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Posted by LONGGGGGG Wait on 04/21/2008
Went for drinks and dinner. Restaurant was absolutely packed and they do not take reservations. Ambiance was excellant although the staff seemed to be taking their sweet old time and was not in a rush to seat us at all. Considering we waited almost 2 hours for a table, staff members should have been racing around the restaurant trying to make turnovers as quick as possible. Food was good a bit pricey but overall decent. I'd def. go again but not on a Friday night.
Posted by Nice Atmosphere on 02/27/2008
I have been here a number of times and i enjoy it everytime. It is a bit pricey but the food and drinks are worth it
Posted by crazyboots on 01/10/2008
Our waiter was very knowledgeable about all manner of Caribbean cuisine. "truejamacan" didn't even know how to spell "Sorrel."
Posted by Give it a try, it you have the time on 12/30/2007
I their defense, I must say that members of my group were very late. Still, Negril must be more flexible on their seating policy! Negril absolutely will not seat you if members of your party are not present. PERIOD. The hostess is rude. The restaurant needs a new manager that is better equipped to deal with a high volume establishment. He and his workers just seem to get exasperated on a Fri/Sat night. The food is good, the drinks are great, the atmosphere is nice and romantic, its big enough for a group, and the downstairs lounge can be fun on a good night. Try it out but if you come with lots of ppl, expect to spend some time....
Posted by Anonymous on 10/19/2007
I went to Negril Village this past summer to celebrate a friend's birthday. We made reservations but still had to wait 45 minutes to be seated. Service was ok, we had track down the waiter for a good portion of the evening. The food was delicious, but what kind of West-Indian/Caribbean restaurant does not have black cake on the menu? The lounge has a lot to be desired, it's just a smaller version of the main dining area with a tiny dance floor. For a party of 13, our bill came to almost $900!! (food, drinks, and gratuity). My advice, save your money.
Posted by TruJamaican on 09/19/2007
As Born and Raised Jamaican woman, I anticipated great West Indian flavor seeing the the cost was out of this world. I was highly disappointed and not to mention when I quizzed my waiter about the food, he didn't know a damn thing. I am sorry but I refuse to visit a Caribbean establishment that doesn't have knowledgeable staff working there. Seeing that the donkey waiter didnt know what SORRELL was, I decided to go home and make it my bloody self. The only surprise was that the chef actually took the time to trim the Oxtails of fat. Any West Indian would know that this is critical.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/29/2007
negril is my favorite restaurant i must say......as a child Negril was one of the most visited restaurants by my family as we went out every weekend for good quality time. I don't know where some of these negative comments come from because the service at Negril is great, I love the diversity of the waiters there and the kind demenor they carry...it is very impressive and is the reason why they are not only just "waiters" but are also our friends. these are people that WANT to actually work and enjoy what they're doing. i love negril so much and although i am no long a little child going out with my parents to Negril on our "family weekends" i continue to drag my father to Negril just to remember what it was like back in the day because it truly makes me feel happy inside. Negril is the best! p.s. the best jerk chicken is served here! period.