Grenada Restaurants

  • From the outside -- walking through the mall
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Grenada Restaurants

  • Smoothie Adventures

    This was so much fun. I wish I had enough appetite and was there long enough to try every single one of their smoothies. I've tasted Guava, Passion Fruit, Mango and Paw Paw (Papaya) and other fruits like that BUT I've never had a smoothie made from them. I'd never even tasted Sour Sop, Five Fingers, Sorrel, Tambran or Sea Moss!!! So, I finally...

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  • ROTI DELIGHT

    Marvelous Marvas is an institution in Grenada. Its famous for its chicken rotis (roti is a traditional Indian bread) and affordable prices. It certainly was busy when I took these pictures. They have a wide variety of Caribbean dishes including Oildown, Fried Fish, Cornmeal pone, Baked Chicken Surprise, Rice & Peas, Fish cake and deserts like...

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  • Better in the day?

    At night you cannot see the beautiful beach, so I think it probably would be nicer here in the day. I thought there was supposed to some stained glass entry but I didn't see it. We entered from the parking lot. Good ambiance here, right on the beach. Good service. This place had more people in it than the True Blue, but I didn't like it as much. I...

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  • Nutmeg Ice Cream!

    The ambience? Forget it! Just find the pharmacy and go to the ice cream counter there and get some nutmeg ice cream. I think I'll be mixing nutmeg into my vanilla ice cream at home from now on. Delightful! Who knew?

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  • Breakfast

    Located @ the lagoon in Grande Anse the terrace restaurant has a pleasant water view and a tasty brakfast menu from 0700. We had salted fish mix with fried bake (fluffy flour flatbread) with nutmeg condiments. I also had nice french toast hehe...Of course local fare with nutmeg and international eats are available at okay prices, which are the norm...

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  • A nice place to sit

    The cafe on the Carenage has the best location on the island. You can sit at one of the tables outside and have a perfect view of the harbour.The menu is fairly simple: baguettes, croissants, pastries, ice cream and fresh fruit juice. They also serve sangria.

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  • Ronald Reagan ate here

    Morne Fendue Plantation House is a guest house and restaurant. They serve very traditional, home-cooked, Grenadian food, in what used to be the owner's dining room. Ronald Reagan ate here, when he made his one-day visit to Grenada, following the American invasionIt's a charming place and there's a beautiful garden to walk around after you've...

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  • The TRUE Grenadian FOOD!

    Unfortunately i do not know the name of this establishment...but the FOOD is WICKED!!!! We came across this place whilst taking an island tour, all i remember is that this restaurant is in St patrick's...at the north point near to a cementary. Our Taxi driver Roy, treated us to a meal (i think its was he daughters restaurant). The food is to die...

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  • Don't miss the great view!

    The Sul la Mer restaurant is the hotel restaurant of the GEM holiday beach resort. It's divided into three locals, where one is the bar, one is for breakfast, and one is for dinners. We had dinner here the evening we arrived, and was lucky enough to get there right in time before closing. 40 minutes later and we would have had to go to bed...

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  • Dine on the beach

    Passing through a local hangout for the younger group, our driver said they were "lime-in"!This restaurant has indoor and outdoor dining. The umbrella covered tables have bench seating and cute lanterns at the table rights on the beach. We decided to eat inside, which is open air. I finally tried some local dishes, Callaloo soup and Curried Lambie...

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  • Romantic Dining

    This restaurant served us a great meal, service and ambiance. We were the only patrons while we were there, making us feel we had rented the whole place!Situated on a seaside dock next to a marina, at night it is lit up with sparkling lights strung from the rafters and around the railings and good music fills the air. There is a popular bar...

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  • Oil Down and Provision

    The International Restarant at the Rex Grenadian Hotel serves very good buffets, with plenty of variety. The first night, I ate Crabback, which is crab meat fried with cassava flour, mahi mahi fish fillet and pancake with nutmeg and ice cream. The second night, it was porkloin, grilled marlin and lime pie. The night after that, I ate mixed seafood...

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  • Good food and what a view

    The nutmeg cafe in St Georges had an amazing position overlooking the harbour. The best seats are right next to the window where you can get the cool breeze and watch the world go by. The cafe is open every day for breakfast and lunch and is also open some evenings. This is not a tourist only restaurant you will see lots of locals eating and...

