Since 2009, Anna-Kay Tomlinson has brought culinary flair and fresh local ingredients to classic Jamaican cooking at her relaxed garden spot on a cul de sac off Main Street. Call it refined country cooking served at brightly painted wooden tables on a shaded patio.

She’s famous for her curried goat and her oxtail stew with butter beans and carrots, though she also does the classics—fried snapper, jerk chicken, and grilled lobster (which tips the price scales at $28)—and mixes things up with culturally complimentary cuisines, like crossing Jamaican and Thai spices in her Jam-Thai seafood pasta, or filling an Indian roti with curried goat, plantain strips, and sweet Jamaican slaw.  Also good: The curry goat patty with mango chutney; Red Stripe seafood mix of shrimp, octopus, and mussels; and a curry goat wrap (curry goat filet, fried plantain, grilled lobster, and plantain chips wrapped in French bread).