This cheerful restaurant serves well-made Jamaican and continental fare. The service is great and reservations highly recommended.
Excellent I-tal food served from a nondescript container near Devon House I-Scream. Try the June plum juice (J$150), the ackee or the tasty vegetable stew.
Good thin-and-crispy pizzas with numerous toppings. Next to Shell gas station.
Main-street jerk joint serving better jerk chicken than pork.
At this economical rooftop haunt, Jamaican fare – primarily chicken and fish – competes for attention alongside the freely flowing overproof rum. There’s music most nights.
Locals head for this informal seafood restaurant on Fisherman's Beach for steamed and fried fish, conch (curried, soup or fritters) and nonfishy standards.