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Delicous and tasty offerings at Board Walk

Published:Thursday | August 10, 2017 | 12:10 AMRasbert Turner
Fish soup is also available at Board Walk.
Fried fish ready to satisfy.
Bammy being fried at Board Walk.
Brown stewed fish at Board Walk in Portmore, St Catherine.

A visit to the Board Walk Restaurant and Bar on Seaforth Boulevard in Fort Clarence, St Catherine, brings you up close and personal with nature.

The venue's rustic setting coupled with good tasting dishes, entertainment and a captivating scenic view of the Caribbean Sea adds to the allure.

When Food visited the location recently, our senses were aroused by the alluring aroma of freshly cooked dishes. Chef Romeo 'Denny' Sirjue was seen stoking an open flame under a pot with a fish sizzling inside. Among the dishes being prepared for anxious guests were brown stewed and steamed fish. Sirjue told Food that while fish is king, there are other dishes that are available on order. "Yes, whatever the patron wants to eat we will get it for them. I love to cook and these dishes at the Board Walk are very special - a good place for dining," Sirjue said.

Proprietor Roger Davis told Food that he acquired the venue five years ago, and it is still a work in progress.

"We started here and gradually we have evolved into the top seafood place on the south coast, and the aim is to be the best in Jamaica. We also intend to expand our offering to include breakfast," Davis said.