We didn't find the food at lunch to be particularly exciting, but this restaurant is situated on lovely grounds with a great view of the Carribean and south toward Nevis, so it was a relaxing and enjoyable place to dine. I had two starters, the conch fritters which had both a much deeper seafood flavor and chunkier pieces of conch than ones I tried at a different restaurant. I liked these better, although they lacked being served with a flavorable sauce. I also had a variety plate of Carribean sausages which I don't even remember. One guest had the grouper entree which was a very nice serving size of well-prepared grilled grouper accompanied by a nice salad. Another guest had the roti which she said she liked but was spicy for her. Her spicey and my spicy are two different worlds, I didn't find it spicy at all. I had a Carib (local beer) and the others ice tea. One had a chocolate cake for dessert which was said to be tasty and good. The service here was a little more "island time" and, again, more noticeable during dessert and paying the bill than during the meal. The menu prices were in Carribean dollars, not US. The cost for the three of us was about $65 with tip.
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