Sandals Royal Caribbean Opens Two New Restaurant Concepts

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Sandals Resorts is expanding its dining options at Sandals Royal Caribbean, located in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The two new restaurant concepts – Spices and Bombay Club – are now officially open, bringing the total number of dining venues up to 20 at Sandals Royal Caribbean and the neighboring Sandals Montego Bay.

Spices serves up Pan-Caribbean favorites for an authentic island restaurant experience. Guests can eat here for breakfast or lunch, with constantly changing buffet themes and made-to-order options. At night, guests can indulge in dishes infused with popular Caribbean spices like pimento, nutmeg and cinnamon. The restaurant also has a Robert Mondavi Twin Oaks wine selection and premium liquors.  

At the same time, the brand introduced Indian fare with the popular Bombay Club to Sandals Royal Caribbean. As the brand’s exclusive Indian restaurant, Bombay Club offers a selection of dishes such as Shrimp Pakoras and Butter Chicken, along with vegan and vegetarian options, like the aloo gobhi and the vegetable bullets.

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Good to know: 90 percent of all food offerings are locally sourced. 

In other Sandals news, Sandals and Beaches Resorts have partnered with PADI to host Dive-in with PADI. The first Dive-in with PADI event will take place at Beaches Turks & Caicos from January 13-17, 2020, followed by Sandals Grande St. Lucian from August 14-20, 2020.

Sold as an add-on package for $350 per person, the Dive-in with PADI events will be jam-packed with daily private dive trips, an optional night dive, a private beach bonfire and more. Plus, all participants will receive a swag bag loaded with free gifts, such as a $200 Red Lane Spa credit.

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