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A wealth of exotic options


National dish ackee and saltfish, pumpkin soup, bammy, festival and the catch of the day, baked plantain, home-made ice cream or coconut pie for dessert, Red Stripe and Appleton rum - Jamaican food is a joy to try.  Or just ask Myrtle for your favourite dishes.



A visit to the main Port Antonio market with Myrtle on a Friday or Saturday can provide an insiders’ look into daily Jamaican life.

For a taste of Europe, our neighbour Vera from Belgium makes delicious pastries, cheesecakes and croissants. Ask us before 6pm for delivery the next day so we can call in time.

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Dining out in Port Antonio
Options include:
• Woody's, a charming spot in nearby Drapers, for hamburgers, veggie burgers, excellent home-made ginger beer made from a secret recipe, and other casual fare​; call ahead
• Jamaican favourites at Soldier Camp and Wilks.
• Asian fusion at GeeJam resort’s Bushbar (reservations required)
• Upscale dining at the Trident Hotel, including a Saturday jazz supper club (reservations requested)
•  Jamaican and Continental cuisine along with a rousing, participatory Saturday evening history-of-Jamaican dance presentation at Great Huts hotel on Boston Bay
 • Fresh organic local ingredients and nouvelle Jamaican cuisine at Hotel Mockingbird Hill’s Mille Fleurs restaurant (reservations requested)
 • Laid-back Italian lunch staples at The Italian Job
 • ...and casual poolside lunch at the Errol Flynn Marina in Port Antonio, followed by a delicious Devon House ice cream on the harborside marina promenade.