Do not count on eating here - we went there on May 3rd hoping to have dinner and it is closed. It looked like it was being renovated, but we don't know when or if it will re-open.
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This is a tiny place above the dingy dock at Cane Garden Bay. Three tables and some bar stools. But the view is to die for and the food's pretty good at lunch time. We'd particularly recommend the rotis. We ate lunch here nearly every...More
We stopped in for lunch and had the most delicious chicken roti with rice and plantains. Can't beat the view either!
The breakfast at Sailor's Rest is delicious and the view it spectacular. We loved the French toast and they made an excellent omelet.
This is a little place but the service is good, the food is tasty. It is located right near the dingy dock in Cane Garden Bay.
Tiny restaurant with only 3 tables and some bar stools at a counter looking out over the water. They are building a deck with outdoor seating. The food at dinner was excellent and authentic Caribbean, and much better quality than most of the places on...More
I ate breakfast here and the view was so gorgeous. It overlooks a beautiful pier and you can sit on stools as you enjoy watching the boats sail in. The coffee was only hazelnut flavored so I didn't care for that but the eggs and...More
Solid meal. Wonderful view. Decent curried shrimp and other fish. A bit pricey but the season is short for these folks so I cut them a break. No local fish though, so if you want authentic, then you need to go to more modest places...More
Came ashore on a rainy drizzly morning with 4 friends. The atmosphere is that this is a place where the locals hang out. Seating is tight with a nice elevated view of the beach and bay. Breakfast omelet, coffee and beers were ok and reasonably...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our experience in eating here yesterday. It is a very small restaurant - the real, deal as far as supporting a local establishment. My wife, who is cautious with fish, declared this the best mahi-mahi she has had. We were surprised at...More