We asked recommendations of local people for places to eat tasty sea food. We were recommended to go to D's Best Kept Secret. Later we saw that it is recommended in our guide book (LP) as well.
Although we had our own means of transport, it was not easy to find the location. By chance, we were there around 18:00, early before people arrive; so we got the best table, with the fresh wind and sea view and most important enough time to enjoy the family hospitality.
Since my friend eats very little, we requested to take one set menu instead of two, to share. At first he said no, but later since there were no people and we really mean, he accepted to give us a single set menu, but he brought the soup and starters for two.
That day it was the curry lobster-steamed fish day. Overall the food was tasty, but not superb.
But the real fun was the interesting place, to discover the eclectic tables/tablewares, family (dad, mom, son) run service and chat with the family before and during the food. They are really very very nice and kind people.
I believe if were to go at the busy hours, we wouldn't be able to chat and enjoy their friendship, which was definitely more enjoyable, than having food.
You will easily find better food in Jamaica, but definetly not this hospitality and friendship. Go when it is calm and don't miss to listen about Jolly Boys.
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