Every trip to Dominica deserves a little flavor, so don't forget to seek out a few nice places to eat.
There is one restaurant at Hibiscus Valley Inn,, offering the option to dine well without leaving the property.
Hibiscus Valley Inn provides guests with local cuisine for breakfast and lunch along with fresh and local juice, coffee, and lemongrass tea. Lunch is served in the new Hibiscus Pallet Bar, by the river
side, where you can ask for a hammock to swing in while you eat. Specialties include local Dominican lunches, and Mediterranean and Swedish cuisine. Don't forget the bush rum and other special drinks. Guests will also be pleased with a dinner in the Inn's restaurant after a day on one of the tours and treks through nature that the Inn is known for. The restaurant is open-air and specializes in local dishes with international touches.
There is a snack bar as well, so travelers can opt to have a quick and simple meal. There is also one bar on the property.
If trying new restaurants is your thing, luckily there are a fair amount of tempting choices near the lodge. If you find yourself craving salads, you might enjoy one of the closest restaurants, Kalinago Village Cafe, where they also have plenty of Creole-style meals. The restaurant is just a meager trip off from the lodging, so it won't be a bother to plan on going over for a meal. You'll find more information about the closest dining options in the table below.
|Kalinago Village Cafe||(767) 445-7979||Very Casual||Dominica||--|
|Pagua Bay Bar & Grill||(767) 445-8888||Informal||1.8 mi. (2.9 km)||N|
|(767) 245-4904||Very Casual||Marigot||--|
|Waitukubuli's Authentic Kitchen||(767) 616-7704||Very Casual||Dominica||--|
|(767) 445-7725||Very Casual||Marigot||--|
|Beau Rive Restaurant||(767) 445-8992||Informal||Dominica||--|
|(767) 446-0370||Very Casual||Castle Bruce||--|
|(767) 315-7474||Very Casual||Wesley||--|
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