You have to approach going to 'Patricks' with the spirit of an adventurer, you are going to be served foods whose names you most likely cannot pronounce, and if you're expecting to get normal boring American staples like fries/pizza/burgers/green salads as an option you're going to be in for a shock :)
A lot of local Grenadain food is curried, and for the REALLY local tastes you can even request local meats such as Iquana and Manicou (local opossums) - they didn't taste great (kind of 'smokey' and tough), but it was worth it just for the experience. There will be 20-25 dishes served, and you'll take a little from each one. Lots of them are vegetarian so don't panic.
The actual resturant is a small purple hut by the side of the main road heading from Grand Anse to St. Georges, and the view is nothing special. Service can be a bit 'unique' - he will tell you off if you don't use your cutlery/plates appropriatly, but take it with a sense of humour, when you get talking to him you'll see how sweet he can be, and it can make for a very memorable meal.
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