Hole In The Wall Restaurant

As the name may suggest, this little restaurant is not big in size. However, what it lacks in structure it makes up for in spirit. Claiming to make the best local Caribbean food on the entire island, the Hole in the Wall Restaurant casually whips up local favorites that have had locals and visitors alike coming back time and time again.


The food here may not be fancy, but the quick and hot foods hit the spot. You can expect Caribbean staples like chicken and fish, here served grilled, fried, and jerk style, along with plenty of rice and vegetables. The Hole in the Wall also serves simple international favorites like chicken tenders which may be best for those less excited about trying new foods. If you are looking to try new things, try some of their specialties which include seafood dishes and cooking Jamaican style.

Hole In The Wall Restaurant serves Caribbean cooking that's so delightful some of the folks who stop by for a good meal come back for it again and again. The setting here, as far as the style and level of formality, is very casual. This location serves food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, allowing you and your group to try this restaurant almost any time the mood strikes.


In contrast of its casual nature, Hole in the Wall is a very finely decorated restaurant, with its candlelit patio tables giving off a romantic aroma.

Nearby Restaurants

If you and your group are seeking out another area restaurant that has some similar menu items and/or a similar price range, there are lots of nearby places to pick from, including Sweet T's.

However, if you're in the mood for something a little different, this part of None boasts a large selection of restaurants, where you will find many different cuisine styles and menu items. For example, you might also consider trying American fare at Gilley's Cafe, which is three quarters of a mile west-northwest.

Contact Info

Location: Old Airport Road, None

Phone: (649) 941-4136


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