If you're in Port Antonio, you soon realize that it's not a town for 'fine dining'. The best restaurants are pretty much shacks. They don't have menus - they just tell you what they're cooking. Many of them don't have much in the way of drinks on offer - maybe beer or some of the local tonic wines or delicious creamy rum concoctions which come in small bottles. Anna Banana is more what you might expect (as a traveller from England anyway). It's a bit like a small chain restaurant and bar - TGIFs Cafe Rouge or something like that. When we went the atmosphere and service was OK and the food was good. I had vegetable rundown - a nice local dish cooked in coconut milk -and Chris had a lobster salad. We have no complaints at all but it was very empty, and we've been told that the food is not good when it's busy. You don't get the real local experience here though - it's a bit ordinary.
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