While staying in Jamaica, expect to come upon a savory selection of places to dine. When your preference is Continental food, you won't want to miss the restaurants that do it best. Take a peek at the different ways to enjoy Jamaica's Continental food with these scrumptious suggestions.
With lots to tempt your palate, from the fine dining locale of Le Papillion Restaurant to the much anticipated breakfast service at Verandah Restaurant, there is a choice for every guest and every mood.
Take a moment to browse the fairly full set of options that offer Continental fare. For each restaurant, you can click its name to get further details about its location, style, and more.
The Bayside is a viable option for you to consider if you're going to spend time visiting this neighborhood or the surrounding area. It is north of Negril. If you have a desire to combine Continental foodstuffs with French flair, this dining establishment is serving up both. Set next to the pool, this is a casual dining environment.
Located one and a quarter miles north-northwest of downtown Kingston, Susie's Bakery and Coffee Bar is a viable option worth considering if you're thinking about visiting this part of the city and nearby locations. Not only do they have festive fare including Continental themed dishes and of course coffee, but wouldn't you know they're also known for putting out great desserts. Susie's Bakery offers fresh baked breads and desserts, as well as smoothies and local coffees.
Gallery Café, part of The Spanish Court Hotel, is located in New Kingston, a neighborhood in Jamaica; With a following of food lovers, this destination isn't known simply for its Continental food and coffee, but it's also good at desserts. Gallery Cafe is locating in the lobby on the ground floor of Spanish Court. The cafe features "Ms. Kingston" chairs, and a collection of black and white photographs by local photographers.
Verandah Restaurant, a part of Franklyn D. Resort, is located 2.2 miles north of Daniel Town, a town in Trelawny Parish; it is three miles (five kilometers) to the east of Falmouth. If all you need is good company, a nice setting, and to be grabbing some delightful Continental fare, don't hesitate to try this restaurant where you'll find the setting to be relaxed. A family-friendly spot on the boardwalk, right over the ocean. The Beach buffet is served in the sand, by the light of tiki torches.
Fine dining is definitely their standard, so diners who favor that type of dining as well as Continental cuisine will want to check it out. Chandeliers add a lovely touch to the elegant décor.
Guests often find that the best cuisines in Jamaica are those you happen upon as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. However, including at least a couple reliable-looking restaurants on your schedule, is recommended no matter the size of your group. To find out much more about the culinary options waiting for you, check out this page.
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