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Placed on the white powdery sands of L'anse Aux Epines Beach, The Beach Club at the Calabash offers the perfect lunchtime setting. British chef Mark Banthorpe fell in love with the island's flavours, and this love lead him to create an exciting menu focused on Grenada's natural ingredients and spices. Lunch is served between 12 noon - 3pm and "tapas" bites and cocktails available from 10.30am - 6.30pm everyday.
Many of the staff at the Beach Club are also seen in other areas of Calabash and they know what we like. The tapas are great if you prefer to avoid a heavy meal in the afternoon. The bar offers all kinds of drinks and...More
My wife and I had lunch at this location and enjoyed it. She had the seared fish (swordfish that day) and it was really good. I had the chicken roti and loved it. This is a local food staple that is a curry based chicken...More
This restaurant was a bit hit-or-miss for me but you should absolutely get the roti if you are here. It is SO GOOD!!! Note: It's also massive, so bring your A game. :-) Haven't had roti like that since I lived in NYC many years...More
One of the most pleasant times I look forward to is my Vacation trip to Grenada West Indies. Better known as the Island of Spice.
I have just arrived back home in London from a fantastic June Vacation in Grenada. On this occasion, it was...More
Excellent food and service directly on the beach. Easy going vibe with a small bar is whats going on at the Beach Club. The food is simple yet tasty. You can't go wrong with any of the seafood choices. The catch of the day is...More
We were here every day for a week since we stayed at the Calabash and had lunch, or a light bite later in the day plus drinks of course! Every seat has a great view, very relaxed vibe and the food was concictently good. The...More
staying at Calabash this is the only practical option for dining if you are lounging on the beach or in and out of the water, that said, the standard of food, and the available menu choices, including the "catch of the day" are excellent.
During our Calabash stay, we ate at the Beach Club a number of times and were never disappointed. If you are there on a day they have grilled lobster on the menu, do not pass that option up. Huge half lobster, grill perfectly with more...More