Very good food. Excellent drinks. Right on the water. Open air. Nice service. The local cuisine is really tastey. Want to go back for the Friday night barbecue and music!
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The Lionfish fritters are brilliant and helping the reef to recover. Service is great - very friendly and attentive. However I do object to be referred to as a "guy" !
My partner and I went there for dinner and we both enjoyed our meal which was buffet style.What was surprising to me was that it was a Thursday night and the place was packed there wasn't an empty seat and persons were there waiting to...More
I live in St. Vincent several months each year. We always return several times to "Paradise"because its excellent qualities are always predictable, Lobster barbecue every Friday couldn't be better; staff are friendly and swimming at Villa Beach is the best.
I had to order a dish not on the menu for early mornings diving, and they not only made it for me, they were kind and helpful in every way possible. And the food was delicious. The Captain's grill on Friday nights was fantastic. One...More
We had a dinner there and the setting was pleasant, as in most of the restaurants in the area. The waiter was very attentive and nice so full marks to him. Unfortunately, the food was horrible ; soggy garlic potatoes, dry pieces of fish and...More
Instant coffee, burned and salty food. How can this happen at a place that gets good reviews? Was the cook on holiday? I hope so. In hindsight, we should have complained but at the time we were very hungry and we're trying to make the...More
Popped in for lunch off our boat, then went back for dinner as it was convenient and in a beautiful setting. Dinner was not cheap, but good quality and well presented
Meals are well cooked, nice variety. Starters are so good you may not need a main meal. Steak is great and for a couple you can easily share an entree combined with a couple of starters. A must try is the local Cululoo soup. Almost...More