Authentic Jamaican food, really tasty and at a reasonable price. Shouldn't be missed. Go early in your vacation as you will be sure to return. Photo shows Oxtail with includes extras.
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We ate breakfast here with our six month old daughter. Service was fast and friendly. The ackee and salt fish was delicious. Served with breadfruit, plantain, dumpling and calaloo. A nice, unpretentious place to eat a good, affordable meal.
We were staying next door at the Rockhouse and wanted something a little different. We ended up at Sips & Bites twice it was sooooooo good! Ms Brown was terrific and accomodating. The food was amazing! While we were eating, we saw many locals come...More
Best breakfast hands down while in Jamaica. A taxi driver recommended Sips and Bites for breakfast. Ackee and Saltfish, callaloo, Johnny Cake, plantain, yam, eggs, and Blue Mountain Coffee! The wonderfully warm, pleasant lady running the place made my wife and I feel at home....More
'Go where the taxi drivers eat,' is reliable wisdom in Jamaica - and we saw them each of the three times we went to Sip+Bites. I loved the small vegetable soups we got before our meals (free) - some of the best soup we had...More
If you want authentic Jamaican food, that tastes like home cooking- made by your gran, or who ever you associate with delicious home cooking, then you absolutely must have lunch at Sips and Bites. My only regret is that we did not have time for...More
if you are hungry, go there!! the plates are big and the food is delicious. we stayed not far from this place when in Negril and we wen't twice. both time was great. Not expensif and the staff is really friendly.
When the locals are there, you know you have found a gem. Very good home cooked food at reasonable prices on the West end. We have eaten thee many times in the 15 years of visiting Negril and have never been disapointed.
We only dined here once for breakfast but I wish I could have come more often. The portion was large and the price was reasonable. The breakfast callaloo omelet came with fruit, toast, a fried pastry, and jam. We were the only tourists at the...More
located in the west end of negril. family run. I like to eat at many places while in negril but I always come to sips and bites most. super friendly.