Thirty minutes from Kingston, on the windward side of the island's highest mountain, you will find this restaurant hidden in the hills and trees. The menu features West Indian and international cuisine. The architecture, gardens and a spectacular view make this place unique. The decorations are tropical and the area is curtained by towering green mountains. Visitors who challenge these winding mountain roads will find fine, gourmet dining in a romantic atmosphere.
I Scream is an ice cream shop located in the historic Devon House in the heart of Kingston. This frozen dessert shop offers 27 flavors including exotic local fruit flavored ice cream such as coconut and guava. Adventurous ice cream connoisseurs should try the Devon Stout Ice Cream. Customers can enjoy their ice cream in the comfort of the air-conditioned shop where music plays, or sit out in the courtyard or on the veranda.
This upscale deli, located adjacent to the Sovereign Center Supermarket, lives up to its motto—"home style cooking with fast food service." They serve a variety of local and international meals. The cozy eatery, located in the food court, serves a wide variety of tasty meat dishes. These include peppered shrimp and jerk pork.Miss Thanksgiving back on the mainland? No need, there is always a Thanksgiving special of turkey stuffed with potatoes and nuts with cranberry sauce. There is also a section dedicated exclusively to dessert; a fitting end to a sumptuous meal.
Susie's Bakery, nestled at the far end of one of Constant Spring's central plazas, is cleverly tucked out of the hustle and bustle while still being in the heart of the plaza. It is perfect for a quick coffee break, complete breakfast, lunch, or light supper. Suzie's offers great tasting Middle Eastern food like pita wraps, sandwiches, quiches, and freshly baked breads. A popular favorite is her well-crafted assortment of cakes, pastries, and desserts that are pre-made and made to order. The service is utterly commendable. Both the indoor and outdoor seating areas are clean and quaint. The diners are so pleased that the somewhat limited indoor space is hardly a noted problem.
While holidaying in this part of the island nation, head to Fromage Gourmet Market to experience a slice of quintessential Parisian-style dining that takes you back to the quaint streets of the French capital. The gourmet foods market is also home to a cozy bistro that serves up toothsome European light bites. Stop in for an early morning breakfast of Greek-style omelets, flavor-packed paninis, mellow pancakes and wholesome wraps. For shoppers, the bazaar stocks up an exhaustive collection of gourmet cheeses, wines and organic picks.
Tea Tree Creperie brings the finesse and flavors of French cuisine to Kingston. Its simplistic interiors coupled with its warm atmosphere makes this one of the best spots for a laid back meal with friends and family. Specialists in the classic French crepes, this is one of the few places where you can expect to have an authentic French meal. Largely popular for its eclectic breakfast and coffee menu, there's plenty to be savored at this restaurant. Do try the signature Poached Salmon, Brie & Pesto and Smoked Marlin crepes, and complement it with a good old fashioned glass of wine.
Situated on the campus of the University of Technology, this restaurant is run by the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management. Its chefs, waiters, waitresses are all students and are thus inclined to extra effort.It's a delight to dine on the balcony for views of the Sculpture Park with its magnificent works by some of the Caribbean's best. The decor consists of lots of wood and plants to give an outdoors feel. The food is varied although at times dessert choices are limited. The drink of the day is always some fruit drink from a local fruit such as melon or cucumber.
Bob’s Café can only refer to one person—Bob Marley! The café’ is housed inside the Bob Marley Museum. The menu serves up traditional jerk cuisine with interesting names such as Rasta Pasta and the Ital Irie Stew made from spicy beans and vegetables—said to be one of Marley's favorite dishes. The interior of the café has memorabilia decorating the walls including his platinum discs. Diners are further treated to a souvenir shop where purchases of tee shirts, posters and CDs can be purchased. For reggae and cultural fans, this is a must! - Nadia Ali
Situated in the heart of Kingston, OPA Greek Restaurant celebrates the rich and authentic flavors of Mediterranean cuisine. The resto-lounge features a lively, convivial setting to relish those savory and well-spiced lamb shanks, chicken skewers, wholesome pies and other traditional Greek specialties. Wash down those hearty picks with OPA's signature Greek libations like the Ouzo and Metaxa, apart from an interesting list of Mediterranean beers on offer.