HUNGRY FOR GRENADINE CUISINE?

FOR THE SUSHI ENTHUSIAST:
Carib Sushi began as an idea just before Hurricane Ivan in 2004.  After some research (and time) they found that the island of Grenada was perfect for sushi.  The abundant mix of local fresh fish including Yellowfin Tuna, Lobster, Conch, a variety of Snappers, along with expert Japanese chefs allowed them to open in March of 2005.
FOR THE FRENCH ‘JE NE SAIS QUOI’ :
Coconut Beach Restaurant serves french Creole cuisine, cooked with Grenadian herbs and spices for a truly unique dining experience in an antique house right on Grand Anse Beach.  Dine under the stars with your feet in the sand as the waves set that tranquil feeling around you or dine indoors by delight.  Selections from the menu inlude Lambie Calypso, Seafood Platter, Caribbean Chicken and Lobster Thermidor.
FOR THE AUTHENTIC GRENADINE EXPERIENCE:
Enjoy the simple pleasures of true Grenadian plantation cuisine at the Belmont Estate Restaurant. Visitors can enjoy seasonal soups, a delectable plantation buffet of creatively prepared home cooked dishes made from local ingredients – many of which are grown on the estate, a salad bar, fresh fruit juices and tempting desserts.

FOR THE FINE DINER
Arawakabana, is the signature oceanside restaurant, its menu savors classically prepared international fare and Grenadian delicacies with lobster as a feature seafood.

Rhodes’ Restaurant is located at The Calabash Hotel & Villas in L’Anse aux Epines and is Gary Rhodes’ only restaurant outside of the UK. The famous TV chef and cookery book writer has had a long association with The Calabash and all Gary’s recipes are designed for Rhodes’ Restaurant using local produce. The dishes on the menu create a wonderful blend of a taste of Grenada and a touch of Rhodes’.

FOR SOMETHING A BIT DIFFERENTThe Aquarium restaurant is set amidst tropical gardens with koi ponds and a waterfall in the center. There are few walls, but they are adorned with striking paintings and sculptures are placed throughout . Nearby nestles the coal-pit where their famous Sunday BBQ dishes are flamed. In the evening you can dress for dinner in the dramatic rock-side dining room or have a few relaxed cocktails beneath the stars at their beach bar.

FOR THE MORE RELAXED EVENING:Bananas Restaurant in True Blue offers something for everyone. You can enjoy a quick meal (the islands only wood fired pizza or a Black Angus burgers, Cajun Fires and Wicked Buffalo wings) and a cold beer in the one of a kind Carib Cave (a truly unique bar built into the hillside) or enjoy a more formal sit down meal comprised of the very best in imported meats, local sea food and assorted international meals.

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