Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies

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With fresh ingredients, amazing spices, and far-flung influences, these islands serve up some of the world’s most tantalizing cuisine.

Grenada

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The “Island of Spice” has long produced cloves, nutmeg, ginger, and cinnamon for export as well as for local kitchens. This bounty of flavor goes into Grenadian dishes like ginger pork, curried mutton, crayfish broth, and stir-fried rabbit. It’s also the Caribbean stomping ground for British chef Gary Rhodes, who kicked off the celebrity chef rush to the Caribbean a decade ago when he created his self-titled restaurant at the Calabash resort.

Local Favorites: Rhodes Restaurant and Patrick’s Local Homestyle Cooking Restaurant.

Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies

Grenada

The “Island of Spice” has long produced cloves, nutmeg, ginger, and cinnamon for export as well as for local kitchens. This bounty of flavor goes into Grenadian dishes like ginger pork, curried mutton, crayfish broth, and stir-fried rabbit. It’s also the Caribbean stomping ground for British chef Gary Rhodes, who kicked off the celebrity chef rush to the Caribbean a decade ago when he created his self-titled restaurant at the Calabash resort.

Local Favorites: Rhodes Restaurant and Patrick’s Local Homestyle Cooking Restaurant.

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