We’ve just been voted winners of Jamaica’s Best Kept Secret at the Jamaica Observer’s Food Awards so you can imagine how big the smiles are this weekend amongst the Hotel Mockingbird Hill team.
Chef Anthony Reid said:
““The Jamaica Observer Food Awards, wow!!! This is where all the top restaurants in Jamaica showcase their talent. For me as the Chef at Hotel Mocking Bird Hill to win the award for the Best kept Secret is a magnificent feeling, to know that your hard work is recognized by people who appreciate fine dining and good quality food”.
On collecting the award Barbara, Hotel Mockingbird Hill Director proudly announced:
“The Jamaica Observer’s Best Kept Secret award is for a restaurant that’s under the radar which I suppose is true given the quality of our food and the total dining experience” and the few people who have found us so far. Hats off to Anthony Reid, ably supported by Junior Lyn. We hope that with the completion of the North Coast Highway more people will find their way here. In the meantime together with Anthony we will continue to work and create and improve (we have a few new ideas cooking in our heads) and maybe, one day Anthony will be selected as the Chef of the year –he really deserves it.
Since the North Coast Highway opened connecting Kingston to Port Antonio over half an hour has been knocked off the original journey. Now not only can the journey be considered a reasonable commute from Kingston, but after your drive you can look forward to dining at Mille Fleurs our restaurant and winner of Jamaica’s best kept secret. Staying at Hotel Mockingbird Hill and enjoying a Saturday night’s fine organic dining in the Mille Fleurs restaurant offers the perfect weekend getaway for those looking for a brief respite to indulge and recharge away from Kingston.
Read “where excellence is rewarded in full” The Jamaica Observer