A hole in the wall, but really great food and service. 5 course @ Dicki's was a great treat. All fresh fruits,fish and veggies.
1 - 10 of 63 reviews
My family and I were staying in Portland and looking for a place to have breakfast. We called Dickie and he said it was $25 a plate, three course breakfast, and asked my husband if he had heard of cereal? He was offputting from the...More
We went here after reading the reviews. We found it easy to find, on a bend on the main road heading West out of Port Antonio. You will not leave hungry! The portions very generous and the food is good honest local cooking. Don't expect...More
Having passed the place at least 6 times in either direction we still never discovered where exactly it is situated If that is intentional it is ok They may be very private people not even a name on the door and they only want customers...More
i have lived in port antonio on and off for 30 years and never visited. it was a real surprise. a rustic place with linen and champagne glasses. order your meal in advance. breakfast brunch or supper. Menu?? Today Dickie just said what do you...More
We went there for dinner with another couple our 2nd day in Jamaica, per their driver's recommendation, and had the most DELICIOUS dinner, of 5 courses. The shrimp appetizer cooked in a fresh tomato was so good, the omelet with callalou, a local leafy green...More
I have been to dine twice lunch and dinner an awesome experience . A secret for sure when you do not know what is being prepared and then a meal of meals. A must try.
My colleague and I having read the wonderful reviews and some positive word a mouth decided to have dinner at Dickies Best Kept secret. Upon reaching the location we was met by lady who bought us down some winding steps and ask us to sit....More
Our driver suggested we have dinner at Dickie's for Jamaican fare, and we were glad we did. The experience is so unique and possibly nothing you will ever experience again. Dickie and his wife have built their restaurant into a cliff overhanging the water, where...More