Many locals frequent the Sweet Spot as well as tourists. I had ackee & saltfish which was AMAZING! I had a small order of kidney and my plate was empty. Great price and ambience.
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First time trying curried goat. Was good and prices were reasonable. Would definitely return and try more authentic Jamaican food.
4 of 10 mornings I ate here last week. Reasonable rates for great basic food. More locals than tourist. The coconuts are ice cold so the water is very refreshing, not like what you get on the beach. Ladies that work there are sweethearts.
Had Ackee/saltfish with provisions. Best Jamaican breakfast in the area. I was beginning to think the only food I could get with real flavor was jerk chicken. This place had all of the cariibean favorites with true flavor.
Went back to visit CC and her mom...food is good but the price has gone up since the last visit, I assume because it was a busy season and dream weekend. A fist was priced at $30.00 USD. but nice food and I love CC.
We stopped here on our way to Rick's Cafe and were glad we did. The food is delicious and fairly inexpensive. The fresh coconuts were a nice treat on a hot day (no air conditioning, but we liked the outdoor atmosphere). The rice was pretty...More
I went to Sweet spot twice while on vacation. The fried chicken was good but the rice and peas were horrible. The girl at the front desk was not friendly at all.
We stayed in Jamaica for 10 days and this was usually our choice destination for breakfast. The food was always fresh and delicious and it was prepared quickly. It is reasonably priced and a lot of good for the price that you are paying. The...More
I stopped at Sweet Spot with my family on 6-14-17. The food menu is typically written on a blackboard but without prices except for 1 item (oxtail $1,400). The juice menu is similarly written on the blackboard but contains prices in Jamaican dollars. I have...More