Everybody is welcome to have lunch or dinner at this guesthouse-resort with 4 cottages, but advance booking is necessary. The few tables on a covered terrace overlooking many trees and the sea are decorated with a small vase with daily changing flowers.
Kiddusi, who runs the guesthouse and the restaurant and cooks himself always serves a three course meal of his choice. Being a rasta the food is ital. Even non-vegetarians will enjoy the nicely prepared meals, which Kiddusi always explains in details to his guests.
Anyway staying at his cottages we had three times dinner here, but never lunch, although this is also available (as there is breakfast for residents). The dinner usually starts with a soup, then come various cooked vegetables, then a dessert. All this is accompanied by a homemade fruit-juice or herbal-tea. Alcohol (although beer is available) is not encouraged, nor is coffee.
The first evening we had the typical Caribbean calloloo soup (from dasheen leaves). As a main course was served: quinoa with many spices, topped by cooked banana, then various vegetables like cauliflower, cale and tomatoes. There were also fried eggplants and a beetroot salad with onions. In the end there are always two desserts: a smoothie (this time from mango, guava, soursop and beetroot) and the a well-spiced chocolate cake. As an accompanying drink we got a mango-lime juice.
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