Grand Anse restaurants

Top Choice Caribbean in Grand Anse

Andy's Soup House

This humble roadside diner is our favorite place on the whole island for fantastic local eats. They serve a variety of traditional dishes and snacks including great rotis, but the main reason to come here is for the…
Top Choice Seafood in Grand Anse

Coconut Beach

French- and Creole-accented seafood is served up inside this old beachfront house, or at tables right on the sand. Famous for its lobster, this family-run restaurant puts just the right amount of nutmeg in the rum p…
Jamaican in Grand Anse

Jam Down

It's worth making the trip slightly off the beaten path to this humble roadside wooden shack. It sells just one thing – outrageously tasty jerk chicken cooked the original Jamaican way. Come early, as they sell out …
Japanese in Grand Anse

Carib Sushi

Local seafood is rolled into the mix at this casual sushi bar. Mix and mingle on the outdoor picnic tables (or cool off inside) before diving into top-quality tempura, sushi, sashimi and noodles. Or cool off with th…
American in Grand Anse

Umbrellas

A stylish two-floor wooden building just back from the sand, with tables on the upper deck and inside. It's good for a frosty cocktail, cold beer or tasty meal. Salads counterbalance the long burger menu.
Caribbean in Grand Anse

Edge

Located on the northern reaches of Grand Anse, this welcoming waterside restaurant serves up good Caribbean plates as well as burgers, lasagna and salads. It's also a nice spot for breakfast.
Caribbean in Grand Anse

Cummin Up

A small food van on a breezy point right by the water on Grand Anse. They prepare a variety of local Caribbean dishes, but most folks come here for the jerk chicken. They even have a little bar and serve a variety o…
Supermarket in Grand Anse

Real Value

The biggest grocery store on the island; has everything you’d ever need to self-cater.