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  • St.Vincent and the Grenadines food - tasty, fresh and diverse!
  • Enjoy a mixture of street food and gourmet dining
  • Sample a variety of local dishes from St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  So, what do you know about St. Vincent and the Grenadines food? The foodie tradition of these magical islands makes use of the wonderful produce on offer, cooked in a variety of ways that reflect the history and culture of ‘Vincy’, as the islands are affectionately known to locals and those in the know. One ingredient reigns supreme in St. Vincent and the Grenadines food - breadfruit, the symbol of St.Vincent, found everywhere on the island. The Grenadines national dishes is breadfruit with fried jack fish - if you’ve never tried breadfruit before, its taste is best described as a cross between bread and potatoes, so nutritious that early explorers thought they had finally found a magical island where ‘bread grows on trees’. Another popular ingredient is arrowroot, as well as other root vegetables including yams, eddoes and dasheens (two kinds of taro). Foodies can’t miss the Friday and Saturday veg market in Kingstown, where these (and more) products are on offer. St. Vincent and the Grenadines food ranges from high-class dining to simple (but no less tasty) roadside kitchens, where you can mingle with the locals enjoying traditional dishes like conch and goat or chicken curry, as well as lots of grilled seafood.   Are you curious to know more about St. Vincent and the Grenadines food? Browse our listings and plan your Grenadines cruise!

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