One of the best things about a holiday, in my opinion anyway, is trying new foods and restaurants. I have to admit that
good food is one of my vices, thank God that it doesn't show. If good food is one of your vices, well then I have bad (?) news for you! Nevis has world class Epicurean delights too.
I have had everything from a chili dog at a snackette, Yorkshire pudding at Gallipot, caramelized onion and Brie tart at Bananas, and of course oceans of GREAT seafood. While the
selection of restaurants on Nevis are few compared to the "big" Caribbean islands, there are enough choices to suit any taste or budget.
I knew when I began to write this site on Nevis
that the restaurant page would be the most difficult, not only because of the amount of information, but also for the fact that one person's pâté is another person's chopped liver. What I have decided to do is
just give the basic information on atmosphere, service, food, and "estimtaed" cost of dining per person.
Oh, and for those of you who plan on staying in a villa, house, or a flat, there are several good places to shop for groceries. If you are near Newcastle make sure to stop in at Julian Nisbett's, (Sunshine Shoppers) he is
located across from the airport. He has a nice selection of fresh produce, canned goods, frozen meats, and even a decent selection of wine and beer. Good service and prices too. Although his business
hours are hard to figure out, he is generally open if the sun is up. If you really get a craving for European or American brand foods then Superfoods, in Charlestown, is a must. I personally go
there every time I am in Nevis just to have a browse round. Lots of UK brands there that I can't get in the States. Ramm's which is just a few years old is great too, but just a bit too big for my liking.
I hope you enjoy the restaurant tour. Just "click" on the links below.
*****Just a quick note about the restaurant
guide, these prices are just approximations. Certainly many of these fine restaurants have less expensive as well as more expensive fare to choose from. Also take into consideration the difference in
ordering prix fixe or à la carte, as well as the quality and quantity of drinks you have with your meal. These prices are guesstimated for
dinner, per person, and I firmly believe that no matter what your budget, that you can find a wonderful meal at any of these restaurants no matter what price category you choose. Remember that you can often find a
great bargain in a lesser known restaurant, and often times prices are cheaper in the "off season"! OK, enough already, I am not a food critic!
Bon Appétit, Mike