, Kingston, Jamaica

An inconspicuous, modest eatery in Jamaica’s capital, but one that is definitely worth visiting, Patrice’s Restaurant serves its guests satisfying, plentiful portions that will not disappoint. Producing delectable specials and dishes including tender curry goat and stewed options of chicken or fish served with pumpkin rice, salad or filling cornmeal dumplings, this restaurant’s delicacies will make your mouth water. Other delicious options include marinated, spicy jerk chicken or brown fish stew – the latter is well known and should definitely be sampled, just come down to our place and make your order.

Hot Pot

Altamont Crescent, Kingston, Jamaica  +1 876 929 3906

A breakfast and brunch buffet restaurant that has served up hearty food for over 35 years, Hot Pot restaurant produces exotic, flavorsome, spicy fare. Sample the real Jamaican jerk chicken or pork, served with wholesome yam, rice and peas and soft banana. Or try the steamed fish tails served with turn cornmeal for a seafood alternative. With a relaxed atmosphere, this casual haunt is the perfect place to have a mid-morning or lunchtime dish.

So So Seafood Bar & Grill

4 Chelsea Avenue, Kingston, Jamaica  +1 876 968 2397

Serving up some delicious dishes, including fresh fish, 15 different shrimp options and delectable crab,So so Seafood Bar & Grill is a perfect choice if you are looking to sample authentic seafood. With clever seafood twists such as their fish burger with cheese, and other more traditional options including savory salt fish fritters (small morsels of salt fish rounded into edible sizes), this restaurant satisfies its diners in more ways than one. Relax at the sleek bar and enjoy some refreshing cocktails including The Phoenix special and the Campari Grapefruit. With a live DJ every Friday and classic reggae sounds playing in the bar, this eatery is a must-visit.

 


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