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Concierge.com's insider take:
The rambling flower garden and panoramic views alone are worth the drive to this north-side dining room, set in a funky 100-year-old Victorian mansion on a hilltop overlooking Sauteurs and Mount St. Catherine, Grenada's highest peak. The walls, which are plastered with a mixture of white lime and molasses, have a lot to talk about: Prince Philip and Princess Margaret were guests here, and President Reagan enjoyed a postinvasion meal. It was a great executive decision. This is a popular lunch stop for local favorites such as spicy "pepper pot" stew.
Open for lunch daily 12:30 to 3 pm. Dinner by request.