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by Venesha Johnson | Associate Writer
Whenever my tastebuds are feeling fancy, my go-to choice of cuisine is always Italian. When you step into Italian restaurants in Jamaica, you are always greeted with a warm atmosphere and enticing smells. The ambience is always exceptional, whether small or large, Italian restaurants always scream elegance, even if they are just casual.
Lucca is relatively young, they have only been open since 2019. They are a casual-dining Italian restaurant and I guarantee you that you will not be disappointed.
They have a menu that consists of a wide variety of Italian classics such as Fettuccine Carbonara and customizable stone oven pizzas. Their customer service is top tier and one thing you definitely will not complain about is the large serving sizes.
An inviting atmosphere is created to enjoy both traditional and original dishes, such as stone-fire Thin Crust Pizza, New York Sirloin Steaks, Caribbean Calzones, Fettuccine Thermador, Shrimp Scampi Spaghetti, West Indies Seafood Linguine, Scotch Bonnet Snapper, Jerk Chicken Alfredo, and many others in the delightful setting of a hand-crafted Caribbean sea view terrace decorated with cedar panelling and intricate fretwork.
Enjoy a unique shared space idea that combines an Italian cafe with a special gift shop and art gallery made in Jamaica. Italian Chef Tiziana Doshi of The Cafe prepares delectable meals with the best homestyle cooking.
The retail brand 876Butik is a one-of-a-kind store where one may buy genuine Jamaican arts and crafts made by a variety of local craftsmen that cater to customers looking to possess one-of-a-kind, distinctive things.
Enjoy dishes such as Marinated Tomato Bruschetta, Chicken Parmigiana and Chicken Linguine.
While they serve both Italian and Lebanese cuisines, they have created two separate menus for their customers. On their Italian menu you will find classics such as Filet Mignon Alla Griglia, Fettuccini Alfredo Chicken, Spaghetti Bolognese and Bruschetta.
Evita's opened in 1989 and quickly gained a reputation for superb service, ambience, decor, view, and Italian and Jam-Italian "fun" creations. It is housed in an actual 1860 Historic Gingerbread House that overlooks Ocho Rios.
Everything is prepared upon order. Celebrities continue to frequent Evita's because they love the restaurant's romantic ambience and value for money. There is occasionally live entertainment, generally a guest star.
Delicious Italian meal prepared every day with the finest ingredients. Watch as your pizza bakes in a classic brick oven that is heated by wood. A pizza made over a wood fire has flavours and aromas that are unquestionably better than those produced in a conventional oven.
Enjoy Angela's handcrafted pie crust, which is baked in a hearth and features only the best ingredients. Italian tomatoes and a delectable mixture of spices are added on top. This is pizza prepared the way it should be.
The vast menu also includes a delectable selection of antipasti, salads, chicken, pasta, and seafood. Come in and savour the superb Italian food in a welcoming setting.
You will find an upscale yet welcoming dining atmosphere set against breathtaking sea vistas as soon as you enter the Marina Village Property and the Bettino's Restaurant building.
Let the St. Ann's Bay breeze, the Caribbean waves, and the exquisite aqua blue sea transport you to Bettino's, where a special menu influenced by traditional Italian foods and prepared with a distinctively Jamaican flair is sure to satisfy your senses.
Address: Drax Hall Estate, St. Ann
Rafaelle's, an authentic thin-crust brick oven Italian pizza restaurant, is situated in Barbican's trendy Orchid plaza. Eat in or have your food delivered. Pizza fans will be happy either way!
Address: Kingston 6, Kingston
Phone: +1 (876) 970-0505
So there you have it, some of the most popular Italian restaurants in Jamaica. I'm sure you just can't wait to try as many of them as possible.
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