Main course (avg): R90
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Monday till Saturday
12:00 - 00:00
16:00 - 00:00
Description: Trenchtown is the newest store in the Caribbean Brands group.
Opening it's doors on the 5th of March 2010, this store derived it's name from the neighbourhood located in Kingston, Jamaica.
This poor area of Kingston is known due to numerous Reggae musicians, including Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and most notably Bob Marley, who spent much of his youth in a government yard on First Street. His songs "Trenchtown", "Trenchtown Rock" and "No Woman, No Cry" make reference to it.
Dubbed the "bad boy" of the group due to the size of the venue, and its tendency to host live music shows, Trenchtown is seen as the party destination of the Caribbean Brands restaurants.
The restaurant caters for a wide variety of people, with food specials running all through the week , live bands on Thursdays and Fridays and all big sporting events shown on the big screen over the weekend, its easy to see why this venue is chosen by many people for birthdays and larger function.
The restaurant consists of 3 seperate sections:
A large inside section with 2 LCD screens and the main bar, consisting of 4 draught taps, a large range of spirits, beers and ciders and all of your favourite Caribbean Brands cocktails.
An outside Beer Garden consisting of a deck, pebbled seating area, a bar stocked with beers and ciders and a stage area complete with 2 LCD screens and a projector for all the sport enthusiasts.
Lastly there's the Beach section. Interlinked with the other 2 sections, a large seating area and its very own cocktail bar make this sandy beach the perfect spot for a nice, chilled day in the sun.
Banana Jam Trenchtown, irie vibes with irie people.
92 Station Road
From Muizenberg are follow the M5 and take the N2 turnoff. Do not go onto the N2, but follow the road for the Liesbeeck Parkway turnoff. Follow Liesbeeck Parkway untill you reach the traffic lights at the Ivy Street crossing and turn left. COntinue with this street that turns into Station Road, you will find the restaurant just after the traffic light crossing with Lower Main Road.
From Cape Town follow Main Road until you reach Observatory and turn left into Milton Road, turn right into Lower Main Road and right again at the traffic light crossing with Station Road. Please note, Station Road is a one way.