is situated on the edge of Grand Anse beach on the southwest of the island and is a popular restaurant and bar that serves unique, Caribbean cuisine all day. Serving up a culinary experience that promises to be unforgettable, 61 West offers a variety of fresh food enhanced by Grenadian herbs and spices. What could be better than enjoying food fresh from the island whilst looking out over the blue ocean?
We spoke to Becky, who is an avid travel blogger at Global Grasshopper.
She has visited Grenada before and highly recommends 61 West to anyone visiting the south of the island; she commented a little further on her experience: "For a truly incredible location and sublime locally sourced food, head to 61 West located near Blessed Sacrament Church and the Grand Anse Craft and Spice Market on Grand Anse Beach in Grand Anse. The restaurant is located right on the beach, so absolutely perfect for watching the sunsets, and there's also a shower in case you want to go for a swim before eating. They have quite a diverse menu, including freshly caught catch of the day and the fish tacos, Plantain chips and superb cocktails are a must try too. The service is good, the prices are reasonable, but the location is out of this world - don't miss this Grenada gem!"
Some of the tantalising dishes you can try when experiencing the restaurant include Grilled Catch Burger with Asian Slaw, Asian Glazed Pork Ribs, Grilled Fresh Lobster Tail, and Jerk Chicken. The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 7 am through to 10 pm, so there is plenty of time to enjoy.
Rach and Marty from the travel blog Very Hungry Nomads
also recommended 61 West and the delicious cuisine and views that are on offer: "A great place to eat in Grenada is 61 West located on Grand Anse Beach. The views are stunning, and the menu has something for everyone. Don't miss the fresh salads (we love the super salad), and the fish tacos or any seafood dish is always a good choice. The ideal place to enjoy a cocktail at sunset."
Island Fever Tropical Tavern, Saint George
The Tropical Tavern
at Island Fever is situated on the south of the island in Egmont. The seafront restaurant offers gorgeous views of Petit Calivigny Bay, so your delicious meal comes complete with a jaw-dropping Caribbean view. The Tropical Tavern was another restaurant that Rach and Marty at Very Hungry Nomads recommended, commenting about their experience: "Our favourite restaurant in Grenada is Island Fever Tropical Tavern. A breezy restaurant with a vibrant atmosphere and casual tropical vibes. The views of Petit Calivigny Bay are wonderful too. The menu is packed with delicious Caribbean dishes and comfort food faves. We highly recommend the goat curry and the Cajun Blackened snapper fillet."
Want to get an idea of what sort of delectable dishes you can enjoy? The Tavern offers an all-day menu featuring regionally influenced Caribbean seafood and traditional home-cooked food using local ingredients in wonderful ways. Spicy Fried Chicken Burgers, fish tacos, quesadillas, and the Island Fever Breakfast Burrito are just some of the dishes you can enjoy.
The Aquarium, Saint George
restaurant is located on Magazine Beach, which sits on the southern leg of the island and offers stunning views of St. George's and the mountains beyond. Combining casual lunches in the daytime with fine dining in the evenings, visitors can expect fresh and fragrant ingredients used to create international dishes with a Caribbean influence.
The Aquarium is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 10 am and 11 pm. For those looking for a more relaxed dining experience, there is a traditional Sunday BBQ that starts at 11 am and is accompanied by live music. Some of the infamous dishes on the evening menu include lobster thermidor, deep sea palm tree shrimp, Jamaican jerk chicken and seafood linguini, to name a few.
Rhodes Restaurant, Saint George
is situated with the Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel and is world-renowned for its fresh ingredients and local flair, taking your tastebuds on a culinary adventure. From slow-cooked meats and pasta made by hand to fresh fish caught on the same day, the sophisticated fare is bound to impress. The hotel aims to ensure that every dining experience is special through unique, savoury dishes, which are accompanied by exquisite service and an amazing atmosphere.
