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All reviews lobster curry coconut peas prawns chicken the owner chef authentic jamaican food short drive local atmosphere a bit off the beaten path friendly owner highlight of our trip great host good vibes mouth watering red stripe soldiers
The best steam fish I’ve eaten in a long while. The dining room is cool and relaxed, playing classic reggae revival. Definitely recommend at least one visit to Soldier Camp because once you’ve cleaned your plate you’re bound to go back again.
We had heard a lot about this restaurant and its owner. Everything we heard was accurate. The seafood was amazing and some of the best we had in Jamaica. The owner is gracious and extremely friendly. Even though he was very busy and didn't have...More
Soldier Camp is absolutely wonderful. It has charm and character, and a very engaged and friendly owner. They do terrific vegetarian cuisine as well, which is not common in Port Antonio. I highly recommend a stop!
Everol (SP?) is an exceptional cook, a kind person who has had an interesting life. My uncle and I enjoyed the food so much and the atmosphere that we went back twice. I’m so glad we went it was a great opportunity to break pass...More
I had one of the most amazing evening, from the customer service, to the food was just superb and the atmosphere was excellent relaxing and cool.Thank you for an impeccable evening guys and do keep up the great work.
We are regularly in Portland and never ever miss the chance to eat at Soldier Camp -where the quality and taste of the food are outstanding and the hospitality afforded by the owner warm and welcoming. During our latest 6 week vacation to Jamaica we...More
The meals were mouth watering, everything was delicious and the order was exactly how i wanted it. their presentation of the meal is everything. well put together and i would definately go bad to have a meal there.
It's really up there so get a taxi to take you or
call Soldier Camp and they will help.
It's almost as though the visit to eat is really
a visit to absorb a way of life of a Jamaican
born US Army Vet. He...More
The owner/chef is a former Marine that will stop at nothing to ensure you enjoy your visit. He returned to his hometown after time in the service and opened this spot for authentic Jamaican food and good vibes.
He offered us lobster in the shell...More