If you are new to Grenada or reside here and are simply looking for an extraordinary dining experience, then the place to check out this season is Grenada’s only floating restaurant – the historic Lighthouse Ship, that reopened for the season on Saturday 1st December, 2012.
Moored alongside in the Le Phare Bleu Marina, the remarkable Lighthouse Ship Restaurant is your unusual dining solution for all occasions and special celebrations. As a matter of fact, if you are looking for a tranquil place to relax in Bistro style while enjoying an amazing Spice Isle sun-downer, the Lighthouse Ship Restaurant is certainly the place to visit.
Each high season (December to May) will offer a different Chef on-board the Lighthouse Ship Restaurant. This season Charlene Mottley, originally from Barbados and trained at Sandy Lane, has joined the team at Le Phare Bleu and during their opening night delighted guests with delicious dishes.
For this season the theme for the Lighthouse Ship, or as some people call it ‘The Boat’, as a Bistro style restaurant with great home cooked food offering a fusion of Caribbean and International dishes. Once onboard this unique restaurant you will be warmly taken care of during your voyage of culinary discovery by the Le Phare Bleu crew.
Make plans to visit the restaurant and when you do you must try for dessert the Banana Spring Roll with fried ice cream and caramel rum sauce. If you would like to view the full menu you can do so via www.lepharebleu.com Reservations are required and the restaurant is open Tuesday to Saturday evenings from 6.30pm. For further information call 444 2400.