Restaurants in Nevis

With a wealth of locally grown ingredients such as peppers, limes, papayas, shellfish and more, Nevis restaurants impress their patrons with expertly prepared island flavor. One of the most outstanding restaurants in Nevis is Coconut Grove, an open-air eatery located along the beach. Diners can enjoy Mediterranean-influenced, heart-healthy cuisine beneath a thatched roof and choose from a wine list that’s 8,000 bottles strong. There’s even an infinity pool downstairs.

Close by, the Hermitage Plantation Inn hosts a weekly pig roast on Wednesdays that’s a must-try for visitors. The fresh, locally sourced meals are served al fresco on its veranda along with a particularly potent rum punch. For a more exclusive dining experience, reserve one of 18 seats at one of the best restaurants in Nevis, the Mill at the Montpelier Plantation Inn. Many of the herbs used in its regionally inspired dishes come from its grounds. The same goes for its brown sugar. Nevis restaurants on the more casual end of the scale include Double Deuce, near Pinney’s Beach, which serves up juicy burgers and fish sandwiches.

A prime sunset beach spot, complete with signature rum drinks, grilled lobster, and views of St. Kitts.

There are only 18 seats in the Mill at Montpelier Plantation Inn, a stone 18th-century sugar mill, so reserve in advance for dishes like mahimahi roasted in plantain leaves, garnished with locally grown basil and sprinkled with brown sugar harvested on-si