5 best restaurants in St Vincent & the Grenadines
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Flow Wine Bar & Kitchen
Urban ambience and elegance
Located in the heart of bustling Kingstown, Flow Wine Bar & Kitchen is an exciting urban destination that offers a new approach to the good life, specialising in wine and beer with a menu of tapas, flat bread pizzas and pasta dishes to appeal to any appetite. Flow’s ambient atmosphere is created by the attentive staff and great music, while the elegant yet casual decor comprises wood accents, warm contemporary lighting and flickering candles.
James St. Allen Building, Kingstown, St. Vincent
Tel: (784) 457-0809 www.flowwinebar.com
The French Veranda
Room for romance on St Vincent
Providing the ultimate setting for romance, The French Veranda is situated on the waterfront terrace of Mariners Hotel and offers excellent French cuisine with Caribbean notes, including fresh grilled fish and shellfish with fresh herbs, garlic butter and lime or Creole sauce, while landlubbers may prefer beef bourguignon, grilled lamb chops, or beef tenderloin with béarnaise, Roquefort, or mushroom sauce. For dessert, there's the wonderful mi-cuit, a warm chocolate delicacy with vanilla ice cream.
Mariners Hotel, Young Island Cut, Villa Beach, Villa, St. Vincent VC0274
Tel: 784/453–1111 www.marinershotel.com
Tel: +1 784-458-3400 www.sugarreefbequia.com
Sugar Reef Cafe
Elegant beach house cafe
The perfect setting for a romantic ocean-side lunch, Sugar Reef Cafe serves casual Caribbean fare from noon until 9pm daily. The menu includes soups, salads, burgers, and grilled fish made from fresh, organic, local ingredients. For an unmistakably West Indian experience, try one of the cafe’s exotic fish dishes such as lobster roti or blackened king fish, washed down with lashings of rum punch.
Crescent Beach, VC0400, Bequia (Formerly Sugar Reef Bar & Grill)
A kids’ favourite with views of the Blue Lagoon
This family-friendly seaside restaurant is nestled in beautiful flower gardens overlooking the Blue Lagoon, and offers dynamic Mediterranean cuisine with a Caribbean twist. The thin-crusted, colourful pizzas are a favourite with children, with plenty of exciting toppings to choose from, including jerk chicken with pineapple, jerk fish with pineapple and anchovy, oregano and garlic.
Barefoot Yacht Charters complex in Blue Lagoon, St. Vincent
Tel: (784) 456-8999 www.eatdrinkdrift.com
Wonderful West Indies Classic
This charming restaurant might be slightly off the beaten track, but it’s worth finding and offers simplicity at its best. The owner and chef Fernando heads out fishing every morning to catch fish for the evening menu, while his two convivial sisters serve homemade soups, grilled snapper and tasty deserts such as warm apple spice cake and Guinness chocolate cake from the open kitchen.
Lower Bay, Bequia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Tel: (784) 458-3758