Discover the best restaurant in Black River, Jamaica including Pelican Grill, Smurfs Cafe, Basil's Bar and Seafood Restaurant, Las Vegas Cafe, Pardy's, Holland Bamboo Restaurant, Ruby's Jerk Centre
4.5 based on 63 reviews
This is probably the most unique bar/grill you will ever see. Accessible only by boat, the distant spot on the ocean, transforms into a pair of palm-thatched huts on stilts with rough hewn plank floors and benches, and surrounded by clear shallow caribbean water. The food is sooo tasty, the beer cold, and the people warm and friendly. Watch the locals play dominoes, relax in the sun, swim in the warm waters and just soak up that great Jamaican vibe.
4.5 based on 165 reviews
If you want a true Jamaican experience, this friendly, authentic café is the perfect place for breakfast. Gently bustling with locals, playing on guitar or just chilling or chatting, you really feel part of the community here. Just expect very long waits for food, when it’s busy - of you can embrace this as part of the social experience, it ends up as most the fun.
4 based on 2 reviews
I cannot say enough about the excellent snapper, parrot and butter fish. That cross between escoveitch and brown stew was PERFECT. The dogs and cats around will keep to themselves, but I did find them distracting (minus one star). You can't escape the riddim from across the street, so ask the DJ for what you want to hear :)
4 based on 47 reviews
Las Vegas Cafe is the new hotspot in the south coast of St. Elizabeth. Opened in march 2007, we have over come our advirsaries and made some well needed changes that merits to our current status. We are one of the best place to eat seafood as well as a place to chill,hangout and have a good time in St. Elizabeth We aim to please as well as thrive for the best in our service to our valued customers
This is a MUST eat at restaurant. If you are a tourist going to or from Floyd’s Pelican Bar stop here to eat and drink. Delicious.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
The food was fresh, very tasty, and enjoyed in a relaxed atmosphere while watching the world go by. Coffee was great, and the fresh squeezed orange juice tart and refreshing.
I especially enjoyed both Akee and Saltfish, as well as the mixed Callaloo and Spanish omelette. So much I had to go back and have it again the next day.
A great local business that deserves cherishing.
4 based on 5 reviews
Nice like roti shop in Bamboo Walk. (Bamboo Avenue for tourist and young folk). If I have not stopped for crayfish earlier then I stopped here for curry goat roti with a beer or a ting. I always get a second roti to help soak the curry gravy. You can sit facing the cane fields enjoying a serene peaceful view of cane blowing in the breeze, a view I have known since childhood. Over the years various food shacks have come and gone but this remains because it is very good. There are other just as good items on the menu, but I suggest you just try the various roti. Taste a piece of Jamaica!
5 based on 2 reviews
wonderful jerk pork, jerk chicken is also great, the roti is the best i've ever had. staff is friendly and manner able. i highly recommend this to foreigners n Jamaicans who are looking for great jerk to eat. They also sell cow skin soup great taste.
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