If you’re ever looking for somewhere in Kingston to completely unwind and enjoy some great food - Chillin’ at the Serengeti is it! It's rustic layout is totally in sync with the lush flora & fauna that surrounds it and their menu is pretty extensive offering something for every palate!
Their menu includes but is nowhere near limited to these must-try dishes:
Restaurant Week 2016 Jamaica got off to a robust start with many rushing to make reservations at their favourite dining haunts. This year's event dubbed Eat In Dine Out offered persons not into the hustle and bustle the option of ordering in.
Our team opted to dine at Nirvana, the newest Indian restaurant in Kingston and we were not disappointed! For starters we had the tandoor grilled fish tikka marinated with yogurt and indian spice. This was followed by the Butter Chicken (tandoori chicken pieces tossed in a rich aromatic tomato and cream gravy) & the Thai Coconut Infused Green Curry Shrimp served with Garlic Naan & Basmati Rice - Deelish! For dessert we had Cheesecake flavor Kulfi (home-made indian ice-cream)
Twas a great dining experience- great service, great food. Money well spent! No hitches here!
Tea Tree Crêperie
What do you have when you combine a party promoter/marketer/website designer genius, a former diplomat and European based cuisine? Why none other than Jamaica’s first crêperie which has already become famous for their crepes and other delectables. Previously housed at the enclave called 8 Hillcrest, it now has a larger and more airy new location at 80 LMR on Lady Musgrave Road.
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