Popped in here to get a quick lunch, great friendly service, nice healthy food wich can be rare in Jamaica, bit pricey for what it was but definatly worth visiting.
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Among the best vegan food you will find on the planet. The chef is a true master of his craft and just and extraordinary person, we could have spent all day with him... I really can't explain how great the food was, I just want...More
This tiny, little place is the rave of the Rastas as well as the low budget tourists. All organic soup, breadfruit and other delights as the season changes. An excellent for a couple’s lunch. You might have to walk to the local shop to get...More
You can always tell great food by whether it's visited by the locals - the first day we tried to visit, there was no food left! Shadrach, the owner, promised to save us a spot for the next day. True to his word, we ate...More
This is vegan food at its finest! We've never had anything quite like it. While in Jamaica, we were looking for a clean, healthy meal that would "power" us through our adventures, but we didn't want to sacrifice taste. Ras Rody did not disappoint. In...More
This was one of the best dining experiences I've had... And I travel a lot! Not only the amazing vegan food, but the conversation as well. Providing us with coutural background on the dishes and where all the vegetables cane from.
This is a roadside stand on West End road. It is completely worth a stop, or even a trip if you have an interest in trying Ital food or are a vegetarian. We got soup and a selection of delicious curries with veggies and TVP...More
We are not vegetarian, but were recommended the place which is opposite the Tensing Pen. We tried it and we just loved it. The colors, the textures, the nice chats with Kachina... It was really special. Fresh, tasty, unexpected. A great lesson of Jamaican cuisine.
Shadrock was super friendly and helpful. His food was delicious and very well made. He has pride in what he does and grows most of his ingredients on his organic farm. A small red food stand across from Tensing Pen resort, worth a stop.
Researching for our trip to Negril, I came upon Ras Rody's and thought my vegetarian mother and I (not vegetarian) should go have some lunch and try the food based on the excellent reviews. I wasn't convinced, thinking the food was probably going to be...More