Allwyn's is indeed not any typical bakery. The bread shop offers a menu of Caribbean delights such Jerk Pork, chicken, patties, and coco bread.
Restaurants/ Fast Food
Brick Stone Pizza in downtown Kingston offers New York style thin, regular and whole-wheat crust pizza. Prices are reasonable and you can get a variety of toppings like pepperoni, ham, bacon, jerk sausage, seafood, vegetarian and Hawaiian. Calzones and lasagna are also on the menu. 150 East Street, Kingston 854-1384
Burger King came to Jamaica in 1985 and opened its first restaurant in Ocho Rios. Since then, the popular fast food chain has opened 18 other restaurants island-wide. The chain does well here although McDonalds did not fare as well and left a few years ago.
These are a few locations in Kingston:
Chester's offers breaded fried chicken served with breaded potato wedge and other side orders.
This family owned Mexican restaurant chain has two locations in Montego Bay on the Hip Strip and in Kingston on Hope Road. It has developed an outstanding reputation for its fantastic menu of "Jamexican" meals, music and a wide selection of delectable beverages. It's a great place to eat, drink and unwind in a relaxed atmosphere.
Delicatessen and restaurant, also catering. Featuring Cafe Blue Coffee.
Domino's offers a variety of pizzas and other great products. Its main mission is to serve great tasting pizza delivered straight to your door. It is a popular retail chain in Jamaica.
House of Loaves is a Food Truck that pops up around the city of kingston. They specialize in fast, gourmet street food, their menu is often inspired by the Chefs eclectic multicultural themes: Mac & Cheese Thursdays, Tex Mex Tuesdays and Korean Taco Day. You will also find savory Jamaican staples available for breakfast and lunch. They also cater and appear at special events.
Jamaica's own jerk flavours and unique seasonings are a feature in this ever-popular restaurant chain. Island grill is a favourite island wide, offering everything from jerk chicken to burgers to fried fish and bammy. It's a one stop island flavour spot.