November 10-17, lovers of fine dining will, for the third year, get
the opportunity to sample 31 of the city's finest restaurants. SSCO
Event Management and The Gleaner have once again joined forces to
present Kingston Restaurant Week.
In this newsletter we pick four that we think you might find interesting.
Strawberry Hill: visually and gastronomically tantalising
A major part of the Strawberry Hill experience is the scenery
and patrons will have the option of either dining inside the cosy
and elegantly-styled dining rooms or outside where a panoramic view
of Kingston lies below. Just indicate your preferences when you
make your reservations.
Cuddy'z: The happening place
Cuddy'z has been an innovator in naming dishes and drinks after
our sporting heroes. Cocktails honouring the island's dynamic sporting
personalities include the Cuddyztini, an intoxicating mix of June
plum juice and vodka (in honour of record-holding fast bowler and
the bar's originator Courtney Walsh)
Prendy's : where the beach comes to town
Starting out in Portmore's Hellshire community, the taste of
Prendy's On The Beach came to 'town' in 2005, bringing with it the
delicious, Jamaican-style taste that local eaters have come to enjoy.
That location is on Knutsford Boulevard in New Kingston.
Whitebones: Satisfy your seafood craving
Whitebones uses the harvest of the water, especially the sea,
with fresh fish, lobster, squid, shrimp and oyster prepared in a
wide variety of styles. Elliott notes that he had just had a combination
platter of shrimp, lobster and squid, but also does conch in three
styles, fish in curry coconut sauce and also grilled items
See all the hot eating spots at http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/pages/food/