You’ll find plenty of Jamaican sun-ripened January tomatoes in this week’s menus, not only are they sweet and delicious, but they’re good for you too as they burst with antioxidants. We know many of our diners haven’t experienced the true flavour of a naturally ripened tomato since back in October, when the last of the crop was harvested in the Northern Hemisphere, so we hope you’ll try one of the dishes that showcases one of nature’s little pleasures.
Here’s a recent review of Mille Fleurs by Luca Gargano, one of the founders of the Slow Food Movement after a holiday in Port Antonio.
“After discovering Mille Fleurs Restaurant in Port Antonio I could not help myself but go there for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The main characteristic of the restaurant is its tireless sourcing of fresh, organic and traditional food. Excellent products are sourced and crafted into a culinary proposal for diners that changes every day, that reflects local cuisine and the roots of the hotel’s owners.
Breakfasts are unforgettable… indeed how can you forget the taste of eggs and milk that are not produced by industrial farms.”
Mille Fleurs Restaurant – fine dining in Port Antonio that supports the local community.
Availability & Booking
Dinner availability Friday 16th January, Saturday 17th January, Sunday 18th January, Monday 19th January, book your table by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +1 876-993-7267.
Check out our January Bar Offer