With a motto that promises to bring the island to your plate, you can expect dishes like lobster gnocchi, rum-glazed pork loin, Grenadian king crab linguini and annatto shrimp skewers. A vast team is involved in bringing you dishes you'll remember forever, including local fishermen, farmers, suppliers, and a dedicated team of chefs, including Executive Chef Ramces Castillo.
The Original Slipway, Carriacou
Welcoming, modern, and traditional is how The Original Slipway
describes itself to those wanting to visit whilst on the Grenadian island of Carriacou. Combining modern cuisine with a Caribbean zest, the restaurant prides itself on sourcing all its ingredients locally to ensure they are as sustainable as possible. Quality over quantity is their ethos, so although the menu is smaller than other restaurants, the food is cooked with love and passion to the highest quality.
Aiming to exceed your expectations, the menu comprises of the likes of grilled swordfish, grilled jumbo shrimp penne pasta, and grilled pork tenderloin, to name a few. So, if you find yourself in the area, make sure to visit The Original Slipway.
Coconut Beach, Saint George
If you're looking for something a bit different whilst visiting Grenada, then Coconut Beach Restaurant
is the place for you, serving up French Creole-inspired dishes. Decorated in lime green and purple, the traditional West Indian colours, the restaurant is located on the island's famous beach of Grand Anse. Recommended by trendsetters like Figaro and Vogue as one of the best eateries in Grenada, they specialise in seafood for an authentic taste of this coastal location.
The menu comprises of amazing dishes, including lobster thermidor, fish Creole, shrimp Caribbean and seafood ali gratin. Why not visit for a cosy Caribbean lunch with a warming and friendly atmosphere?
Sand Bar & Grill, Saint George
This open-air restaurant is unlike any other in Grenada. Enjoy your delicious meal at Sand Bar and Grill
outside under the gazebo or the coconut palm and sea grape trees. Located directly on the beach, you'll be able to wriggle your toes in the warm Caribbean sand as you enjoy local, freshly cooked cuisine. Open Tuesday to Sunday from noon to 8 pm with happy hours running on Tuesdays through to Fridays, where chefs' specials can be tried and tasted.
Fresh seafood features heavily on the menu with offerings like tuna tartare, grilled jumbo shrimp, BBQ chicken leg and baby back ribs.
Spice Affair, Saint George
One of the most sought-after restaurants in Grenada, Spice Affair Restaurant
is a real experience for the senses. Serving a combination of Indian, Continental and Western Cuisine, the dishes are designed with traditional cookery techniques and culinary ideas in mind. With limited room for only 125 diners, getting a seat here is well coveted but well worth it.
With a spicy mix of Indian and Caribbean flavours, the menu is packed with triumphant flavours, including dishes like seasonal fish curry, chicken hakka noodles, shrimp jalfrezi and channa masala, all delicately made using fresh, local spices and fresh seafood and produce.
Carib Sushi, Saint George
Fancy some award-winning sushi whilst in Grenada? Then Carib Sushi
is the place for you. Serving over 100 dishes, including cooked meat, raw fish, vegetarian sushi, and other dishes. The team behind Carib Sushi work closely with the owners to ensure their outstanding reputation is upheld for years to come.
Open Monday to Friday, these delicious pockets of goodness can be enjoyed all week long, and those visiting can tuck into the likes of tuna nigiri, California rolls, spicy black mamba and dragon and tiger rolls. Carib Sushi is a great choice for those looking to enjoy something a little different whilst on the island.
Sails Restaurant & Bar, Saint George's
Sitting directly on the crystal-clear waters of one of Grenada's famous harbours, Sails Restaurant
is known for its amazing head chef, who creates international Caribbean-infused dishes that are a triumph for the tastebuds. Garlic shrimp skewer, calypso conch, flame-grilled lobster and grilled octopus are just some of the amazing on the extensive and impressive menu.
Enjoy lunch alongside the beautiful view before taking a leisurely stroll around the harbour's edge and marvel at some of the offerings in local shops and cafes.