The restaurant at CocoLaPalm is called Seaside, and features delicious Jamaican and International fare each day for breakfast and dinner.
The menu at Seaside is not a long one, but the dishes they do serve are always well-received. For breakfast try Ackee and Saltfish, the National Dish, and try Ya-Mon Curry Goat for dinner.
Seaside Restaurant has a focus on Caribbean cooking that's usually a big hit with the whole group. The formality level you should expect at this restaurant is informal. This dining option is on the table during both breakfast and dinner, so give it a try.
Guests have the choice of dining inside the restaurant which has seating for 50 guests, or outside on the patio, where there is room for 75. Patio dining is a casual affair where you can pull up a patio chair to a glass table set under a green umbrella that protects from the sun during the daylight hours.
This restaurant is on the premises of Coco La Palm Resort, which is located in Negril Beach Hotel Zone, a neighborhood in the vicinity of Negril; it's two miles (three and a half kilometers) to the north of Negril.
There are a group of attractions nearby, permitting visitors to weigh their options, and try something new each day. Two of the closest landmark sites from this particular dining option include Royal Palm Reserve and Barney's Hummingbird Garden, both of which are only a short distance away.
There are a number of convenient things to do outside to participate in if you have some extra time. Those who find themselves anxious to tee off will certainly want to check out the neighborhood golf course, Negril Hills Golf Club. An additional option would be to enjoy yourself relaxing on the sand -- Seaside Restaurant is positioned directly on Seven Mile Beach.
If you are in the mood for a restaurant that has similar types of food and/or comparable prices, there is no lack of nearby places to pick from, including Chill Awhile. It's situated less than a hundred yards to the south west of this restaurant.
Then of course, if you want something different, this part of Jamaica has an excellent range of food and drink venues that will be sure to satisfy almost every type of diner. For instance, you can also try Jamaican eats at, which is a short distance east-southeast.
At Seaside, entrees start at $9(USD). Seaside Restaurant accepts major credit cards.
Location: Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril Beach Hotel Zone, Jamaica
Phone: (876) 957-4227
Secondary Phone: (800) 320-8821
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