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Food & Dining in Montserrat

There are a handful of full service restaurants and a number of small welcoming eateries that serve hot tasty meals using locally grown produce and herbs – anything from lobster burgers, freshly grilled fish and saltfish (salted cod) with ground provision to pastas and fresh salads. If you really want to ‘go local’, ask for a sample of 'mountain chicken' (better known as frogs legs), or 'goat water', the traditional national dish, a thick tasty stew with chunks of goat meat, eaten hot with a crusty bread roll.

Few places are open at night for dinner, and most of those that are require reservations; not because they're fancy or expensive, but because business is slower and they want to ensure they have fresh food available.

Some of the popular restaurants include John Ponteens Sunday BBQ (Little Bay), DD Bar Friday Night (Hope by the MVO), Chicken Wilsons (Salem) and Gourmet Gardens (Olveston). Olveston House (Sir George Martin's private residence) is open seven days a week. Tina's, La Colage and Emerald Rose are great for local lunches. The Royal Palm Club typically shows movies with dinner on Tuesday evenings.





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