Places in St Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines Food and Drink

St Vincent is one of the few islands where good West Indian cuisine can almost always be enjoyed in hotels. There is also plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables and seafood on offer.


• Red snapper.
• Kingfish.
Lambi (conch).
Callalou soup.
• Souse (pickled meat or seafood).


10 to 15% service added to the bill.

Regional drinks

Sea-moss drink.
Vincentian beer and rum, a major ingredient in punch and cocktails.
A wide variety of local exotic fruit juices.

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