Jamaican bloggers “Two Sisters and a Meal” feature Aunt May’s
Island Potluck at Aunty May’s – Hellshire Beach
Tessanne Chin, winner of the ‘The Voice’ season five, mentions Aunt May’s as her favorite place to eat in Jamaica
“EAT: Hellshire Beach at Aunt May’s – fried fish and escovitch with festival and bammy.DRINK: My sister’s house! We always having a great time there. STAY: Hmm, can’t choose just one but I absolutely loved Jamaica Inn. It was so peaceful, quiet and beautiful.”
Aunt May’s Crisp Festival Was the Best!
“Kerry-Ann’s family, including her mischievous nonagenarian grandmother, who wore a broad-brimmed black hat that seemed permanently affixed to her head, reveled in the disagreement that unfolded as we discussed island food traditions. “Why is an avocado called a pear?” Kerry-Ann asked. Because it is shaped like a pear, her family answered. “But then why do Jamaicans call a pear an apple?” she countered. At least everyone agreed on one thing: The crisp festival that Bradford learned at Aunt May’s was the best.”
The Globe Getter! Travel Blogger Tausha’s 5 favourite places to eat in the world. Aunt May’s is #1.
“Every time my family is in Kingston, one thing we must do is visit Hellshire Beach to enjoy some lobster, fried fish, festival (a cornmeal fritter with a slightly sweet taste) and bammy (cassava flatbread). There is a lot of frying involved but it’s never greasy or heavy, and though there are a ton of options to choose from at Hellshire Beach, Aunt May’s is my favorite. The food here is always flavorful and a great value.”
Travel Channel Rev Run – Top 5 things to Do When You Visit Jamaica – Aunt May’s at Hellshire Beach is Number 2
Nigel Spence: Making the Trip to Jamaica’s Hellshire Beach
“This nondescript, out-of-the-way, quiet pristine beachfront boasts some of the freshest, tastiest, most simply prepared seafood you will find on the face of the earth…You will be further convinced once you sink your teeth into the flesh of a perfectly fried Red Snapper or Parrotfish, accompanied by crisp yet tender Festival or Fried Bammy. As I sat down at “Aunt May’s” Kitchen and Rum Shop devouring my fried fish and freshly-prepared lobster…