Marguerite's Seafood by the Sea - This restaurant across from the Coral Cliff Hotel serves its seafood on a breeze-swept terrace overlooking the sea. The chef specializes in exhibition cookery at a flambé grill. Although the menu is mainly devoted to seafood and fresh fish, there are also numerous innovative pastas and rather standard meat dishes. The Cheeseburger in Paradise is the most popular item on the menu, but you can also order Jamaican jerk chili, jerk burgers, and Jamaican pizza, even such Rastafarian dishes as Rasta Roots served with rice and peas.
Round Hill - enchants guests and tempts palates with an abundance of dining pleasures. Our James Beard award-winning Executive Chef, Martin Maginley, and his talented team showcase the finest local ingredients in a variety of custom-crafted dishes inspired by Jamaica's bounty and the cultural influences that continually evolve the palate of this region. Recognized with Wine Spectator’s “Award of Excellence” in 2014, Round Hill’s impressive and eclectic wine list compliments the modern Caribbean cuisine featured throughout our dining venues.
Pier One on the Waterfront - Jamaica's freshest open air seafood restaurant, bar and entertainment centre. A favorite with visitors and locals alike Pier One offers a family friendly atmosphere with great Caribbean sunsets and tropical panoramic views of the bay. Perfect for lunch or all fresco dining or just sipping a tropical cocktail watching the boats go by.
Pork Pit Restaurant - The Pork pit jerk is usually slow-roasted or barbecued to bring out the tasty flavors of spices of thyme, pimento, and ginger. Located on Montego Bay Hip Strip. You can enjoy jerked pork, chicken, ribs, sausage, shrimps, fish and buffalo wings, these are offered with great side dishes such a sweet potato, festival rolls, rice and peas, roast yam, fries and bread.
Scotchies Jerk Center - Jerk is a style of cooking native to Jamaica in which meats are dry-rubbed with a very hot spice mixture called Jamaican jerk spice. One of the best foods to eat in Jamaica, hands down, is Jerk pork. And one of the best Jerk food stops on the north coast of Jamaica is Scotchies. The spicy and flavorful chicken is a must have along with a side order of festival, bammy, and roast breadfruit. They also serve Jerk Pork and soup du jour.
Sugar Mill Restaurant - Located at Half Moon in Rose Hall, provided Jamaican, Caribbean and international cuisine. If you are staying at the Sandals royal, Coyaba, Holiday Inn, Rose Hall Resort and Country Club and the Ritz-Carlton the restaurant will transport you for free.
Biggs BBQ Restaurant and Bar - started by Matthew L Birkenmeier who was born and raised in St Louis, Jamaican native, Leisa Mckesey and Christopher Wade Ramsay who all decided to partner in and open Biggs BBQ Restaurant & Bar. Chef Birk, following his Midwestern roots and grandfathers influences, created the premiere BBQ Joint in Jamaica for local Jamaican, St. Louis, Memphis, Texas and Kansas City styles of BBQ.
The Pelican Grill - West Indian curries, escoveitched fish, jerk chicken, stewed peas, oxtail & more.
Family owned & operated & serving only the freshest, truly Jamaican home-style dishes to Montego Bay patrons for almost 50 years.
"This is where the locals eat" Centrally located on the Mo'Bay Hip-Strip with a view overlooking the park & the sea.
Robbie Joseph's Seaside Grill - If you're looking for a unique fine-dining experience under the stars, away from tourists and with gorgeous night skyline views--look no further than Robbie Joseph's Seahorse Grill. Tucked on the grounds of the Montego Bay Yacht Club, this restaurant is popular among expats and residents and remains a best-kept secret.