If you are going to Antigua then calling in here for lunch is a must. Excellent food made and served by very nice local people.
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We stopped by Grace’s by chance. The place is a funky shack, and we had a fun welcome from Tasha, the waitress. The food is well cooked - we had conch roti and goat roti, which were very tasty and filling. There were plenty other...More
local good food cooked well by some local ladies with a smile, have had food here a few times now and never been let down
I have known grace for 35 years and everything she cooks and prepares and serves for you is perfect and made Caribbean style and clean. I love all her food. I am vegetarian and she respects that.
Very simple eatery just down the street from the English Harbour "National Park". You go in and order from the posted menu. Delicious local food, generous portions, and priced for the locals. I had the BBQ Baked Chicken with Rice and Vege's; S' had a...More
Go see Miss Grace. Great value and great food. We fed a family of five and had lots of choices. Great lunch options and great location.
We were the only customers. The 'waiter' had to get up from folding laundry. Was picking her nose with bald faced abandon. Plopped our dishes down and walked away. I don't have any idea what was going on...if we'd offended somehow but it was so...More
You wouldn't call it a restaurant, but it was more than a tin shack with just four tables. However, Takeaway trade was very brisk always a good sign of popular, affordable, local, fresh made food. If you like meeting the local people for a Wadadli...More