The Regency Room Reopens
The Regency Room at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel has reopened for dinner.

The Regency Room, Kingston's most elegant dining room, reopened Thursday last for dinner. The award-winning establishment located at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel offers the regal white-glove and silver service that many have come to expect and enjoy on those very special occasions.

Expect those fave menu options like escargot, lobster thermidor, stuffed crab back, mussels and chateaubriand. Be surprised but heartened by the vegetarian options like Scotch bonnet polenta, the Terra Nova Thali and the Mushroom and Spinach Risotto and do leave space for the classics like flamed Crème Brûlée, Baked Alaska (for two) and the Hampden Rum Cake.

The wine list is pretty comprehensive and there's Champagne too, but the cocktails like the Regency French 75, the fresh lemon drop mocktail and Hampden Sour are an absolute must.

Reservations are advised.

The Regency Room

Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel

17 Waterloo Rd, Kingston 10

Tel: (876) 926 2211

Opening Hours: Thursday-Sunday

5:30 pm -10:30 pm.Last reservation at 9:00 pm

Fresh Oysters — pickled champagne strawberries.
Jerked Jackfruit Confit — jerked jackfruit, jackfruit bulb compote, sweet potato tostones
Grilled Lobster Thermidor — tender lobster morsels with creamy mushroom and cheese sauce, garlic mashed potatoes and garden vegetables (Karl Mclarty)
Amuse-Bouche — pan seared pesto scallops with baby tomatoes (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Regency French 75 Cocktail — St Remy Cognac, fresh lemon, simple syrup, sparkling wine, St Germain Elderflower liqueur (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Fresh Lemon Drop Mocktail (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Blue Mussels — mussels, white wine herb broth (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Catch of the Day —Pan seared snook in lemon butter sauce with a side of tournée potatoes and melange of grilled vegetables (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Beet, Citrus & Goat Cheese — roasted beet, creamed goat cheese, lime and garlic vinaigrette with fresh cracked pepper corn and roasted garlic.
Carrot and Tarragon — coconut cream and fried plantain chip (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Escargot — herbed garlic butter (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Spicy Stuffed Crab Back — flaky crab meat, Asian Slaw (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Terra Nova Thali — spicy curried eggplant, sweet brown rice with cumin, vegetable korma, oven roasted tomato choka, coconut chutney (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
The Flamed Crème Brûlée is a must-try!
Newly-weds Dr Carey Wallace, executive director, TEF, and his hotelier wife Vivene enjoyed a date night inside the Regency Room. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Children's book author Tamara Hill and her hubby Senator Aubyn Hill, minister of industry, investment and commerce, were also spotted enjoying a quiet dinner. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
The Regency Room is also the perfect place to host engagement parties. Just ask Christelle Harris and Matthew Hahn who recently celebrated theirs there. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
The Hussey family matriarch Ruth Hussey raises a toast with her beloved granddaughter Christelle Harris on her recent engagement. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
Sir Kenneth Hall and Lady Hall were delighted to return to dinner inside the Regency Room. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
The Regency Room is a great endroit to catch up with visiting gal pals. Just ask Food Awards judge Victoria Colahar (right) seen here with friends Alexa Hadeed (left) and Dora Lai.
Seafood Risotto — Creamy Arborio rice, grilled lobster, shrimp, scallops, mussels, parmigiano reggiano.

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