Food

A Tasty Niche

Thursday, July 06, 2017

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The Seahorse Grill has carved out an enviable niche in the dining landscape of Montego Bay over its six years of operation. It is known for consistency in quality offerings and service, but its location is definitely the major draw.

Located inside the Montego Bay Yacht, the restaurant, the brainchild of renowned Executive Chef Robbie Joseph, has been serving up a wide array of ambrosial fare for locals and visitors alike, making it widely respected and revered.

“The Seahorse Grill was opened with the intention of offering Montego Bay another culinary option that was different from what is usually expected of restaurants. The menu was created with the purpose of giving potential customers a wide variety to choose from,” stated Robert Joseph Jr, director, Jamaica Prime Foods.

“We have weekly specials every night that give further price-conscious choices, two of which are quite popular: the Two- for-One Lobster or Shrimp Dinner Nights on Wednesdays and the Endless Buffet on Friday Nights. The Seahorse Grill has always been focused on providing a quality product and service to local citizens,” Joseph explained.

Joseph credits this approach as being very instrumental in maintaining a loyal local consumer base.

“We strive towards consistency as best as we can and we take the feedback by customers very seriously as this is the only way we can improve what we offer,” Joseph explained further.

“If you feel for something on a particular day, there is a chance that we have some variation of it on the menu or our chefs can create it for you. If you feel for pasta, seafood, steak, salads, filling appetizers such as quesadillas and grilled conch, we want everyone to find something they might like to try. We use fresh ingredients, especially herbs, as it makes a huge difference in the taste of our food,” Joseph added.

With a strong brand recognition and consistency in delivery, this has led to expansion of the offerings by the restaurant.

“Our catering arm, Robbie Joseph Catering, has become a big part of our business as we provide tailor-made catering services to fit each client's budget, both on location at the Seahorse Grill or offsite at a venue of the client's choice,” Joseph added further.

“We would just like to say a big thank you to our staff and team members for all their work and dedication to the company. We would also like to say an even bigger thank you to our customers as, without you giving us a chance, none of this would be a reality. In business those two groups of people are the two most important and we are grateful for them,” Joseph concluded.

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