Even if you're not a guest here, consider visiting at dinnertime. The chefs prepare one of the choicest menus on the island, a four-course repast that changes nightly, based on what's best and freshest at the market. On our latest rounds, we began with creamy breadfruit soup, followed by freshly grilled fish, rice, stuffed butternut pumpkin, and christophene (Caribbean squash). The price even includes dessert and coffee. In an open-air setting, you can enjoy recorded music from Trinidadian steel bands. The owner, Cynthia Clovis, grows herbs and vegetables in an on-site organic garden. The Friday- or Saturday-evening buffet is one of the best spreads on the island, with live music to boot. Shrimp and steak are favorites, but don't overlook the green-banana salad seasoned with fresh herbs.
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