After our shore excursion to raft on the Martha Brae, we were hungry for lunch. The four of us headed to the cruise pier gates and asked the guard how to get to Man Power. She took us there herself. So nice even though it was just straight up the first street. Locals were busy eating lunch, but kindly offered their seats to us as there are only two small tables inside. We said we'd like takeaway instead, so they suggested a combo of the daily specials for $7. There was rice & beans, a lovely curry as well as a dish with plant based meat. All delicious. Everyone was so nice and all the locals on the street commented on how we were eating Jamaican food. Definitely go check out the local food if you are in port at Falmouth.Pros: delicious vegan Jamaican, nice people, close to cruise pier
I was in Famoulth and try to get there, but it s only for the cruise tourists. Sad...
We were heading to Falmouth, Jamaica as a cruise ship stop and checked the internet to see if there were any veg restaurants nearby. We found a blog entry about Man-Power and decided to look for it when we were in town so we could add it to Happy Cow. We didn't have to do any searching, it's merely steps away from the entrance gate at the pier. Simply exit the gate and walk up the liveliest street you see, it's about a half-block up.
Man-Power is a simple restaurant with friendly staff and a variety of dishes. Judging by the people buzzing in and out, it's popular with the locals. We couldn't decide on one dish so the lady working suggested we each get a take-away dish with all the day's specials in it. For about $5 we each got the small container and it was stuffed full of deliciousness. The meal filled us up to the gills.
I highly recommend Man-Power if you're ever in Falmouth. Just because you're on a cruise where the food is free, don't hesitate to get some local fare and support a vegan restaurant. You won't be allowed to bring the food back on the ship so find a spot to eat where you can watch the locals in action. You can also squish into the restaurant to eat but only if you're in a group of less than three or four people. It really serves more as a take-out counter.Pros: Delicious vegan food, Affordable, Friendly staff
Cons: Limited seating
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