M10 dishes flavour at new location on Red Hills Road
We heard from a very good source that there’s a new restaurant on Red Hills Road bearing the same name as one famous for delivering an authentic Jamaican dining experience. So let’s take a trip North West to the recently developed food mecca for the ‘home sweet home’ flavours of M10.
76 RHR Business Centre is home to a series of eateries. But M10 Bar and Grill is set to star the show with its new location and delicious menu selections.
With both indoor and outdoor dining, the inside gives guests a cosy meets sophisticated appeal, while the outside gives gastronomes the pleasure of al fresco dining with a stunning view of mountains and at night, shining stars, and sparkling city lights.
Branching out in appetisers, the mackerel run down bruschetta was truly a work of art, visually and palatably speaking. Entertaining the taste buds with familiar flavour were crowd favourites curried goat and oxtail and beans.
The tender and juicy barbecue spare ribs with garlic mashed potatoes and steamed vegetables will have you beckoning for more. No need to take a trip to the beach: you can get the same great taste of escoveitched fish and fried bammy in the city. The chicken strips and fries are a welcoming selection for children or those looking to have a light meal. And if you’re a fan of comfort food, the fried chicken and macaroni and cheese duo will resonate in your heart and fill your stomach as you indulge.
DRINKS FROM THE BAR
Are there any drink lovers here by any chance? Well, once you enter M10 doors, mixologist Antonio Barnett is more than happy to lift your spirits. After blending, shaking, and stirring, he served the likes of Exotic Blue, the M10 Sangria, and Midday Sunset to sip responsibly. Compliments to Appleton for jazzing up the indoor and semi-outdoor bar.
Marketing Consultant for M10, Suzanne Hendricks, explained that having this incredible opportunity to provide tantalising taste treasures for new and returning foodies on this side of the world was an offer that owner Marvin Tenn could not refuse.
The reception since opening doors unofficially has been great thus far. “Everybody loves the fact that this M10 is by Red Hills Road. They don’t have to drive to Vineyard Town. And they can get their curried goat, oxtail, and roasted fish at this location,” Hendricks said.
So how do the eateries differ and remain similar in experience? The menu at Red Hills Road comes with more appetisers. And unlike Vineyard Town, where the dishes for dinner aren’t available until 3 or 3:30 p.m., fish, seafood and grilled items are on hand from opening time at the Red Hills Road location.
“What makes them similar is the great taste. It’s still there and it remains consistent; nothing has changed. But we are focusing on the lifestyle and entertainment element of business. So between Thursdays to Sundays, we will be having a rave or an oldies night, with different disc jockeys coming in and playing each night. We have expanded our cocktails menu to complement the nightlife as well,” she said.
Keen on listening to customers and respecting their feedback, the team offers local dishes from Tuesdays to Sundays, much to the delight of tourists and yardies from abroad seeking island flavour at its finest. With a wide variety on cue, the menu stays true to delivering different dishes on specific days.
With the restaurant officially launching tonight, the hope is that Jamaicans will come out and explore a lifestyle adventure like no other.