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NORMA'S ON THE TERRACE
Devon House
26 Hope Rd.
Kingston
Tel: 876-968-5488

The Terrace in question belongs to the elegant National Heritage Trust great house, built in 1881 by one of the first black millionaires in the Caribbean, while Norma is Norma Shirley—arguably the most famous chef in the West Indies. This impressive pedigree adds up to the fanciest dinner in Kingston.

QUEEN OF SHEBA
56 Hope Rd.
Kingston
Tel: 876-978-0510

A must-try for any reggae fan, mon: Eat just like Bob Marley did in his bamboo-roofed former home that's now the Marley Museum. The Ethiopian food is simple, but the vibe is intense.

NORMA'S ON THE BEACH
Sea Splash Resort
Norman Manley Blvd.
Negril
Tel: 876-957-4041
seasplash.com

This boutique hotel's restaurant bears Norma Shirley's name and, more importantly, her Nuevo Caribbean ideas. Local chef Rohan Granston does Norma proud with his treatment of her menus. The setting, on the ocean's edge, is perfect for preprandial sunset cocktails.

ROCKHOUSE RESTAURANT AND BAR
West End Rd.
Negril
Tel: 876-957-4373

For imaginative nouvelle Jamaican food, head for this cliff-top restaurant above Pristine Cove: Menu highlights include the lobster enchiladas and blackened mahimahi with mango chutney. A thatched roof, a reggae sound track, a good wine list, and a hip staff make this one of the nicest places for dinner in the west.

TOSCANINI'S
Harmony Hall
Tower Isles on Rte. A3
Ocho Rios
Tel: 876-975-4785
harmonyhall.com

This picturesque 19th-century manse with white gingerbread trim houses an exemplary Italian restaurant run by expat Lella Ricci and her chef brother Pierluigi. Can't bear to leave? Ask the restaurant's owners about their adorable, funky timber Cottage at Te Moana for rent nearby.

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