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Miss T's Kitchen Restaurant - Downtown Ocho Rios

by Andy Yee
(Vancouver Canada)

Miss T's Kitchen

Miss T's Kitchen

MIss T's Kitchen in downtown Ocho Rios is the best place for authentic Jamaican food with Miss T's own twist.


Ochi’s best kept culinary secret, Miss T’s Kitchen, is a rustic Jamaican restaurant and bar providing a selection of healthy, home-style Jamaican dishes and beverages in a unique, garden setting.

Miss T’s Kitchen is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week providing healthy affordable Jamaican food with table service, take-out and delivery.

The price, service, and location with ample parking and cool, quiet ambiance will make your visit an unforgettable one. The location, in a quiet cul-de-sac off Main Street in the heart of Ochi’s bustling town centre is a welcome oasis a stone’s throw from the clock.

Just ask anyone on the street and they will point the way! The innovative, “Jamaican-style” product of Miss T’s Kitchen combined with the rocking rhythms of Old Time Jamaican music sets the scene to bring you back to the good times.

The freshly-made, crispy plantain chips, country-style roast yam and salt fish, authentic spicy jerk chicken salad and rundung shrimp are just a few of the delights coming out of our kitchen.

Not to mention Miss T’s special oxtail and rice and peas and our famous curry goat.

If you want to get off the resort and sample some "real yu nu" Jamaican food, come visit Miss T's restaurant!


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Mar 31, 2019
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Miss T's Kitchen
by: Anonymous

I would also like to know exactly where this restaurant is located in Ochi. I will be going there soon and would like to visit.
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Yvonne, Canada

Please send phone number for this place.

Dec 13, 2015
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by: Anonymous

Where exactly in ocho are u and do u deliver??

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