Jamaica

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Caribbean
7 reviews
It's no surprise that this restaurant shares its home resort's bohemian style (it's the beachside dining spot at Jakes). — Fodor's
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Caribbean
5 reviews
This joint -- right in the heart of Montego Bay, near Walter Fletcher Beach -- is the best place to go for Jamaica's famous jerk pork and jerk chicken. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
5 reviews
This landmark eatery is almost a local legend. It's known for turning out some of the best jerk pork or jerk chicken in the area. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
6 reviews
Lamplit at night, this relaxed cliffside spot leads the pack when it comes to nouvelle Jamaican cuisine in the western parishes — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
5 reviews
This restaurant is terraced into a verdant hillside about 180m (590 ft.) above sea level with sweeping views over the Jamaican coastline and the faraway harbor of Port Antonio. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
6 reviews
It may look like a misplaced paddleboat from the Mississippi—or a tourist trap—but this floating double-decker eatery serves terrific food, and to a mostly local crowd. — Concierge
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Caribbean
3 reviews
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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Italian
5 reviews
Set on the mountainside above Ocho Rios, this long-standing favorite of both locals and tourists delivers magnificent from the terrace so arrive early to grab a seat. — DK Eyewitness
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Caribbean
5 reviews
Easily missed as it’s nestled on a knoll as you round the far bend of Port Antonio’s West Harbour, this simple wooden shack is a surprising and fabulous choice. — Rough Guide
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Caribbean
3 reviews
During the day, this is the best spot in Jamaica for burgers and crispy fries—including excellent homemade vegetable burgers so good even carnivores often opt for one. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
5 reviews
This canopied, open-air eatery is a great place for fiery jerk pork, chicken, or seafood such as fish and conch — Fodor's
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Jamaican
5 reviews
Whatever you call it—Nuevo Caribbean, Carib-Asian, Latino-Indian—it's always fresh and inventive. — Concierge
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Cafe
5 reviews
Founded twenty years ago by Evrol ‘Blackie’ Christian, Little Ochie is practically a Jamacain institution with locals and tourists a like. — BlackBook
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Caribbean
5 reviews
After tropical drinks at the deck bar, you'll be ready to dig into the international variations on fresh seafood; the best are the grilled lobster and any preparation of island snapper. — Fodor's
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Healthy
3 reviews
A fantastic addition to Ochi’s eateries, the helpful staff serve up all the Jamaican favourites (oxtail, curry goat, seafood, roast yam and saltfish) in an attractive and peaceful garden. — Rough Guide
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2 reviews
The Sunday brunch at this lovely spot near Stony Hill is worth the drive from Kingston. — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
3 reviews
A Montego Bay landmark, the family-friendly Pelican has been serving good food at reasonable prices for more than 25 years. — Frommer's
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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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Asian
4 reviews
The best Chinese restaurant in Kingston, Jade Garden serves well-prepared food in an elegant, formal setting. — Frommer'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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