'From Di Sea, To Yuh belly!'
(Photo: Karl Mclarty)

Located at 7 Grosvenor Terrace, Sea Krave is known for its delicious seafood dishes. The restaurant was founded by Shenell Hogg, who is a passionate lover of seafood and was gifted a boat for her birthday, which inspired her to open the restaurant after receiving her fishing licence.

Sea Krave offers an uncommon dining experience with a welcoming ambiance and relaxing atmosphere. The al fresco setting is conducive to the seafood menu options allowing guests to enjoy the fresh air breeze while savouring their meals.

What's on the menu? A wide variety of seafood dishes, including classic favourites like fish and chips and grilled lobster (seasonal) shrimp, conch and fritters, which are prepared using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients, ensuring that each bite is bursting with flavour.

Apart from offering exceptional food, Sea Krave also affords exceptional service. The staff is knowledgeable, courteous, and attentive, going above and beyond to ensure that guests have an enjoyable dining experience. Be prepared for the chef to offer recommendations while the servers help guests in navigating the menu.

In addition to its regular menu, Sea Krave also offers special deals every last Wednesday for Crab Night.

The restaurant's tagline "From di sea, to yuh belly!" is taken seriously by Shenell Hogg and her team.

Check them out and let us have your feedback.

Principal Shenell Hogg (third left) shares the frame with team members (from left) Marketing and Operations Manager Christina Wright, Head Chef Carl McIntosh, Chef O'Neil Tuner, waitress Marsha Fisher, Chef Alex Howard, and Supervisor/Chef Dadrie Johnson. Karl Mclarty
Waitress Marsha Fisher presents fried snapper. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Brown stew fish (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Chef Jamar Johnson fries bammies (left) and green plantains. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
The flavourful fish tea (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Coconut steamed bammy (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Coconut curried snapper fish (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Garlic shrimp (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Garlic shrimp with sides of bammies and festivals (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Roast conch (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards judges in relax mode at Sea Krave. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards Chair Novia McDonald-Whyte (centre)is flanked by Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards judges (back row) Matthew Hogarth, Oneal Johnson, Adolph Raynor, Karl Tulloch, Christopher Reckord and Professor Lloyd Waller and (front row from left)) Billie Jean Constantine Tulloch, Patricia Henry, Stacy Belnavis, Pauline Edie, Annaliesa Lindsay and Josina Jackson.The evening's special guest judge Leandra Lee Daneilla McKenzie
Chef Dadrie Johnson prepares the brown stew snapper. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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