This place has a lot of traditional Jamaican dishes like oxtail, stew beef, cow foot, etc. I believe it is connected with the Sweet Spot restaurant on the Seven-Mile Beach. I have been going there for quite a few years but this was my first time at Sweet Spice. The place is a decent size. Looks like there is seating for about 25 people. I wanted to get some conch, which is out of season, but I sometimes can find. This year I couldn't find it but I got some good pork and beef here. They usually add rice and peas, which is a Jamaican staple and a small side of fresh veggies. This place offers something the other one doesn't: blended juices. They have beetroot, banana, pineapple and more. I don't remember how much I paid but in a touristy spot, I do remember thinking it was reasonable. Don't eat at those hotels. Get out and try some good authentic Jamaican food .
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