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RW 2018 | Whitebones Seafood - a rustic experience in the heart of Kingston

Published:Thursday | November 8, 2018 | 12:00 AMLatara Boodie/Gleaner Writer
Steak Tenderloin & Shrimp.

Another staple on The Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week, Whitebones Seafood is known for its eclectic, rustic garden setting and great-tasting seafood with a variety of styles at affordable prices. Whitebones has perfected its delectable experience and established a savoury array of mouth-watering delights over the years. "People love the food here, that is why they keep coming back," said Richard Elliot, part owner of Whitebones Seafood.


Here are 5 facts about Whitebones Seafood


1. The restaurant has themed areas - Oasis, Hideaway, Front Garden, Back Garden, as well as a private meeting room.

2. The location is great. It's at a major intersection at Mary Brown's Corner, a very busy thoroughfare for persons going in any direction, so it's very central. The ambience is rustic, with an eclectic feel, and lush garden setting. Wherever you sit, you get a different feel.

3.The staff are dedicated and hard-working. They realise the importance of teamwork and that they need each other to be successful, and they realise that it's about customer service.

4.The · la carte menu offers the freshest seafood items: fish, conch, lobster, oyster, shrimp and crab, all cooked with love and authentic Jamaican herbs. Vegetarian and Italian dishes are also offered, along with steak.

5. Richard Elliott and Jacqueline Wilson-Elliott have been partners forever. Whitebones was his dream and they work well together. This teamwork required a lot of investment and is one of their most prized possessions.

The two must-try dishes for this Restaurant Week includes; the steak tenderloin and shrimp or steak tenderloin and lobster which consists of a fire grilled fillet of beef topped with lobster or shrimp and their signature dish - chicken, shrimp & fish delight, made with seafood and meat cooked to perfection.

1 Mannings Hill Rd (Mary Brown's Corner)