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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 full of verve.  

Our prix-fixe breakfast on the Hummingbird Terrace is US$18, our bar menu is $12 and up, and dinner is $30. Please order meals in advance. Or choose to relax on your villa terrace or balcony and enjoy meals overlooking gardens and the Bay, for an additional 18%. Let us know which you would prefer. 

Personal cook-housekeeper service is also available in very limited quantity at your villa for $48 a day. Your groceries are bought at cost plus 10% service charge, or you may bring your own. 

You may wish to give your cook-housekeeper a gratuity directly if you feel her service has equalled or surpassed your expectations.

A guest writes, "A dinner for two in New York costs the equivalent of a whole week of Joan's delicious meals."

Why not try...?


A visit to the main Port Antonio market with your housekeeper on a Friday or Saturday can provide an insider's look into daily Jamaican life.​

Dining out


It's always best to call ahead to order. Ask us to do it for you!

Options include:

➪  Vanessa's, a lovely twenty-minute walk away, for a range of hearty lunch and dinner favourites. Fish and lobster are the specialties. 

​➪  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​.

​➪  Ital...ish, just past Boston Beach, for inexpensive vegetarian and non-vegetarian comfort food. 

​➪  Gurley Aston, just before you come to Boston Beach, for great jerk dishes with tons of seating, and mountain views. 

➪  In Port Antonio proper: seafood and classics at Wilkes Cuisine; casual Italian favourites at Pizza Corner; Jerk chicken at Piggy's, and Jamaican specialties at Soldier Camp.

➪  Asian fusion at GeeJam resort’s Bushbar (reservations required).
➪  Terrace dining at the Trident Hotel (reservations requested).
➪   Jamaican and Continental cuisine at the fantastically-decorated Great Huts hotel on Boston Bay. Kids will love the giant giraffe sculpture.
➪ ...and a delicious Devon House ice cream on the harborside marina promenade, or soft-serve at Kool Down.

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