Paradise Beach
Callaloo Soup and Stuffed Crab Back

Paradise Beach restaurant is tucked away on the southern coast of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It is a great place to appreciate the view of Young Island and enjoy a typical local meal. Waves gently caress the shoreline, and the simple yet clean decor gives Paradise Beach a laid-back and tropical ambience. Customers can enjoy local roti made with fresh conch, chicken or beef that are packed with ground provisions (a local term used to describe tannias, sweet potatoes, eddoes and yams). An essential local food is callaloo soup, which is made with the leaves of the dasheen plant. It’s a dish that represents the islands diverse mixture of cultures. It has a distinct flavor that stands out with its thick, rich consistency, similar to spinach, with a hint of spice, thyme, pumpkin and coconut milk. This soup can be paired with a stuffed crab back, which is filled with spicy seasoned and baked crabmeat. The meal is bound to leave the diner satisfied.

Villa Beach, P.O. BOX 639 Kingstown, St. Vincent W.I.
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Opening times
Sat: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
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