Hotel made my reservation. My taxi driver talks of Dickie,natural and rasta style with awe. Better know where it is, cause otherwise you'd never know the shack/building housed a magic/spiritual experience.
Really...scary just walking in. I'm sure it's gonna fall down. Kinda a labyrinth and maze as I'm led through the tiny rooms and hallways.
Sat at a funky table in a tiny funky alcove.
No menu- no prices and 6 courses:
Soup, giant veggie omelet, salad, lobster, shrimp stuffed tomato, coconut cake
Amazing, simply amazing food combined with the decor/scene/ambience. This is a must in Port Antonio.
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