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Boston Jerk Center is an organic, literally home grown, natural mall focused around jerk cooking. It is focused around 7 jerk pits, but jerk, and associated foods, are not the only items for sale there. Fresh fruit juices, or even just fruit, and...more
Just wanted to check this place myself. It was good except for the boil corn which was hard as a rock. It was raining so had to make it quick. Will visit again. Fried parrot Fish a little expensive but good.
This spot is laden with persons trying to make money. 8 of 10 persons are actually working fro the same place. Ask to taste teh pork...or sample the pork...as they will say. Be careful to get the cost before you get the food, if money...More
Had a nice day driving through the country spent the day at reach falls.Decided to have lunch with the family stopped by Boston to grab a bite.Guy at little David sold me fish that was notgood.Felt totally disrespected but I didn't loose my cool as...More
You wouldn't think by looking at it or driving past but definitely some of the best cooked jerk (pork, beef, chicken) in Jamaica. Set in a row of shacks, each is roughly the same in terms of quality - so just pick any.
We had jerk chicken, jerk pork, conch stew, bread fruit, yam, sweet potato, lobster... Despite primitive conditions and questionable sanitary conditions the food was very good.
The prices however were not good and seemed to rise quickly after the orders were placed. I felt that...More
This jerk center is very popular and everyone is talking about it. So we thouhgt let's try it and get some jerk.
Already on the drive into the center many men tried to stop us and sell their food. We then decided for one place...More
I love... Love... LOVE the taste of the Jamaican jerk! Bought some Jerk Chicken and Festivals by the first booth on the left hand side when entering the compound which was amazing. There are a handful of vendors you can choose from. The environment was...More
We visited midday on a Sunday after a long day lounging at Frenchman's Cove (must see... look it up). There's several huts serving just about the same thing, but to get you to their shop, the men approach the vehicles. Don't be alarmed - a...More