When it comes to food, Jamaica has its own very unique culture. Jamaica’s cuisine is spice-based.  Jamaican dishes are usually made up of steamed or fried vegetables, rice, and a serving of meat. Once you have finished your meal, you can end things with delicious blue Mountain coffee or a serving of rum. You will find countless Indian, Japanese, and Chinese restaurants that serve vegetarian dishes in Jamaica. Because of Jamaica’s large Rastafarian population that does not eat meat; there are plenty of restaurants for vegetarians to choose. Most hotels in Jamaica offer tourists a chance to taste Jamaica’s cuisine by offering various local dishes such as curry goat, jerk chicken, jerk pork and various other plates. If you venture off the hotel, you will find plenty of restaurants that take pride in their romantic, candlelit ambiance as well as their white glove service.

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