A handful of humble little restaurants around town serve local food made fresh by their namesake owner and chef, though none is as popular as Tamara. Occupying a prized spot near the water yet still on the town’s main road, this open-air spot specializes in rice and beans (made with coconut milk) served with Caribbean-style chicken, fish, or meat dishes. The low, wooden picket fence that separates this place from the street is painted in the bold red, green, yellow, and black colors emblematic of the strong Jamaican influence and heritage of this coastline.