22 Jerk Plus offers amazing jerk and is slowly becoming one of Kingston’s favourite chillspots. Enjoy delicious local dishes in this cozy, homely environment.
Restaurants/ Local (Cook Food)
Serving up classic home-style meal options, 876 Good Eats also serves up Chinese cuisine classics and natural juices taking pride in its’ home-made’ approach to food and drink.
Over 30 years in business, Alfred's Ocean Palace is well-known for its rustic affordable guest accommodations, authentic Jamaican cuisine and live reggae shows. A beautiful view of the beach is complimentary with your meal.
Found in downtown Kingston, this Church Street restaurant offers both take-out and catering services, providing customers with authentic Jamaican food.
Bamboo Blu in Jamaica is the hidden jewel of Ocho Rios, located in Mammee Bay Estate, Mammee Bay, St. Ann along the beautiful Caribbean Sea amid swaying palms trees and warm sunny breezes.
Benji's is at the head of Roaring River, 45 minutes from Negril. It includes the Misty Mountain Hop and Coconut palms. Visitors can also swim there, take short hikes and enjoy ital dishes, ackee, salt fish, custard apple, and other fruits.
Bikkle’s serves home-style, authentic Jamaican food in every bite. They also offer locally-made juices to compliment your meal and you can choose from a variety of cakes if you crave something sweet with your meal.
Newly expanded, in addition to cafe-treats, Biters now offers Jamaican jerked, fried boiled and seafood dishes and beverages of your choice at good prices. Visit their Facebook page to check out their latest updated menu.
Quiet and rustic, with the trickling sound of the Wag Water River in the background, or next to your table, Boone Hall Oasis is a wonderful respite from Kingston's bustle. Opening Hours: Thur-Sat noon to 5 p.m Sunday Brunch - 10.30 a.m. -3 p.m.
Broken Plate has a menu comprised of creative plates, designed to engage all of your senses, masterfully curated with a progressive culinary perspective.