FINE DINING under the stars has never been quite like this — dining on the sand beside the warm, blue Caribbean Sea, beneath a starlit sky.
From a fusion of Caribbean and international cuisine that includes mouth-watering seafood, and at the end a consensus that reinforces that Chef Daneann Minto’s coffee caramel cheese cake is absolutely to die for, the food is impeccably delicious.
Located in Prospect, just five minutes east of the resort town of Ocho Rios, Bamboo Beach Club is the ideal getaway, whether day or night, for fun, relaxation, fine food and zesty Caribbeaninspired cocktails.
With the addition of night dining, Bamboo Beach Club now widens its appeal to clients, local as well as visitors to the island.
Already, Bamboo Beach Club has developed a reputation for serving some of the best seafood on Jamaica’s north coast.
The restaurant’s Surf-n-Turf is also special, made with lamb and lobster, an exciting and delectable variation from the traditional steak and lobster dish.
You will be on a roll with their spring rolls — order a plate of three and you get served three flavours: chicken, fish and vegetable. Or try any of the other delectable items on the menu.
“And why be confined by four walls?” Chef Daneann Minto asked in jest.
She explained that to maintain that quality taste, Bamboo Beach Club uses the freshest local produce from organic farmers and the best catch from local fishermen.
“The food is reason enough for you to come, but the bonus is, you can dine under the stars, on the beach and be swayed by the rhythms of the waves and the entertainment that we provide.” It’s dining with a romantic flair. And what goes best with good food? Awesome ambience, of course! Imagine dining on a white sand beach underneath a starlit sky, with a heart warming bonfire in the background and the sound of the waves rushing at your feet. Tuna tartare.
Chocolate cherry cream crepe.
Jerked sausage and pineapple skewers with steamed callaloo.