In Montserrat sophistication and simplicity go side by side at least as far as food is concerned! There are a number of intimate restaurants that serve hot tasty meals using locally grown produce and herbs anything from lobster burgers, freshly grilled fish and saltfish (salted cod) with ground provisions, to coconut scallops, pastas and fresh salads.
EMERALD ROSE RESTAURANT
Tel: 491 5941
Fax: 491 2333
Specializing in Local and West Indian Dishes. Weekend specials to include Goatwater and souse.
Opens Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Fridays & Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Dinner by Reservations only
GOOD LIFE RESTAURANT AND NIGHT CLUB
Built on a base of local stonework, on a hillside overlooking Little Bay, and decorated with plants, Good Life makes a lovely setting for special events. There is a licensed bar for these events.
This restaurant, in a quiet secluded spot, forms part of the old Olveston Estate, and is built in a similar style. There are two historical buildings close by, together with traces of the island’s first airport. You can eat inside or choose the pleasant verandah setting, looking out on the garden.
Lunches from EC$10 to $20, dinners from EC$30 to $50.
There’s a varied dinner menu of international dishes. Book in advance for dinner if possible.
In an attractive setting on breezy Baker Hill, lunches and dinners are catered for if ordered two hours in advance (minimum four persons). Meals include fresh, home grown produce, and they specialize in local fruit drinks. Sometimes special events are held here, like the popular Sunset Jazz evenings, with buffet dinner available while you relax and enjoy the jazz.
Licensed bar for a drink any time.
A prettily painted wooden building, spick and span inside and out, with simple but attractive decoration. JJ’s serves breakfast, lunch, sandwiches, and takeaway meals, as well as dinner by reservation. Lunches are EC$10 to $20, dinners EC$25 to $65. Try JJ’s mouth-watering pastries, including cheesecake, apple pie and cherry pie.
Olveston House offers a diverse selection of British favorites infused with an island flair. Two Wednesdays each month, patrons are treated to a BBQ buffet that includes hors d’oeuvres and dessert. On Friday nights, also known as ‘Pub Nite’, visitors have the chance to enjoy great food, drink and island hospitality.
Conveniently located near Government Headquarters and next door to the Tourist Board office, the Oriole Café serves breakfast, lunch (EC$20 to $25) and dinner (by reservation only, (EC$35 to $40), specializing in Caribbean food. You can sit inside or on their verandah and take in the spectacular view of Little Bay. Licensed bar.
PEOPLE’S PLACE RESTAURANT
People’s Place offers a comfortable, enjoyable, local atmosphere with a delightful menu comprising of local and Caribbean dishes. Daily Lunch is available and on Fridays and Saturdays the national dish, Goat Water is served.
'PONTS' BEACH VIEW
This rustic restaurant is situated at the very end of Little Bay with a lovely view of the beach and cliffs, and framed by a profusion of flowers and tropical plants. This charming spot offers a mouth-watering every day lunch of barbequed ribs, fish or chicken, done on an open grill and served with locally grown organic vegetables and cold drinks. Their world famous barbeque sauce is made with the finest blend of local ingredients, and you must try their appetizer of freshly baked coconut chips! Seating for up to 50 persons.
The Attic is housed in a neat, small, white wooden building, with a welcoming atmosphere. Here you can get a tasty lunch (EC$10 to $20), including roti (a Trinidadian dish with East Indian origins), Mexican Quesadilla, and many other favorites. They also serve local drinks such as guava drink, passion fruit, ginger beer, local “blackberry” drink, and Montserrat’s traditional Christmas drink, Sorrel.
This operation includes a 'Wine Bar', a perfect casual retreat to relax and enjoy a drink and light fare while being cooled by mountain breezes. The 'Plantation Lounge', located in the great room takes you back to the days of gracious plantation living. Here you can enjoy cocktail surrounded by antiques and the ambience of days gone by. Savor 'The Verandah', the restaurant with panoramic views of the ocean, surrounding mountains and magnificent sunsets. For more casual dining 'The Grill' offers informal dining with delicious treats fresh from the grill. A private dining/meeting room is also offered complete with audio visual equipment, a library/games-room and boutique.
In a pretty, leafy-green and white wooden building perched beside the Brades Main Road, Tina’s has the reputation for tasty lunches and dinners in an attractive setting. There’s a varied menu, and you can sit in air-conditioned comfort inside to eat or relax at a table on the verandah. Specialities include pumpkin soup, shrimp and lobster dishes, her popular lobster burgers, and desserts like coconut cream pie and carrot cake.
TROPICAL MANSION SUITES' RESTAURANT
Located downstairs of the Tropical Mansion Suites Hotel, featuring exquisite international and local cuisine.
FORMERLY WINDSOR RESTAURANT
Perched on the hillside in Cudjoe Head and next to the legendary Silk Cotton Tree, The Windsor overlooks the dramatic, craggy and forested heights of Fogarthy in the Centre Hills. Ideal for: conventions, seminar, conferences, workshops, parties, wedding receptions & office space. ALSO available is a fully operational kitchen.
Other rentals include: Table clothes, napkins, cutlery, food warmers and glasses
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Haute international cuisine located in a verdant, intimate and secluded environment. A wide selection of quality wines adds to this unique dining experience.