grenada casual eats

Oct 19th, 2006, 02:51 PM
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grenada casual eats

Will be in grenada feb.07.Staying blue horizons.Would like a list of several restaurants that we can eat at where flip flops and shorts can be comfortbly worn for dinner.Both couples dont want to get dressed up on vacation in the caribbean.
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Oct 20th, 2006, 03:27 AM
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Definitely try Coconuts on Grand Anse Beach. Its outdoor tables are right in the sand, and the indoor tables aren't much beyond it. We grab a table outside whenever we can, slide out of our shoes, and dig our toes in the sand. The food is creole Grenadian, with lots of seafood and generally very good.

If you have a car, you might drive over to True Blue Bay. They have a casual restaurant perched on a deck over the water. We found the food quite good -- the regular menu is island type food - but didn't have their Mexican buffet the night it was offered.

For casual lunches, I would suggest the very simple Sur La Mer on Morne Rouge beach (opt for any offered specials, or for fish sandwiches), and La Sagesse on the same-named beach (best callaloo we had on our last trip).
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Oct 20th, 2006, 04:30 AM
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My wife and I stayed at the BH just before the hurricane. We loved it. There are 2 'casual' restaurants at the mall down the street...the Boulangerie (?) is the name of one of them. We quite enjoyed our spagettie dinner at the Boulangerie and conch burgers next door. I would strongly suggest you try lunch at the medical university down the way. Inexpensive and perfect. Havagood vacation and be sure to do an island tour.
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Oct 20th, 2006, 04:57 AM
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You would not be out of place at La Sagesse for dinner dressed like that as long as the shorts were neat and clean--you could go early, spend the day at their lovely beach, and stay for dinner.

If you want a taste of Grenadian food, I strongly suggest making reservations with Boots Cuisine. Boots and his wife Ruby opened a restaurant in their home and the food was excellent, as was their company. Again, shorts and capris are fine, as long as they're neat & clean and not sloppy.

Also try Nutmeg in downtown St. George's for casual dining.
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Oct 24th, 2006, 04:37 PM
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Sur la mer on Morne Rouge has the best lambi roti IMO. It's a great way to spend the afternoon - have lunch and hang at the beach. They also make a mean pina colada! Love the lobster at Coconut Beach Club too. The Aquarium was also good - we went for lunch and hung on the beach in their chairs. Very nice. We stayed at BH last December and are heading there again in a month. Nice property and great location. The restaurant there claims to have a dress code but we saw a number of people in shorts and tees.
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