Little Ochi Seafood Restaurant - Pictures & Live Video
Reviewed by Wellesley Gayle
If you are looking for a relaxing adventure, good vibe and amazing food, this is the place to go on Jamaica's south coast - Little Ochie Seafood Restaurant!
And can I tell you it was planned at the last minute?
I mean, we decided to go, almost at the 11th hour.
Yep, it was.
I had to make a decision to give up at least two other important engagements (a tough decision) but I did - but it worked out perfect!
As I mentioned in the video, this activity is a once a year event, organized by my wife's sister church family - and we are always invited :-)
Last year we had it as a more formal dining event, which was good, but I have to be bias, and say this one is nicer.
You know I love the adventure :-)
But anyways, I've managed to get some pictures of the moment and so I am delighted to share them with you.
Here we go.
Yeah, the routine is that we choose the the fishes we want to have.
Yup, fresh from the ocean!
Of course that means that the sooner after the boat arrives with the fishes, the better (and perhaps, bigger) your choices :-)
I honestly wonder how they keep up with all this activity. It is truly a buzz in the kitchen area there, but the aroma truly captivates you, believe me :-)
We enjoyed steamed fish, jerked fish, roasted fish, fried and steamed bammies, festival and a whole lot more.
Now, look below... I bet you can pick up the ones who never shut their eyes for prayer :-)
And by the way, in case can't see my fish, this is it, zoomed in :-) A big three pounder!
Oh yeah, and by the way, a timely note to you, that it is not just God's grace that gives me this sturdy look, it is (go ahead and guess)...
Yep, GOOD (BIG) FOOD :-)
This was a first sight for me... seats made from old car tyres!
They laid them right along the beach.
And by the way, they do have a convenient ice cream parlour - sorry I missed that pic.
And I made a live video on Facebook, simply click the PLAY button below to get a peek in our live experience. It captures a lot more of what I might have missed in word or pictures.
So you see, we had a good time and enjoyed some great food at Little Ochie!
See also: The Riverside at Alligator Pond
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