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Caribbean, Jamaican
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Lunch, Dinner
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Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service, Serves Alcohol
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Reviewed February 9, 2020

I'f you've never been to Jamaica, know that as soon as you get to town EVERYONE is on a hustle of sorts...Ignore the first few blocks of salesmen, and towards towns square ask for ELVIS to be your guide..Everyone knows him....This gentlemen is a slice...of life!!...Lunch at Mr. Peppers was great and hanging with Elvis was an experience in itself...I felt no regret giving him a generous tip after our foot trip around Falmouth..FUNMore

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 5, 2020 via mobile

Food was average. Make sure you ask prices first. There are no prices on the menu board , so I should have known better than to just order and expect to be charged fairly. Sometimes you just get caught up in the island life and...having a good time and you forget that we're nothing but walking dollar signs to the locals.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed February 4, 2020 via mobile

Combo plate of jerk chicken and pork was more bone than meat. Rum Punch was weak and the Red Stripe was warm. To top it off the proprietor rushed us to seat a large party that came in after us.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed December 22, 2019

Wasn't looking for a tour of Falmouth but wanted to have some real, local food. Lots of myths about walking into the city, but like any city, go with purpose. At any rate, I wasn't looking for Elvis, but he found me. He really wasn't...peddling anything, but he was a tour guide at any rate. So I became game, and what a pleasant surprise. I invited Elvis for lunch, and we went to Peppers Jerk House. What an unassuming place....but the jerk chicken and pork was freshly prepared with great spices. Their homemade hot sauce was awesome. Best about the lunch, though, was having a conversation with Elvis. He told me about the history of Falmouth and Montego Bay, and I suggested that maybe he could give me a short walking tour. No costs were posted, but I was snaggled with tourist price for the meal...about $15 USD each. But, where else would I have gone for authentic Jamaican food? Elvis, with no pressure, guided me through the town of Falmouth pointing out important buildings and churches. Then, we walked to a beautiful beach spot where local folks fish. There were a few hawkers selling stuff around, but just politely thank them when you pass. We then strolled back by local landmarks to the Water square area. So, Elvis is alive and well in Jamaica....glad to have this adventure. Everyone knew Elvis, even the trolleys stopped to say hello to him. Nice diversion in this port.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 16, 2019 via mobile

Effectively dragged to this place by Elvis to try the "best jerk In Jamaica" Asked numerous times for the prices which were glossed over... turns out: Beers are $4 a bottle Jerk price remains unknown, they wouldn't tell me, which seems a bit odd.. in...view of that we left. Anyway, the reviews suggest that the food is pretty bland and quality is poor. In short, I wouldn't bother getting off if you're on a cruise ship, the people I met were rude, made comments about my wife and mithered you every 2 paces for either a taxi or drugs. Wasted day.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed October 31, 2019

A life changing experience was had just from simply Meeting Elvis S. I would suggest hopping into a car and see the many things far and near that you can with this Jamaican Legend Elvis! We are already plannine our next visit 3 weeks after...already. Very irie time Elvis big up!! Family big up!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed October 23, 2019

On a vaccation you want to see a lot of things and if you dont know anyone its not that easy. My freind and i had a lot of luck to meet Elvis Scott. He is an island guide and knows a lot of stuff...that u can see and do while you are in jamaica. Of course we wanted to see falmouth. So he showed us the town and, how could it be otherwise, we made a stop at peppers jerk center. So we eat some delicious jerk chicken, have drunk something cold and talked with the people there. Its a good place to rest if the midday sun is shinning.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed July 12, 2019

The chicken was delicious. The rice and beans were very good as well. The service was great, enjoyed a Ting drink that was cold and refreshing. Would certainly go back.

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed June 20, 2019

The staff were very sweet, this was my first time ever going to a restaurant to pick out my fish before it is cooked which was definitely a neat experience. The food was tasty! The drinks were even more tasty- I recommend the Miami vice!...It looks pretty & tastes so good! Also, if you like fried fish I got a red herring (I think) it was yummy seasoned well and tasty!!More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed May 12, 2019

My husband and I met Dwight in Falmouth after leaving the pier. Dwight walked us all around Falmouth and told us all about its history. We learned so much and enjoyed our day so much. He then took us to Peppers to have jerk chicken....It was amazing food and fun local atmosphere. We were thankful to meet Dwight and to get to see the real Falmouth!More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Yes and yes again. The restaurant serves wonderful food and the staff is fantastic! We had such a great time here. You can easily make it back to your ship in about 15 minutes at the most. I highly recommend this... More
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