Discover the best restaurant in Clifton, St. Vincent and the Grenadines including Big Citi Grill, Barracuda Restaurant and Bar, Sparrow's Beach Club, The Snack Shack, Lambi's, The Loft, Jennifer's Restaurant, Bar and Boutique, Ciao Marie's Restaurant, JP.French.Bakery, The Waterfront
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4.5 based on 69 reviews
Big Citi Grill is no longer in operation, we have moved to Carriacou, Grenada and our new name is Callaloo Restaurant @ The Mermaid Beach Hotel. See you there
Being from the United States, a vacation in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines provided me an opportunity to explore its beautiful, exotic, tropical Islands. Despite the great time I experienced during my visit, I struggled with adjusting to the foods indigenous to the region. This...MoreThank you Tim for the review. We are glad that we were able to help your food situation. Lol. Thanks
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Restaurant & bar with wide menu offer dishes of the traditional italian cooking included a very good pizza, local caraibic cooking and international cooking. Good the wine selection with wine from Chile, California, Australia and Italy. We have also fast food: burger, chicken and fries, fish and fries, Sandwich for snack or brunch. Our bar serve a wide selection of cocktails I.B.A.
We ate here on one of our overnights in the bay. The lady who served us had a very cheerful attitude and was attentive enough, but gave us our space. My husband had the pork chop and I had a tomato and basil pasta. Both dishes were good and a reasonable price. They offered free WiFi and the connection was good.
4.5 based on 211 reviews
We stayed at David's Beach Hotel and this is right next door (we literally walked 10 metres, carrying our baby's high chair between the two places!). Good food (try the sea urchin) and a good vibe.
5 based on 67 reviews
The Snack Shack is the perfect place to hang out, while listening to some good tunes, located in the middle of Clifton Village, where you can see all the action. Free Wifi available all day & night, meaning you can enjoy one of our delicious smoothies or milkshakes while keeping in touch with loved ones. We serve a wide range of sweet and salty dishes. From Juicy Burgers to Healthy Salads to King Size Paninis and Nutella Crepes to Local Ice Creams to our famous Chocolate Brownie Sundae !! Come see us anytime from 7am for a great coffee until late at night. We have a cool shop as well, where you can find the perfect gifts to take back home. See you soon !!
snacks were great, service was excellent and being almost in the middle of the market & main street brought this experience to life. We stopped off at the Snack Shack for a few beers and were very impressed with the menu range. We were surprised and happy with the food. Great value.
3.5 based on 15 reviews
We stayed there in April 2015 and made fast directly in front of the restaurant at the mooring. The bar had a quite low selection of drinks. We ordered a menu for 24 people. The food took longer than an hour until it was served. the stuff was friendly. Although it was a big party at that day in Clifton (easter monday) we were the only guests.
At the other side of the restaurant in direction to the main road they also have a supermarket with moderate prices.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
The Loft is a Wine and Tapas Bar on Union Island in St Vincent and the Grenadines. Our aim is keep all things simple. A relaxed, informal atmosphere inspired by travels in Europe. Cured meats and cheeses direct from Italy form the backbone of the menu that is a collection of plates to be enjoyed singularly with a glass of wine or combined to create something more substantial. Call it Tapas, call it Bar Snacks, call it Dinner - no rules, just tasty fresh homemade food to accompany the good wine, beer, cocktails and conversation. To put it simply, The Loft - Lime on Free Time is the kind of place we want to relax in when we are not working - comfortable with good music, wine, beer and food. The bar offers various wines by the glass for you to sample and enjoy and more by the bottle plus beers, excellent cocktails and soft drinks. We use all of our wine tasting/buying skills to find great value and interesting wines. Enjoy! All our food is fresh so therefore some dishes may not be available due to non-availability of produce in the Islands
A very nice, clean and reasonably priced restaurant. Not so "local" lot's of excellent appetizer choices. Awesome view of the harbor from the loft style patio. Very stylish
3.5 based on 18 reviews
Not much to look at, but the place was nice, refreshingly local, to sit down and to grab some food. We ate shark and chicken, which both were good and served with multiple side dishes.
Price was cheap even the rum&coke. We got a nice breeze and shady spot to sit on. Worth a visit, and support.
4 based on 9 reviews
Ciao Marie’s is located in the centre of Clifton at the north side of Captain Hugh Mulzac Square. The establishment is a small, colourful, simple, single-storey shelter, owned by mrs Marie, a French middle aged lady who also does the cooking. She does good pizza’s. Our tuna salad was OK. Value for money food. When you dine at the Terrace in front you have traffic passing by at low speed, which hardly disturbs.
4 based on 5 reviews
Nice and pretty french bakery , home made baguette....
Reasonably priced and very fresh. We bought from the bakery on two separate occasions. great job guys
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The Waterfront bar and restaurant located in Bougainvilla Hotel over looking Clifton Harbour. Our menu features whatever is freshly caught by local fisherman and available in the market that day. Simple food, carefully prepared using the best locally sourced ingredients.
This place is conveniently located off the dock but it's overpriced. For a restaurant that considers itself high end the service is lacking to match the pretentiousness. The portions are small and the food is what is normally served in a restaurant but the server made a mistake on the bill. The owner of the restaurant actually agreed with the server and treated me (the return customer) like I was a thief trying to steal a $6 US coffee. Really? I would fly all the way to Grenadines to steal a $6 coffee which millions of people pay that much and more at Starbucks several times a day? Find yourself another place, you are on vacation and don't need that kind of attitude.
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