Went for the Plantation Lunch on a Sunday. Unfortunately they got the dates wrong for our booking so we had to have a 'spare table'. Still advise to book especially if going for the Sunday lunch, but make sure the person taking the booking understands for which day and date. We thought "Tomorrow, for Sunday lunch", was quite clear but obviously not.
Lunch was good, a nice mix of local dishes, all home made and showcasing local ingredients- breadfruit, papaya, vegetable and chicken curry, fish, rice, banana pie and fruit salad. A good way to sample authentic creole food, in nice settings.
We took the gardens tour too, the leaflet they gave us was useful in identifying the trees and herbs but they could redo it so the list is in the order you see the plants during the walk. We thought it quite good and comparable with the botanical gardens in Victoria, if not better. Not sure about the animals kept in cages, including baby rabbits (there was a dead baby rabbit, covered in ants, in one of them...) but younger guests seemed to like them. Do wear insect repellent if taking the gardens tour and doing the rain forest trails.
Definitely worth a visit, better food than in most restaurants we went to on the island and a nice view of the ocean.
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