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Grenada restaurants

The food scene is smart casual, as befits a former British possession. The restaurants at resorts and boutique hotels are obviously the most sophisticated, but do try Grenadian favorites, which marry West Indian cuisine with spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger. The national dish is "oil down," a savory stew of salted meat, breadfruit, onion, carrots, and taro-like dasheen steamed in coconut milk.

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Aquarium Restaurant, St. George's

Cloaked in tropical gardens and perched just above the beach, the open-air Aquarium is seaside dining without the wet feet. The daily menu of grilled meats and...more

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Boots Cuisine, St. George's

Boots Cuisine is named after owner Roland "Boots" McSween. Along with his wife, Ruby, McSween operates a stylish upscale temple of traditional Grenadian...more

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Ebony Restaurant, St. Andrew

This is as local as local gets. There’s not even a sign to this faded colonial-era building near the waterfront of Grenada's second-largest town (ask...more

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Laluna, St. George's

Considering the Laluna hotel's Italian ownership, it's hardly surprising that its restaurant has emerged as the island's top Italian table. Seafood is the...more

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Native Fruits and Food, St. George's

OK, so it's in a mall, but at least its intentions are pure. Native Fruits and Foods is the island's natural juice-and-smoothie HQ. It blends seasonal, local...more

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Nutmeg Restaurant, St. George's

After touring historic Fort George, head to Nutmeg for lunch. Go for a roti, an Indian burrito-like snack filled with spicy potatoes, meat, or shrimp. The...more

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Plantation House, St. Patrick

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...more

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Rhodes Restaurant, St. George's

With influences from Africa, India, and Europe, Grenadian cuisine has always been a fusion affair. In January 2004, Michelin-starred chef Gary Rhodes brought a...more

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Rumors Vegetarian Restaurant, St. George's

Perhaps it was the local meat-free Rastas who convinced Margaret Strachan-Weise to open Rumors, Grenada's only upscale vegetarian eatery. It has the requisite...more

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Water's Edge Restaurant, St. David

Brazilian slate, Trinidadian cedar, Burmese teak, and Spanish alabaster sconces give Water's Edge, at the Bel Air Plantation, a global feel, but its food is all...more

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