Jakes, a bohemian-style boutique hotel nestled in the fishing village of Treasure Beach on Jamaica’s South Coast, has recently launched a new agri-tourism intiative, dubbed as “farm dinners” to be held monthly in St. Elizabeth. Staged in conjunction with Liz Solms, an accomplished chef and local sustainable agriculture expert, the
Chef Martin Maginley from Round Hill Hotel and Villa’s is combining local produce with local culture and revolutionizing Jamaican cuisine. Read more at The Daily Green Also check out the article on Pantrepant, Chris Blackwell’s farm in Trelawny, an example of community supported agriculture.
Roughly half way between Kingston and Ocho Rios, driving over Mount Rosser, Faith’s Pen is one of the few “rest stops” complete with a wide variety of food vendors and clean bathrooms (costs J$30.00 to use). The menu includes jerk chicken, pork, yam, roast or boil corn, among other
Who says there are no good beaches in Kingston? And for food…. it’s worth the trip (about 20 minutes from downtown Kingston) for lunch at Tianna’s Fish Hut & Beer Joint… What’s on the menu? It’s written on the building…. Please order here… Fish or lobster? Bammy? Festival? Steamed or