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Highly recommended for visitors and locals, who are looking for a tranquil environment with lush green natural surroundings with a beautiful view of the town of Gros Islet: Rodney Bay and it's signature Marina and it's environs.
The customer service at this place is so terrible, I would never return and I will never think of or recommend persons to have lunch here. OK let's start from the beginning. When looking for a spot to eat the locals include myself would always...recommend Ginette's. Apparently the food is suppose to be very tasty with lots of options i.e. variety. Ugh not the case when I visited. The menu was limited to a few options....the woman at the counter has NO interpersonal skills and after dealing with her, I WOULD NEVER EAT THERE AGAIN!.The food was not great either. Save your coin people and go somewhere else. Like Flavors of the Grill.More
Date of visit: August 2019
Ginettes_Place, Manager at Ginettes Place, responded to this reviewResponded December 25, 2019
I remember this customer . You came in when lunch was almost over. I.e most of the sides and meats were done. And did have a bit of a why did I come here attitude as a result. We have numbers available on our social...More
Small local BBQ place located on the left side of Monchy Road if you are heading up from Gros Islet Road. BBQ dinner on Fridays and Saturdays, go after 6 p.m., she seems to fire up the BBQ then for the evening. Chicken, pork, conch...and fish at times BBQ'd to perfection is the main attraction. Garlic sauce on the pork is recommended as is the BBQ sauce on the chicken, home made. The sides are delicious as well; macaroni pie (Mac N Cheese), fries and salad. Four of us had Chicken or Pork, sides and 10 Piton beers and the bill was 132 EC, tip incl. A bargain for St. Lucia. Pitons 4 EC each. Had leftovers to take home. Good local food, casual seating; picnic tables and some indoor seats.More
Awesome moment in this incredibly good restaurant : I was with 6 friends and we had heard about this place so we wanted to taste the "Ginette's conch" but when we arrived it was closed... however, they accepted to open just for us, on a...sunday, at noon, to please us and regale us with the best conch we've all ever eat. THANK YOU GINETTE !More
Date of visit: April 2017
Casline, Public Relations Manager at Ginettes Place, responded to this reviewResponded August 27, 2017
You are most welcome. We do what we can when we can. And so happy you were pleased with your conch.
While the involvement of the restaurant's patron and ultimately the quality of the portions are somewhat sliding, Ginette's still scores as a gem in the rough. Definitely get the barbecue pork with garlic sauce, and a touch of Baron pepper-sauce. I dare you to try...having a conversation with the irresistible magnetism of grilled lambi (conch) in your lap.More
We stumbled upon Ginettes Place looking for a good feed and got a great meal.
it was nice to find good local dishes on the menu and they were interesting and delicious
I liked the relaxed space and easy St Lucian way with things