Food & Travel πŸ’•

My Jamaican Food Experience
Vacationing in Jamaica is always an awesome experience. From the beautiful and exotic locations, to the absolutely mouth-watering cuisine, Jamaica always leaves you coming back for more. On this trip, I ventured out to places like Fort Clarence Beach and Little Ochi Seafood Restaurant in St. Elizabeth, Puerto Seco Beach,as well as stopping by other hotspots in Kingston like Devon House and Cafe Blue in the famous Blue Mountains.

Had this delicious “Power Salad” at Fromage in Kingston
My favorite part about going to Jamaica, besides hanging out with my “besties”, is the culture and the multicultured inspired foods. The island’s abundance of naturally grown fruits; like watermelon, pineapples, guavas and plums are always within reach, no mater where you are on the island.

The mixture of authentic flavours from Jamaican, French, Spanish and, even Indian cuisines, is also something,you can only find in “The Land Of Wood And Water”. Here are some of dishes I sampled this summer in Jamaica.

I also had steamed Bammy, Jerk and Steamed Fish at Little Ochi, St Elizabeth :

Also enjoyed this Coconut Curry Shrimp with Coconut Rice

My favorite deserts were my Passion Fruit Cheesecake and Bluemountain Coffee at Cafe Blue

Overall I will give my food experience to Jamaica 5 β­οΈβ­οΈβ­οΈβ­οΈβ­οΈπŸ‡―πŸ‡²
Checkout some of my favorite dishes from my trips to London and Venice
Some of my ‘favs’ from my favorite food spot, Borough Market in London, and from the Roofdeck restaurant at Selfridges London.
This signature Hot chocolate made with St. Lucian Rum #yummy

Best Paella ever!

An assortment of fudges

An assortment of French Macaroons

And then the food I could not resist in Venice Italy:

Authentic Italian Pizza


Spaghetti with Mussels and Shrimp


Mussels and Garlic Bread

Yummy Tart

Most of all the Ricotta E Pistachio dessert was the BOMB.comπŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯
Come back soon for more food photos from mytravels.😍