View is great and was conveniently located next to the Chocolate making Belmont Estate, but the food is meh and overpriced.
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I had lunch followed by a tour of the Chocolate Factory. It was a wonderful experience (the service, food, knowledge of the operations). I highly recommend this property!!
Following a scenic drive had the pleasure of arriving at Belmont Estate. The staff were welcoming and provided us a wonderful history of the estate and overview of it’s current operations. The chocolate tasting was educational as well as tasty. :) if you have time...More
We came here for lunch as a part of a tour for lunch and a walk around the property.The grounds are beautiful,some interesting things to look at,try the chocolate samples in the shop.Lunch was delicious and filling-banana cake for dessert was yummy!
From the moment you arrive, expect to have your needs anticipated. A warm towel before your meal to refresh you, Fresh juice, a flavorful buffet, outstanding desserts (nutmeg ice cream is wonderful) in a wonderful open air "tree house" restaurant overlooking beautiful flowering shrubs and...More
What a beautiful luncheon, farm to table assisted buffet, Part of our island tour, and had amazing chicken, rice, eggplant, it was so nice and relaxing there. There is no alcohol served here but they have fruit juices, for religious purposes,
Lunch at Belmont Estate was the best food as well as the best service we had anywhere on Grenada. Everything was prepared with local ingredients, many of them organic. Flavours were authentic Caribbean. There was a choice of local juices, made from seasonal fruit. The...More
The restaurant served us their 3 course Grenadan Lunch Special of banana soup, carib spiced chicken and vegetables followed by chocolate cake and washed down with freshly made lemonade. Gorgeous. The restaurant is in the Belmont Estate where bananas and cacao plantations grow.....they make their...More
We had lunch and the food was pretty good ...and sampled some chocolate ... most of it was dark and bitter. We got to walk on coco beans barefooted which was ouchy but a once in a lifetime experience. this chocolate plantation also has lots...More