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Jamaica Best Restaurants

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Top Restaurants in Jamaica

Restaurants Jamaica – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Jamaica. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!

Whether a sushi restaurant in Jamaica, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Jamaica are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotter and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Kingston Town where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Montego Bay with the x-factor!

The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Kingston Town with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Montego Bay where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!

But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Jamaica you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!

Evitas

Style: Italian Fusion Fare in a Gingerbread House

EvitasEvitas Restaurant in Ocho Rios offers surprisingly great Italian fare infused with Jamaican flavours.

Situated in a gingerbread house that sits on a hill, the vibrant eatery has a great vista of the city skyline and the coast from their outdoor garden terrace. The interior is very colourful and energetic.

It is no wonder that celebrities like Keith Richards, Brad Pitt, the Rolling Stones, Sir Anthony Hopkins (as shown on their wall of fame) and many more are patrons.
Exciting dishes like jerk pasta, rastafari lasagna, and herbed lamb (mint) make up the menu. Their bar also offers Italian wines and refreshing cocktails that pack quite a Jamaican punch.

Evitas is open daily from 11am until 11pm.

 

Address: Eden Bower Rd., Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Area: Ocho Rios
Phone: +1876 974 2333
Website: http://www.evitasjamaica.com/

Price: JM$1,050 – JM$2,000 main course

Norma’s on the Terrace

Style: Nouvelle Jamaican Cuisine at Devon House

Norma's on the TerraceNorma’s on the Terrace at the historic Devon House is one of many restaurants owned by Caribbean culinary celebrity Norma Shirley. The laid back eatery is situated at the lovely terrace of a 19th century Georgian style English estate overlooking the landscaped gardens that makes for a very relaxing ambiance. Their food offerings are comprised of wonderful fusion of Jamaican, Caribbean and Asian flavours that result to mouthwatering dishes.

The menu changes as often as the season but they always have plenty of seafood and meat options. Their desserts are said to be fantastic too so try to leave some space for after your scrumptious main course.

Norma’s on the Terrace is open from Mondays thru Saturdays 11am until 10pm.

Address: 26 Hope Rd, Devon House, Kingston Town, Jamaica
Area: Kingston Town
Phone: +1876 968 5488
Website: http://www.devonhousejamaica.com/

Price: JM$1,300 – JM$3,500 main course

Pork Pit

Style: Laid-back Traditional Jamaican Jerk Meats

Pork PitThe Pork Pit near Fletcher beach in Montego Bay is a down to earth fast food style barbecue joint that offers fall off the bone succulent grilled meats.

The bustling eatery is almost always jam packed with hungry beach goers who deserted their beach towels to enjoy a hearty grilled lunch and many tourists munching on jerk pulled pork or spicy jerk chicken in the evening. Non meat eaters need not fret because they also have grilled seafood. Side options include salads, fries, baked yam, corn on the cob, or baked potato. They also offer soda and local beer for drinks as well as combo set meals. There are several tables indoors by the counter and the building is also surrounded by picnic tables.

The Pork Pit is open daily from 11am until 11pm.

 

Address: 27 Gloucester Ave, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Area: Montego Bay
Phone: +1867 952 3663

Redbones the Blues Cafe

Style: Fine Dining With a Touch of Jazz

Redbones the Blues CafeRedbones Blues Café and Bar in Kingston presents guests with a truly unique and upbeat dining experience. Owner Evan Williams, an architect, built the café in 1996 with art and music lovers in mind with the idea of having a supper club.

Today, the stylish restaurant is the town’s hotspot for all kinds of artists with nonstop cultural events like poetry readings, exhibits, art auctions, mini concerts, and even Saturday movie night features.

The food offerings here are just as artistic and truly innovative. Common Jamaican ingredients are prepared in a remarkably modern way to create delightful palatable surprises. Make sure to try their signature “bammy” dish made from cassava topped with sautéed shrimp.

Redbones Blues Café is open for lunch and dinner on weekdays from noon until 11pm and dinner only on Saturdays from 6pm – 11pm.

Address: 1 Argyle Road, Kingston Town, Jamaica
Area: Kingston Town
Phone: +1876 978 6091
Website: http://www.redbonesbluescafe.com/

Price: JM$1,200 – JM$2,800 main course

Richmond Hill Inn

Style: Fine Dining at a Gorgeous Hilltop Terrace

Richmond Hill InnRichmond Hill Inn is a charming plantation style home that was built back in the 1800’s for the Dewar family, owners of the Scottish Dewar Whiskey makers.

Its rich history shows in the surprisingly well maintained architecture and antique decorations making it a must visit place for locals and tourists alike. The hotel boasts of luxurious old age rooms with modern amenities and a fabulous terrace restaurant by the pool that has incredible panoramic sights of the city and the bay.

The kitchen serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily from 7:30am until 9pm. Food offerings are comprised of International and local fare. Specialties include exquisite tea time pastries and desserts in the afternoon and succulent lobsters and steaks in the evenings.

Address: Richmond Hill Inn, Union Street, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Area: Montego Bay
Phone: +1876 952 3859
Website: http://www.richmond-hill-inn.com/

Price: JM$880 – JM$2,000 lunch platters & salads; JM$1,200 – JM$2,600 main course

Strawberry Hill

Style: Fine Dining With Amazing Mountain Top View

Strawberry HillStrawberry Hill in Newcastle, near Kingston, is an upscale mountain top resort that is one of the most visited tourist spots in the area. One of the many reasons that locals and tourists come here is because of their world class restaurant that has multiple indoor dining areas and the loveliest outdoor seating that has a spectacular vista of the city below. The gold room, bamboo room, library veranda, and jade vine terrace are all gracefully decorated. The bar has a cozy fireplace, a big piano and the walls are adorned with photos of previous celebrity guests like Mick Jagger, Bob Marley, Bono, Sting, and many others.
The menu changes every few days and offers contemporary Jamaican fare made from the freshest seasonal ingredients. Sundays are doubly special with a lavish buffet brunch.
Strawberry Hill Restaurant is open daily from 8am until 10pm. Making a reservation is recommended.

Address: Strawberry Hill Resort, New Castle Rd., Irishtown, Jamaica
Area: Newcastle
Phone: +1876 944 8400
Website: http://www.islandoutpost.com/strawberry_hill/dining/

Price: JM$880 – JM$2,800 main course

The Houseboat Grill

Style: Dinner and Drinks by Montego Bay

The Houseboat Grill

The Houseboat Grill offers guests a one of a kind dining experience on a converted 1970’s wooden houseboat floating on Bouge Lagoon by the Montego Bay Freeport. Visitors are ushered onto a floating platform that serves as a bridge to get onto the restaurant where they can choose to be seated inside the dining area by the water.  Best come before the sundown to witness the astounding view as the sun sets behind the mountains.

The eclectic Boathouse Grill menu offers International fare with a touch of Jamaican flavours. If dining during lobster season, guests can pick which crustacean they would like from the glass tank. Pre-dinner or after dinner drinks may also be enjoyed at the moon deck bar on the second level of the houseboat.

The restaurant is open for dinner daily from 6pm – 11pm but the bar opens earlier at 4pm and closes until the last guest leaves. Happy hour offers 2 drinks for the price of one for local brands starting at 5pm until 7pm.

Address: Southern Cross Blvd, Montego Bay Freeport, Jamaica
Area: Montego Bay
Phone: +1876 979 8845
Website: http://thehouseboatgrill.com/

Price: JM$880 – JM$2,600 main course