When the skipper on our sailing boat first said we should go to the Yacht Club and have some lunch I started to wonder if I should have brought a blazer, and if I really would let in, dressed in just a t-shirt and shorts.
Truth is the Yacht Club in Saint George's is more a pub/lunch restaurant, and definitely not anything I would think about when I hear the words "Yacht Club".
But it's not negative, the Yacht Club in Saint George's is really nice, the food is great, and their T pounche (not too sure about the spelling...) is fantastic.
T pounche? A rum drink, with lime, and made sure to use the local rum, the Sunset. Just 84,5 per cent alcohol in that one... ;)
We went to the Yacht Club twice. First to have lunch, which was really good. And then again in the evening for dinner. Had meat both times, and wasn't disappointed at all.
The restaurant is all outdoor, although with a roof over. Next to the ocean, so you practically sits almost over the water. There is a small bar in the center, and a billiard table. Then there are small and big tables all around. Try to get a table either next to the ocean, or around the corner, where you'll find it a bit calmer.
And don't forget to drink the local beer, Carib. Fantastic!
Favorite Dish: As written above I had meat both times, and was really pleased. Only bad thing with the dinner was the the portion was a bit small, so I wasn't 100 per cent filled. Thankfully (well...) my sister and her friend had chose to take a small plate of lamb "wings" which was thought as a snack.
Instead it was a huge plate with more food than anyone could eat.
Well, except for me of course, who definitely wasn't hungry anymore after that. :)
Don't recall any prices, but it wasn't very expensive. And incredible cheap for being a yacht club! :)
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