Not only is it known for its excellent customer service, unique product offering and breathtaking landscape, but Dolphin Cove, Ocho Rios also gets top marks for the meals provided at its restaurants.
After an exciting swim with the dolphins, sharks or stingrays, visitors to Dolphin Cove can enjoy laidback dining in the distinctive environment that only this attraction can provide.
Ensuring the quality of the meals are Food and Beverage manager, Ian Gardner and Executive Chef, Glenroy Gordon who, between them, have more than 50 years’ experience in the field.
“Dolphin Cove provides native and authentic dishes which are prepared using our own tested recipes,” Gardner says. “We have a first-class chef who goes the extra mile to ensure that meals are created and served at a standard that satisfies the discerning guest.”
Famous for its delectable jerked chicken and jerked pork, the aroma from which piques your appetite and their lip-smacking sauce - under its own private label - that sends taste buds into overdrive, Dolphin Cove’s flavourful offerings will satisfy any palette. Other items worthy of note are the rice & peas and the Escoveitch Fish. Also available at Dolphin Cove are cheese burgers, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, breaded cheese sticks, potato wedges and chicken nuggets.
Visitors have the option of enjoying their culinary delights at a number of locations around the property.
With a seating capacity of 90, the Pirate’s Village restaurant overlooks the dolphin and shark lagoons and provides a spectacular view of the Caribbean Sea. Guests will enjoy the ambiance of hearing the laughter and screams of delight from participants doing their activities. This atmosphere makes for a very enjoyable lunch.
Eating under the Palapa – a thatched-roof, open-sided restaurant - takes guests back to the time of the native Indians who probably enjoyed their meals along the edge of the Caribbean Sea in much the same way. Refuge is provided from the hot sun while the cool sea breeze caresses the backs of diners as they enjoy the succulent lobster and other fabulous feasts while relaxing reggae music plays in the background.
So, on your next visit to Dolphin Cove, don’t forget to make a stop at the restaurants and accentuate your day with a wonderful meal.
Author: Roger Kerrwww.jamaicanewsbulletin.com