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Sheffield, United...
posts: 6
reviews: 33
eating out in grenada

am travelling to st georges and would like to know about food. e g is it good and how much will it cost?

Washington DC...
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for Grenada, St. George's
posts: 2,891
reviews: 33
1. Re: eating out in grenada

Where are you staying and will you have a car, or do you plan to take taxis? There are plenty of wonderful restaurants, in all range of prices. If you let us know what kind of food you enjoy - casual? local? continental? upscale? - we can point you to some restaurants.

Our personal favorites:

Boots Cuisine - local food, delightful hosts! A must go place, in our opinion. It was $27US for a multi-course dinner meal last year.

La Boulangerie at Le Marquis in the Grand Anse area - great for breakfast pastries. Also heard good things about their pizza. Inexpensive.

The Beach House - more of a fusion food, lovely views, great desserts! Mid-priced.

A lot of folks love The Aquarium.

Mount Tabor, New...
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for Cayman Islands
posts: 6,016
reviews: 18
2. Re: eating out in grenada

We were pleasantly surprised to find the dinning option quite numerous and for the most part well above expectations. Our bills averaged about $75-$100 US with wine per person (we like our wine...)

Favorites were:

Rhodes at the Calabash. Thought is would be another overrated "celebrity" chef destination, but it turned out to be our favorite for food. Ate there twice and both times were excellent. $$$

La Luna. Second favorite. Exquisite italian and chic ambiance. Rarley order pasta out since it is usually butchered by over cooking, but on the recommendation of the waiter I tried it and was left speechless after the meal. $$$

The Red Crab. Medical students were celebrating at birthday party en masse, so perceptions were skewed. Food was good, but felt there were better choices. $$$

La Belle Creole. We ate there on May Day and must have had the backup crew running the place. Service was excruciatingly slow and the food was just OK. $$

Spice Island. As fate would have it, the night we picked to eat there was their Buffet. Not bad for a buffet (actually, really good), but still a buffet. $$$+

La Sagasse. Great for Lunch. $$

True Blue. My folks at there and gave it a solid thumbs up. $$$

The Aquarium: Probably a bit overrated, but we liked it well enough. Unfortunatley they were out of Lobster both Sunday's we went (end of season shortages), but it is a great place to enjoy the food and atmosphere. $$$

Couldn't convince the group to get to Boots, guess that gives me reason to go back to Grenada...

Cornwall, England
posts: 212
reviews: 33
3. Re: eating out in grenada

Coconut Beach where they serve superb food especially lobster to die for right on Grand Anse Beach, this is really magical, dine with your toes in the sand. See:-http://www.caribbean-reviews.com/restaurants/coconut_beach_restaurant.html

Alaska
posts: 372
reviews: 14
4. Re: eating out in grenada

You have heard lots of these already...

Favorites:

Red Crab

Beach House (very nice)

Aquarium (very nice)

I just posted a trip report - we just got back today with restaurant info.

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