Caribbean Tourism

Food & Drink

Ziggy’s Restaurant, T4918282, Mahogany Loop, second turning on the right from the main road. Dinner by reservation only, Ziggy has been serving great food since the early 1990s, lobster quadrille, jerk pork, chocolate sludge. Gourmet Gardens, T4912000, Olveston. Reservations preferred, takeaway available. La Colage Bar & Restaurant, St John’s, T4914136. Creole cuisine, boutique for clothes and accessories attached. Tina’s Restaurant, Brades Main Road, T4913538. Local food, chicken and fish and local vegetables. Morgan’s Spotlight Bar & Restaurant, St John’s, T4915419. Local food, large portions, goat water. Sub’s Bar & Restaurant, Brades Main Road, T4915158. Local and creole menu. The People’s Place, Forgarthy Hill, T4917528. Lunches and takeaway meals, local food, great roti. Monica’s Bar, Salem, T4914182, Takeaway lunches. Di’s Snackette, Davy Hill Main Road, T4915450. Lunches and snacks. Annie’s Snackette, Davy Hill Main Road, T4915380. Snacks and takeaway. Burger Deluxe, Brades Main Road, T4917316. Open Mon-Sat for burgers. Margaret & Danny’s Barbecue, Woodlands Beach, T4915645. As well as sport fishing and boat rental, Danny offers a beach barbecue on Sun and Thur, fish, chicken and side dishes. Bitter End Beach Bar, Little Bay, T4913146. Seafood and snacks on the beach. Tuitt’s Pizzeria, Brades Main Road, T4914606. Open Mon-Sat for pizza. Wilson’s Place, Salem, T4913048. Open Mon-Sat, the place for chicken. Venelle’s Cook Shop, St John’s, T4915940. Open Fri and Sat for fish, chicken and snacks. Richard Samuel’s, Sweeneys, T4912475. Fresh bread and snacks. Cockpit Bar & Restaurant, at Gerald’s Heliport, T4914478. Montserrat version of the airport café, serves breakfast and lunch, popular for ‘liming’. Root’s Man Beach Bar, Carrs Bay, T4915957. Vegetarian meal in rustic setting, orders only. Howe’s Flamboyant Bar, St John’s, T4913008. Pool table for entertainment after a meal. Fins & Wings, Cudjoe Head, T4918219. Lunch or takeaway, fish, chicken, local drinks. The Attic, Olveston, T4912008. Open for breakfast and lunch. Etcetera Shoppe, 540 Runaway Point Circle, Olveston, T4915146. Call for reservations, only open for Wed lunch, Fri night dinner and Sun brunch. Val’s Takeaway, St John’s, T4916854. Lunches Mon-Fri. Economy Bakery, Brades Main Road, T4916678. Fresh bread, sandwiches and snacks. Bessie’s Tasty Pastry, St John’s, T4917089. Pastries and cakes, orders taken.


A large frog called mountain chicken, indigenous here and in Dominica, is the local delicacy; that and goat water stew are the most commonly found local items on the menu; most other things, like steak and fish are imported.


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