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The food was average. The octopus was rubbery & the fish was overcooked. They had sanitizer at the door but the chefs & workers wore no mask. Few youngsters came by our table begging money. Also other giys on the property begging
Our friends had been here before but it was our first time. Arrive beachside and be greeted by a staff member who will guide you through the selection of your seafood freshly caught and piled high in the chest refrigerator. My husband and friends all...had pan grilled Red Snapper but I prefer shellfish. The server suggested Lobster Tails since they were out of shrimp and while I thought it was a bit much for lunch, agreed. Who can say no to Lobster? Two tails arrived in a "sea" of garlic butter sauce with rice and callaloo. Beyond delicious! The rest enjoyed their Snapper, but I definitely saw envious glances and was happy to share my very generous portion. Sitting under a thatched roof at a picnic table or in a rustic old fishing boat, all up on piers and all with a perfect seaside vantage point of the fresh catches arriving at regular intervals. Whether it was more fish or a pail of Lobsters, you know your meal is F-R-E-S-H! Highly recommended.More
We had a long drive to get to this restaurant. I had expected everything to be fresh from the sea. Imagine my surprise when all of the lobsters and shrimp were frozen. I had grilled snapper instead - and that did not appear to be...catch of the day either. It was all very tasty, and the setting was great. Perhaps I went on a bad day. It was Friday for lunch. It was good but I cannot say it was amazing. In fact it was disappointing.More
I lived in Jamaica for a year and during my last month there, my friends and I drove 3 hours just to go back one more time. It’s been over 10 years and I still think fondly about that outing and the food! It’s truly...an experience to be out on the beach watching the catch of the day be prepared for you to eat. After dinner we took a long walk on the beach and watched the sunset. It was the perfect way, the perfect place, the perfect meal to say goodbye to a beautiful country. Highly recommend!More
visited today,even though it rain like there was no tomorrow,the day was well spent,stopped by the Appleton rum tour first then went there for lunch,the food was amazing the bammies were just pure goodness the staffs were super nice caring and customer service skill a+....Continue the good work god blessMore
This place is famous and rightfully so, get impressively fresh catches here prepared any way in a casual dining setting! the a la carte Seafood in true Jamaican styles, was great. We loved the Crab in Garlic sauce. its a bit of a journey from...where we stayed in Treasure Beach but if you have an evening where you can get an early start to dinner and a driver who knows the way, it is the perfect night out in Jamaica.More
The grilled fish is amazing....if you guys are in the area you should definitely stop by little Ochi seafood and grab a taste of the grilled fish...perfect blend of spices. The prices are unbeatable as well.👌
It is approximately 120 km from Hotel Riu to Little Ochi. Little Ochi is not at Ocho Rios at all. It is in fact located in the Parish of St Elizabeth on the south coast (Ocho Rios is on the North Coast. By car it is... More
It is approximately 120 km from Hotel Riu to Little Ochi. Little Ochi is not at Ocho Rios at all. It is in fact located in the Parish of St Elizabeth on the south coast (Ocho Rios is on the North Coast. By car it is approximately 2 hours and twenty minutes drive..