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Wednesday, February 01, 2017

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True foodies from Kingston to Montego Bay know the name Peppa. Indeed, once the name is mentioned it’s sure to evoke a few fond food memories. Whether from his stints at Coral Cliff, (yes, those Sunday brunches are still talked about), Chill Out Hut or privately catered events where guests speak in hushed, reverent tones about his grilled salmon, his fans still follow him.


Having opened his own eatery in March of last year, Bernard ‘Peppa’ Morrison has aptly dubbed it ‘Peppa’s Cool Spot.’ Located at Ramparts Close, just off Leaders Ave in Montego Bay, Morrison has seen his chill spot quickly become a must-do food spot in the second city.


With its cool, laid-back vibe, Peppa’s Cool Spot, quietly tucked away on a cul de sac, has the trappings of a food joint on the outskirts of the city as opposed to being smack in the middle of it (talk about location, location, location!).


With favourites such as steamed fish and bammy, grilled conch and lobster served against a rustic setting, Peppa’s Cool Spot is definitely one to add to your list of travel stops.



Thursday Life opened the doors of Peppa’s just for you; do take a look at what we found inside.

           

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