This month sees Half Moon, a luxury resort in Montego Bay, re-launch the Sugar Mill Restaurant, one of the most renowned fine dining establishments in Jamaica.
Serving up an array of authentic Jamaican dishes with a modern day twist, The Sugar Mill Restaurant is committed to delivering a zestful culinary experience, cultivating seasonal, locally grown produce from the resort’s herb and vegetable garden.
Nestled in an alcove beside a 17th century water mill, hidden behind ivy-bestrewn lattices, The Sugar Mill Restaurant overlooks the sprawling Half Moon Golf Course, and pristine white sands of the resort’s private, two-mile stretch of beach.
Renowned head chef Christopher Golding brings culinary flair and a wealth of gastronomic experience to the Sugar Mill kitchen, assiduously marrying natural island flavours and spices to create an alluring menu, bursting with Jamaica’s quintessential dishes.
Following its extensive refurbishment, the restaurant is also introducing a new charcoal cooking technique, with Jamaica’s only Josper charcoal broiler oven, introducing heady, smoky flavours into the dishes.
The Sugar Mill Restaurant drinks menu features a carefully curated selection of specialty rums aged to perfection, including Appleton Estate, said to be the oldest rum available in Jamaica.
Guests can also marvel at one of the region’s finest wine cellars, complementing an award winning wine list that boasts over 150 superb varieties of wine from across the globe.
Half Moon is located just ten minutes by car from Sangster International Airport.