Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Little Dipper Restaurant in Woburn, Grenada

Chris relaxing with a local Stag beer while we wait for lunch

We don’t go out to eat often, and when we do, it’s usually lunch at some local place. We try to avoid the typical marina/tourist places – they take too big a bite out of our budget. The great thing is, there are lots of places where you can get a delicious, inexpensive meal. In Grenada, I read about the Little Dipper Restaurant, which was perched on the hillside just above our anchorage (directions for cruisers: dinghy in to Whisper Cove, walk out to the main road, take a left and walk down the hill a ways). We went for lunch one day and enjoyed not only the spectacular view of Clarkes Court Bay, but also a huge plate of food—chicken, carrots/beans/squash medley, potatoes, salad, and breadfruit—for the reasonable price of $9 US each (which actually is more than we usually pay). The food was all fresh (we’ve gotten previously frozen veggies in some more expensive places) and prepared while we waited. We didn’t need dinner that night!
Mr Mac is anchored by the hilly island on the left

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