Belmont Estae is an agri-tourism business that offers visitors the opportunity to learn about rural Grenadian life through educational tours of its CERES certified organic farm, cocoa processing facilities, heritage museum and gardens; and to enjoy a culinary experience at its restaurant which is a 2013 and 2014 Trip Advisor winner for excellence.
Local dishes fill the menu, many made with ingredients harvested right from the on-site garden. Signature items include the goat cheese salad, callaloo soup, and organic chocolate. Before or after you are done eating, feel free to explore the estate's museum, cemetery, and other historic relics from Grenada's past, all on the 400 acre estate.
Belmont Estate is a buffet where they proudly serve their take on Creole cuisine. Expect an atmosphere and service that is informal. This dining option is on the table during lunch only, so don't miss out.
Due to the passably ample scope of the dining establishment vacationers should expect to dodge drawn out waits at peak times. Plus, it is an ideal locale if you are dining with a large party.
Even with seating for 250 guests, the large dining area at Belmont Estate creates a warm, friendly, and intimate environment for guests. On Sundays guests are often entertained by a live band while on other days, particularly during the peak season, they are treated to a local performance of drumming and dancing on the grounds.
Set near the heart of the island of Grenada, 1.1 miles North-Northwest of Belmont, Belmont Estate is a pleasant option for those staying close-by. Customers who are checking out Grenville should also think about having a meal here, as the restaurant is 3.7 miles to the north of town.
If you are hoping to combine your restaurant visit with some pleasant sightseeing options, you'll find at least a couple noteworthy things to see and do within a short distance, like River Antoine Rum Distillery.
One reason tourists can be found roaming the vicinity is Conference Bay, where tired travelers can recharge on the warm sand.
For those hoping to find another place to eat with similar kinds of food or a similar atmosphere, there are lots of nearby places to choose from, including Morne Fendue. It's situated two miles to the north of this restaurant.
In contrast, if you're looking for something different, this section of Grenada boasts a long list of food and drink locales, where you will encounter all kinds of flavors and cuisine types. For example, you might also consider trying Caribbean food at, which is approximately three miles away.
Belmont Estate accepts Master Card and Visa. The estate is open Sunday to Friday, though closed on Saturdays, with lunch being served from noon to 3:00p.m.
Phone: (473) 442-9524
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