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Where to Eat in Grenada

The island of Grenada is a medley of vibrant colours and robust flavours. Blooming bougainvillea, ripe banana plants, coconut palms and mango trees fill the colourful landscapes surrounded by the clear turquoise seas and sandy beaches.

view overlooking the grenada port and cruise ships

READ MORE: Ultimate Travel Guide to Grenada, The Caribbean Spice Island

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Thanks to the rich, fertile volcanic soil organic fruits and vegetables are plentiful. Farmers can grow everything from cabbage to grapefruit, mango to sweet potato. And let’s not forget the island’s renowned nutmeg, cinnamon and chocolate. Add to to this the melting pot of cultures from French, Portuguese and Indian, each leave their own stamp and add an exciting dimension to the cuisine.

picture of sima with blue nails holding  a green fruit/vegetable with a straw overlooking boats moored on the sea  beside a small dock filled with green plants

Plant based eaters will find plenty of options on the island too. Grenada is packed with delicious food options, from more affordable home style cooking to fine dining. Travelling as a vegetarian I had no issues with food and always had plenty of options as far as finding places to eat in Grenada.

Feast on hearty stews, organic produce, fresh seafood and the best chocolate on the island. Here are four places to enjoy a tasty Grenadian bite and add to your list of places to eat in Grenada.

Must Eat At Restaurants In Grenada

bb’s Crabback

Overlooking St George’s harbour’s is celebrity chef Brian Benjamin’s namesake waterfront restaurant. Dining alfresco is nothing short of spectacular with views out to the sea and the mega-yachts moored at Port Louis as you dine.

picture of Sima and friends sat at a table at BB Crabback overlooking St Georges Harbour whilst eating in Grenada

The menu offers Caribbean and Grenadian specialities, including crabbacks (baked crabmeat of land crabs), a signature curried goat dish, delicious callaloo and okra soup, pumpkin fritters, black eye and red bean stew and Caribbean vegetable curry.

TOP TIP: Callaloo is a popular Caribbean staple green leafy vegetable, very similar to spinach. It makes deliciously tasty soup found in most restaurants.

picture of Callaloo and okra soup in a bowl

Don’t forget to leave a graffitied message of appreciation on the walls and pillars of the restaurant.

BB’s Crabback | Grand Etang Road | St George’s | Grenada | Website

dodgy dock Grenada

Find the colourful oceanfront restaurant at True Blue Bay Boutique Hotel on their open air deck. Enjoy authentic Grenadian meals or choose from a variety of international cuisines with menus catering for vegetarian, vegan and gluten free diets. 

sima holding a martini glass painted red and blue sat in front of a fern plant wearing sunglasses  ad a blue and white kaftan on the open air deck of an oceanfront restaurant

Every Wednesday from 6.30pm, Dodgy Dock also plays host Street Food Wednesday. Head down to sample local, regional and international local, regional and international street food by local traders. Try Grenada’s national dish oil down – a stew of salted meat, breadfruit, coconut milk and spices. And dance the night away to the live music whilst sampling their great cocktail list.

READ MORE: True Blue Bay Boutique Resort, St George’s – A Review

Dodgy Dock Grenada | True Blue | St George’s | Grenada | Website

belmont estate

An hour’s drive from St George is the historic 17th century Belmont’s estate. Dine and look out to the rolling hills and lush vegetation of the plantation in the restaurant with no walls.

flatly of coral and white plate with potatoes, rice, green beans and salad

Experience the benefits of slow food cooked in traditional coal pots. The first course and dessert are brought to the table whilst the main course is buffet-style serving dishes made with local spices and fresh ingredients from Belmont & it’s surroundings. For dessert don’t miss the chocolate cake, you are at a cocoa plantation after all!

spongy chocolate cake with cream on the top and a green bay leaf?

After a hearty lunch wander around the working farm where cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves, turmeric, mace and cocoa are all grown on-site. Enjoy the heritage museum, cocoa fermentary, sugarcane garden and old cemetery. A great agro-tourism day out and a beautiful place to eat in Grenada.

Belmont Estate | St Patrick’s | Grenada | Website

Secret Harbour Restaurant

Secret Harbour is located in one the finest marina’s located on the south coast of Grenada, in L’Anse aux Epines.

plate with naan bread/pitta bread with two bowls consisting of roasted vegetables and rice(?)

Watch the chefs at work from the live open kitchen cooking an array of French and International dishes from Tuna Tataki and noodle salad, French style rack of lamb Creole vegetable curry to pizzas. They also offer a kids menu too, so something for everyone here.

Secret Harbour Restaurant | Lance aux Epines | Grenada | Website

petite anse restaurant

At the northern tip of Grenada is Petite Anse Hotel and Restaurant. The property run and built from scratch by British couple Philip and Annie have put there heart and soul into the hotel. Perched on a hillside above a wild beach it has incredible far-reaching views to the island of Carriacou and the Grenadines beyond.

inside the Petite Anse Restaurant.  Dark wooden low beams, and slats on the roof, orange painted walls, wooden bar and blue table clothes surrounded by dark wooden chairs

The restaurant serves Caribbean and European dishes. Expect generous portions, with an emphasis on fresh fish and local fruit and vegetables. Most of it is grown on the grounds.

white plate on a railing overlooking the ocean with vegetable curry filled roti and salad

The roti was generously filled with a vegetable curry delicately flavoured with Caribbean spices. Keeping it local with the beverages too, the bar offers ale and cider on tap brewed in a microbrewery on Grenada.

Petite Anse Restaurant | Prospect Road | Sauteurs | Grenada | Website

Fancy a local Grenadian experience?

If you’re in Grenada on a Friday and a seafood lover, skip the restaurant. Instead head to the coastal village of Gouvaye for Fish Fridays, a festival which happens every single week of the year. Indulge in some incredible fish dishes and enjoy the street party.

Hope some of these restaurants have whet your appetite for your trip to Grenada.

Let me know of any other great spots in the comments box below and if you do choose one of these restaurants in Grenada to eat at during your next visit, then let me know your thoughts!

READ MORE: Ultimate Travel Guide to Grenada – The Caribbean Spice Island





  • Angie Silver 22nd January 2020 at 9:50 am

    What delicious food!!!

    • Sima Sthanakiya 22nd January 2020 at 10:04 am

      The food was amazing out there, so much flavour. I ate like a queen as a vegetarian.

  • Nicky 25th January 2020 at 5:12 pm

    I’m not a vegetarian but I could have happily eaten all those dishes – wow, so delicious! I had the best Caribbean Roti on Tortola, but it looks like they may have some competition from Grenada!

    • Sima Sthanakiya 28th January 2020 at 10:26 pm

      I loved their roti’s and I was so surprised by all the tasty veggie food.

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