Little Ochi Seafood Restaurant overlooks the black sand of Jamaica’s south coast shoreline to present laid back, “get-away from the city” life. They offer fresh from the sea, lobster, shrimp and fish, cooked and served with a choice of steaming hot bammies. Its annual Seafood Festival is an essential event for seafood lovers. The quiet, almost Bohemian character of our south coast makes Little Ochi a popular respite for the weary.
- Address: Alligator Pond, Manchester, Jamaica
- Phone: 876-965-4450
- Website: http://www.littleochie.com/
- Hours: 9 a.m. to whenever the last customer leaves
- Prices: Fish priced by weight. Figure about $10-15 for lunch.
What started out as every seafood lovers secret place in Alligator pond, Manchester, is now an internationally known ‘great place to eat’.
Alligator Pond is a fishing village on the southwestern coast of Jamaica in the parish of Saint Elizabeth.
Unlike the tourist-oriented coasts in the northern part of the country, Alligator Pond’s shoreline is as much about work as play; here fishermen launch their boats to catch some of the island’s best-regarded fish while women conduct the wholesale business of the catch. Weather-worn cookshops and bars line the sand’s edge, supplying food staples such as curried goat and Red Stripe beer.