Jamaica

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Caribbean
7 reviews
Part of Jake's Hotel in Treasure Beach, Jack Sprat is a casual waterfront eatery with its own private beach on Calabash Bay. — Travel + Leisure
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Caribbean
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The Strip’s obligatory jerk spot, and very good it is too. — Rough Guide
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Caribbean
5 reviews
A bit out of the way, but worth the effort if you’re after some excellent jerk cooking; pork, chicken, fish and seafood are served with festival, breadfruit, yam or sweet potato. — Rough Guide
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Caribbean
6 reviews
Moored in Bogue Bay at Montego Bay Freeport, this converted houseboat is one of the best restaurants in the country. — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
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Built on a submerged sandbar 1km out to sea, this thatch-roofedeatery on stilts provides Jamaica’s – and perhaps the planet’s – most enjoyable spot for a drink. — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
5 reviews
With tables laid out along a breezy pier and great views down the coastline, this is a pleasant, mid-priced spot for lunch or dinner. — Rough Guide
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Italian
4 reviews
Evita's commands a wonderful view of Ocho Rios and the sea from its outdoor verandah dining area. — Fodor's
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Asian
3 reviews
After a drive through a rolling landscape, you'll come across this restaurant near the ruin of what used to be a water wheel for a sugar plantation. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
4 reviews
At this open-air restaurant, you can get the best jerk dishes along this part of the coast. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
4 reviews
Wonderful hotel restaurant serving consistently mouthwatering food for breakfast (try the corn pancakes with goat's cheese, or great omelets), lunch and dinner. — DK Eyewitness
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Caribbean
5 reviews
Previously featured on The Amazing Race, the 3 Dives jerk stand is named for the surrounding limestone cliffs, which provide great diving spots as well as stunning views of the sea. — Travel + Leisure
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Caribbean
5 reviews
One of Negril’s finest restaurants, romantically set on a boardwalk right over the sea. — Rough Guide
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Can't beat sitting on Nazz's unintentionally romantic streetside patio with a pot of piping hot Blue Mountain coffee and a piece of fruitcake watching the life of this historic city go cruising past. — Lonely Planet
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The white clapboard dining room with colonial chairs and gabled verandah is probably the prettiest in Jamaica. — BlackBook
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Caribbean
3 reviews
A new upscale restaurant and bar in prime spot over Joseph’s Cave, serving straightforward but high-quality Jamaican food. — Rough Guide
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American
3 reviews
A great romantic spot, this elegant hillside restaurant in a plant-wreathed colonial building feels a world away from the flimsy glitz of the Strip. — Rough Guide
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Lunch is a lighter affair, with sandwiches and fish-and-chips. Worth the trek uphill, even if only for a drink. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
3 reviews
Smart business-set restaurant with some of the best Chinese dishes in town. — Rough Guide
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Seafood
3 reviews
This is perfect for a romantic dinner, with faultless formal service, upscale atmosphere and a delicious Continental menu specializing in seafood; the crème brûlée is excellent. — Rough Guide
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Island-sourced items on the menu include jerk chicken and sausages with watermelon, papaya, and mango chutneys, breadfruit salad, and mashed ground provisions. — Travel + Leisure
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