Restaurants

Top Choice Vegetarian in Kingston

Mi Hungry

Mi Hungry serves up 'sun cooked' I-tal food that you wouldn't believe. Their 'pleaza' comes with a base of seeds and grains, topped with sun-dried tomatoes and crunchy veg (we recommend ackee with a few chilies) and…
Top Choice Jerk in Kingston

Andy’s

If you’re after the best authentically prepared jerk chicken and pork in Kingston, then Andy’s is well worth the travel. This nondescript corner stop gets particularly busy in the evenings, when locals line up for t…
Top Choice Jerk in Kingston

Sweetwood Jerk

Our favorite New Kingston jerk joint, this place is popular with Uptown office workers and gets particularly busy once they knock off. Spicy, meaty offerings can be enjoyed in the outdoor sitting area facing Emancip…
Top Choice Bakery in Kingston

Devon House Bakery

Those in the know swear by patties served up in this small bakery located at Devon House. We're inclined to agree that they're some of the best in Jamaica (albeit at a slightly premium price). Lobster patty, anyone?…
Top Choice Jamaican in Kingston

Moby Dick

Don’t let the plastic tablecloths fool you, this unassuming hangout has been popular with besuited lawyers and judges for nearly a century. The curried goat (J$1100) is outstanding, as is the conch version (J$1700) …
Jamaican in Kingston

Triple T's

An open-sided garden restaurant with trees growing through the dining room and funky art hanging everywhere, Triple T's is a great relaxed place for generous servings of traditional Jamaican dishes, both delicious a…
Cafe in Kingston

Swiss Stores

Pasta, pepperpot soup, sandwiches, roti wraps and a glass of wine inside a welcome bubble of air-con – what more could you ask of a jewelry store! The setting seems incongruous, but Swiss Stores is an essential down…
Fusion in Kingston

Red Bones Blues Café

This restaurant, bar and live-music venue has long been a beehive of cultural and culinary activity. Inside, the walls are beguilingly bedecked with photographs of jazz and blues legends. The menu offers Jamaican tw…
Jamaican in Kingston

Boon Hall Oasis

If you've got wheels, the Sunday brunch at this lovely spot near Stony Hill is worth the drive. A footpath leads down through curtains of vines and flowers to a true oasis by a trickling stream. Help yourself to a b…
Greek in Kingston

Opa

Jamaica's only Greek restaurant, this is the place to go if you're craving good lamb, sharp feta and fresh seafood. The Greek classics hold true, but other things get an inventive twist, such as the lamb burger that…