The Beach Cafe
Relaxed and informal
Relaxed and informal and located right beside the sea, the Beach Café and Bar is a delightful lunch venue offering a choice of indoor or outdoor seating. It is the perfect place to head to after a morning on the beach, a deep sea fishing trip, a round of golf or energetic tennis match. Sitting here shaded by almond trees affords a bird's eye view of the beach as well as the ocean with regular entertainment provided by diving pelicans and other sea birds.
During the winter season, we offer dinner and dining on the beach terrace where gazing out across the ocean listening to the lap and wash of the waves is a truly magical experience.
The constantly changing menu which includes a choice of daily specials is created by our Executive Chef Salvatore Cusimano. Born in Palermo, Sicily, Salvatore has over twenty years culinary experience in Italy, France, Ireland, Egypt and Jamaica.The menus incorporate the fresh produce grown in our organic garden. Irrigated by water from our own mountain spring, the organic garden is tended by two specialized agricultural staff. It grows a wide variety of salad leaves, herbs, arugula, tomatos and other vegetables. Guests are welcome to visit the garden which is located at the end of Calypso Way which is at the bottom of Mahogany Drive.
We source our organic meats, particularly pork and chicken from Kew Park, an 18th century working farm in the neighbouring parish of Westmoreland and our eggs and dairy produce are delivered from an owner-run farm in our parish of Hanover.
Tryall is blessed with over fifteen species of fruit trees in profusion and these too are harvested into the fare that we offer. Mango season offers the chance to sample several different types of mango and the strange looking sour-sop fruits make a delcious, extremely healthy smoothie or sorbet.
During the high season, we also offer a Beach Grill with beach delivery service together with drinks from the adjacent Rum Bar.
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I can be away, but only for a while.”