The Reefs Offering ‘Sea & Farm-To-Table Dining’

June 23, 2015

The Reefs Resort & Club is introducing Aqua Terra, which they called a “sea and farm-to-table dining experience” that evokes the flavours of island life with dishes such as grilled octopus, rockfish, fish chowder and more.

Menu highlights include grilled octopus served with toasted farro, tomato confit, watercress; duo of veal served with warm pickled cabbage, parsnip puree, and sautéed chanterelle; beet root ravioli served with sweet pea, walnut, fennel beurre blanc; grilled rockfish served with crab fondue, swiss chard, grilled artichoke and fish chowder with sherry pepper and Black Seal Rum.


The company said, “The ethos of Aqua Terra is shaped in sustainability. The Reefs, a family-owned boutique resort, holds its farmers, fishermen, and purveyors to the highest standard, only using local sustainable products when available and importing the very best when needed. All products are World Friendly, no hormone, no antibiotics, and the freshest on the island.

“Aqua Terra’s opening culminates a year of innovative dining additions at The Reefs under Executive Chef Douglas Sisk, with nearly three decades of culinary expertise, including the unique experiences of cooking for Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, and the Prime Minister of Jamaica.


“Weekly exclusive chef’s tables highlight a seven-course meal with personally selected wine pairings and are consistent sell-out events. Each Tuesday brings the opportunity for a private tour of Wadson’s Farm, where guests can personally select their homegrown ingredients and enjoy a meal that evening personally prepared by Chef Sisk.

For more information or to make a reservation at The Reefs Resort & Club visit .


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  1. One word, “inviting” :-)

  2. Unbelievable says:

    Now get some lion fish on the plates!

  3. Safe & Sound says:

    Veal and octopus are most likely not local, so this is giving a slighly false impression IMHO. The other farm products mentioned later obviously are local and a great idea.

  4. Here…let me help…food on a plate!….food onah plate u byes!….hey erry body….food onnah plate!…..annit looks and smells guide!….de bye who cooked it cooks for a living!