Waiting was too long for meals and not apetitizing. Breakfast was the same thing every morning. Service was ok.
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Good, no frills Jamaican restaurant. Hot Pot restaurant serves exotic, flavorsome, spicy fare. We had the Jamaican Jerk Pork, served with Yam, Rice and Peas and soft Banana. It had a relaxed atmosphere; the perfect place for us to have a mid-morning meal.
My final meeting in Jamaica was held at this traditional Jamaican restaurant and it was fabulous. My guest and I both had traditional Jamaican breakfast with mint tea and it was so good that I wish I could have stayed another few days just to try other meals. My breakfast was saltfish & mackerel with callaloo, while my guest had... More
We had the best brunch of our trip at Hot Pot, which offers a great buffet service. Loved the Jamaican Jerk Chicken and pork. Also what I liked was the steamed fish tails. Really relaxing place to dine, a great experience had.
Authentic Jamaican cuisine at a very reasonable price. Our waiter was very attentive. My wife recommends the cow foot dish.
Quiet place that is good for Jamaican soul food. Breakfast is great. please order ackee and salt fish with boiled banana and dumpling and ripe plantians
Yes...Eat Here! A traditional Jamaican restaurant serving authentic food at a reasonable price. Located in the heart of new Kingston, this place offers a vast indoor and outdoor eating area or also a take away service. The curries were exceptional and the fried fish dishes were as good as anywhere else on the island.
This restaurant was absolutely amazing. The food was fantastic. I would come again and again. I was mad I left Jamaica before I could go tot the restaurant for breakfast.
Seriously, the food is consistently excellent, but could you folks make an effort to add a bit more foliage, potted plants, murals (can be done economically by kids from school of art), antique pieces etc
All of the Jamaican food flavors are captured and served in this delighfully quaint indegenous restaurant. The mouth watering food reminds me of my many vists to my grandparents.
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