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“Great food and hotel”

The Beach Club at Calabash
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: USD 5 - USD 25
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Placed on the white powdery sands of L'anse Aux Epines Beach, The Beach Club at the Calabash offers the perfect lunchtime setting. British chef Mark Banthorpe fell in love with the island's flavours, and this love lead him to create an exciting menu focused on Grenada's natural ingredients and spices. Lunch is served between 12 noon - 3pm and "tapas" bites and cocktails available from 10.30am - 6.30pm everyday.
Reviewed 6 April 2018

Very nice resort and terrific food- would recommend to stay and eat! We had lobster and it was prepared excellent, and great atmosphere.

Thank JamesW11202
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

On the MARK with Chef Mark...

The front gate and front desk people told us we had to have a reservation for lunch. That makes sense; it was Easter Sunday. We set up a reservation for the next day. We said that we would have a drink at the Beach Club since we were already there. Michael approached us while we entered; we said we were coming tomorrow, but were having a drink. He said "Let me see if we can get you in." He did. What a pleasant surprise!

And so this aptly provides evidence of the Beach Club's service and personable staff. Magnifique, only to be championed by the food! The calamari appetizer was light and crispy with a spicy mayo on the bowl inner circumference. The fish burger was beautifully-arranged and tasted even better than any fish sandwich I've had before. And the lobster tacos were unbelievable. Four deep-fried large pieces of lobster on a pita and a bed of greens and tumeric/mayo condiment...tasty!

Not dessert people, we saw the Banana Crumble and caved especially with its local notoriety. Warm bananas are in a metal cup with a handle like a measuring cup only to be topped with what tasted like a crumble with banana chips. PS - The handle is very hot! Of course, the side scoop of ice cream and caramel on the plate only added to the fantastic flavor.

What a way to spend an Easter brunch! One to be remembered for a long time... Thank you, Chef Mark, Michael, and Desiann.

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1  Thank Janou J
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Reviewed 28 February 2018

My Daughter lives in Grenada and when I visit we frequent the beach bar often. The food is incredible and the view is worth the usual long wait for service. My first trip there a Gentleman named George waited on us several times, he is certainly an asset to the resort and obviously enjoys his job! We went back several times specifically because we knew George would be at the bar. Delisa is also a lovely server and even remembered us from our last visit. This trip my son in law decided to treat me to an extravagant meal in the dining room. The food was excellent, lion fish and lobster tropical sorbets and a delightful wine list made our experience feel very decadent. The only reason I would give Calabash a 4 is that sometimes the male servers can be very sexist and rude to the women especially if we do not have a man with us. Implying that the woman can not pay the credit card bill is rather presumptuous in this day and age and not appropriate for such a world class establishment. I will visit again but will make sure George is present to make out trip wonderful, as only George can do at Calabash!

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Thank popstarzmom
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Reviewed 1 February 2018

Beach side restaurant with bar. Normally serves guests of the hotel but is happy to serve you if you turn up ad hoc.
The catch of the day is usually good and if you don't think you have enough fish he will add more to your plate!
if you sit there long eneough usually a boat turns up with a lobster ( which is also on the menu) , during which time the brits on the beach will have turned a similar colour.

1  Thank Paul J R
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Reviewed 1 February 2018

Brillant use of local igredients fused with traditional makes for incredible taste and ultimate satisfaction. Cheers for Chef Mark!
Bash bar is situated right on the beach, what could be better than enjoying a wonderful meal with ones feet in the sand!

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Thank mang0es
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