Twenty years ago the Tropicana was the place to visit. As far as I know it was the first place in Grenada to offer take-away food. It has a prominent position in St George's, on the route of carnival, so lots of people stay there or stand behind its walls to witness the spectacle of Jouvert Morning and Pretty Mas. Long ago it was the place we would go for a quick drink but the tired decor is no longer welcoming and there are much trendier bars on the island now. As for food, the large images of food on their menu stuck on the walls was more off putting than it was appealing. I had breakfast there the other day and made the mistake of not ordering the traditional breakfast of bakes and saltfish etc because it looked delicious. The people who did order it said it tasted delicious too. I tried to order an omelette with bacon and sausage, what I recieved was a poor excuse. I ate it anyway, I would not rush back but if I were to I would stick with Grenada's traditional dish.
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