Where To Eat In Jamaica: RED BONES Blues Cafe, Kingston
Kingston may not have the typical tourist appeal of white sandy beaches, ocean front properties or the typical postcard scenery of Jamaica, but as the nation’s capital and a thriving city, Kingston’s traffic is heavy and there is ample to do and plenty to see and eat in one of the island’s most populated districts.
And when visiting Kingston, RED BONES BLUES CAFE is a must for a quality, authentic and uncomplicated dining.
The airy and open restaurant is known for their jazz and blues theme as well as their mouthwatering Caribbean cuisine. Open dining rooms, terrace feasts, courtyard dancing and garden cocktails make dining at Red Bones an ideal and an enchanted experience. Perfect for intimate dates, groups or sheer fun, decadent recipes, live music, celebrity clientele, friendly service and a pleasant easiness have made Red Bones an island favorite.
The callaloo strudel is a heavenly appetizer! Phyllo dough filled with sauteed callaloo leaves, onions, red peppers and cream cheese in a mornay sauce serves as a satisfying and warming welcome to Red Bones. Rich, creamy, crisp, and delicious, this starter is everything appetizers are meant to be and the only way callaloo should be served.
The poached lobster was drenched in a creamy lemon butter sauce and is served with your choice of rice or pasta – a true example of the exquisite and fresh fare available at this hip restaurant.
The stuffed shrimp dinner was a epic feat of wholesome goodness. Again smothered in a creamy sauce and stuffed with salt fish and a side of sliced vegetables, the jumbo shrimp did not disappoint. Beautifully displayed, elegant combinations of textures and seasonings brought this meal to life with intense fervor.
Of course Red Bones also offers curry, beef, pasta, lamb, and a host of other menu items that are sure to tickle your Caribbean fancy.
A nice fine-dining experience in Jamaica, Red Bones’ rustic ambiance provide timeless memories that define an ideal Jamaican meal and an essential Jamaican experience.