Jamming in Accra!
There are significant similarities between Ghana and Jamaica with regards to food and eating habits. JAMROCK brings to you a taste of Jamaica in Ghana, fusing together dishes loved in both countries . With the classic favourites, Oxtail, Jerk pork & Jerk Chicken leading the menu!
|Venue name:||Jamrock Restaurant & Grill|
|Cross street:||Jungle Avenue|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun: 11:00 - 23:00|
Average User Rating
4.5 / 5
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Okay - so where do I start?
Visited Jamrock in October and was very impressed with everything about the restaurant.
So in true Jamaica style my review says:
Venue "tun up" elegant and well maintained
Food "tun up" delicious and generous portions - well worth the money
Ambience "tun up" the sweet reggae sounds was just at the right volume so we could have conversation
Decor "tun up" lovely to see the old proverbs and quotations, and was mega happy to see the picture of my favourite #BujuBanton amongst the greats
Customer service "tun up" - no screwface business here - the waiters and waitresses were so attentive and polite, in fact they set the standard for the litmus test of what good customer service should be!
And the Manager herself - the lovely Eliza "tun up"
All together Jamrock was well "tun up" and I will definitely be going back on my return to Ghana.
I was introduced to Jamrock whilst on a recent business trip in Accra. I was more than impressed, so much so that I made sure that I dined there a second time before catching my flight back to London. The food is exquisite and the staff were very friendly and attentive. I had the escovitch fish the first time around and jerk chicken on the second occasion. Both dishes were amazing and the jerk was very authentic. It's nice to know that whenever I feel home sick, I will be able to get real Jamaican food whenever I am in Ghana.