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  • Wonderful setting

    The cuisine served here is Mexican/Intenational. The owners consist of an English guy and a Mexican lady. True Blue Bay restaurant is part of True Blue Bay Resort - a small hotel, but the restaurant on it's own is wonderful and well known.Rueben, their resident driver, will pick you up for free from your hotel.The hotel is approached down some...

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  • The Aquarium

    The Aquarium is a gem!You approach down stone steps, into the bar area where we sat and received a complimentary drink while we waited for our pre booked table (Make sure you book!).There is an internal water feature, and split lvel wooden floors with large wooden pillars, undercover but with open sides onto the beach.We (sadly!) both had exactly...

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  • A real treat!

    We actually stayed at the Calabash so were able to eat there each night of our stay, but the restaurant is also open to non-residents and is well worth a visit. The British chef Gary Rhodes designed the menu, which is based around locally available produce, and also trained the chefs, so the food is really special. The restaurant was due to be...

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  • Try a roti

    We found this restaurant by literally following our noses! We could smell something delicious and kept walking until we found where it was coming from. It's a very small restaurant, down a side street off St John Street - very different from the fancier places on the Carenage. We went for a chicken roti. It's like a chapati, which was filled with...

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  • Grenada Cuisine

    Foods to try include the following: pastelles --plantain leaves stuffed with a cornmeal and savory meat fillingaccras--fried codfish balls callaloo--made with dasheen leaves, okra, onions, garlic, chicken stock, salt pork, coconut milk, crabmeatandhotpepperseasoninglambi--chewy conch meatsancoche--a soup of pork and pig's tail

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  • THE NO PROBLEM INN HAS A...

    THE NO PROBLEM INN HAS A RESTAURANT AND BAR IN THE GARDEN & POOL SECTION. YOU GET A LOVEY MEAL IN A VERY RELAXING ATMOSPHER.THEY CAN BE AN ALL INCLUESIVE IF YOU WANT. JUST WRITE AND THEY WILL QuOTE YOU A PRICE.... HAVEING YOU MEALS ON YOU OWN PATIO OR DINNING IN THE GARDEN..THE PRICE ISN'T BAD EITHER ! CALLALOO SOUP. THIS A LOCAL SPINICH THE THEY...

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  • Awesome Pizza

    The Island Thyme Cafe is located just off the Carenage, in a nice little building. The prices are right, and they provide table service. It's also possible to get takeaway service. The plastic tables have plastic tablecloths that are fake lace, so it's not tremendously attractive, but it was a nice enough place to eat. Unfortunately we couldn't...

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  • callaloo soup, a melange of fresh local...

    MACE-Myristica fragransFresh Mace is the bright-red netlike and wrapped around a dark brown and brittle shell within which is a single aromatic seed ( PIMENTO-Pimenta dioicaThe small aromatic seeds are used whole or ground. NUTMEG-Myristica fragransA pinch of grated nutmeg gives a delicious spicy flavor to eggnogs, milk drinks, rum punches, spiced...

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  • Ya' gotta eat at Deyna's!

    Get a "Fix-up" from Denya's and sample four types of local food for about $6 to $8. This is where the locals get local -type food.THEY ARE OPEN SUNDAYS!!!!Not much else is open on Sunday, in fact damn near nothing is open Sundays. Fix-up. It is a sampler-type plate with fish, pork, chicken & conch with local side dishes.

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  • Where to eat: Coconut Beach, a...

    Where to eat: Coconut Beach, a purple cottage on the beach's north end that specializes in French Creole dishes (lunch for two $30).

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  • TROPICANA

    It is away from the bustle of the town and has a remarkable assortment of meals. On Fridays at lunchtime, a reasonable priced buffet meal is available. The Seafood platter

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  • La Sagesse Nature Preserve

    This restaurant is in a secluded cove that few know about. It is directly on the beach and all the food is grilled in case the power goes out you still get a wonderful meal. It is pure paradise. Just like anything you might imagine about a romantic moonlit supper on the beach looking out to the ocean. A big pink hotel too! Filet Mignon

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  • The best restaurant is what...

    The best restaurant is what the fishermen offer you for sale off their boats! If you're on a sailboat, they'll come alongside and knock on your boat offering fresh fish, crab, and much more!

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