Dining out in Negril - Capital of Casual
Chicken Lavish (West End - The Cliffs) hosts a cool roof veranda for outside dining, and serves excellent food at highly affordable prices.
The curried goat here is an acclaimed specialty, as is, naturally, the chicken.
Hungry Lion (West End - The Cliffs) offers tasty vegetarian and meat dishes for great prices. Check out the juice bar for a variety of tropical drinks.
Sweet Spice (The Rock) is a local eatery situated in the increasingly popular area in the southern section of the island.
The portions are huge and you really get what you paid for at this bright, pretty little place which proudly serves its food fresh off the stove.
Cosmo's Seafood Restaurant & Bar boasts great local seafood, served in a Polynesian-style hut on the beach.
The fish and shellfish are caught fresh, making for delectably savory dishes.
Rick's Cafe (West End) is located on the Cliffs by the famous lighthouse. Established in the 1970's as a sort of hippie mecca,
this venue has since evolved into one of the most famous local eateries, serving up good food and drinks.
Kuyaba Restaurant - rustic & charming ambiance allows you to dine on the open air dining deck or in the roof covered dining room. Wooden decks, thatch roofs & adobe walls, surrounded by palm trees, water fountains & tropical gardens give you a feeling of "Old Negril". The restaurant is seaside & overlooks Negril's beautiful seven mile beach. http://www.kuyaba.com/restaurant.html
Le Vendome while a part of the Charnela Inn, is open to one and all. Known for its hint of "French flair" in all of its food,
this fine dining establishment offers a lovely terra-cotta terrace with views of Negril Beach.
Rockhouse Restaurant (West End) was developed by a team of Australian and Italian entrepreneurs as a unique restaurant
set high above a rocky inlet on the West End. A trendy international crowd eats here usually, and the food reflects the
style and class offered by the venue.