Local Culinary Culture

Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique: three islands, one unique destination. Located in the southernmost region of the Caribbean, the destination is Best known as the “Spice Island of the Caribbean.” With 50 world-class white sand beaches, more than 15 breathtaking waterfalls, countless hiking trails, more than 60 unforgettable dive sites including the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean, ‘Bianca C’ and the world’s first Underwater Sculpture Park. Our people offer unmatched charm with warm and friendly hospitality, allowing each visitor to seamlessly tailor a beyond-the-ordinary Pure Grenada experience, Just-For-You.

Grenada’s cuisine is a fusion of its cultural heritage (Amerindian, African & European) with a healthy serving of the tri-island state’s organically grown spices! The integration of spices into Grenada’s cuisine has resulted in an overall robust and flavourful national food profile. From fine dining to casual beachside restaurants and even street food, it is undeniable that Grenadians have a taste and flair for delicious food. The islands are perfectly positioned as a Culinary Capital, with their many distinctive culinary assets to showcase. We invite you to visit us and enjoy Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean!


Food Tourism Experiences

Top 10 Must Try Dishes


Meet the Makers



Meet Our Local Ambassador

We first met Sibby, when she worked as an intern on a research project for the World Food Travel Association. Then she became an ambassador of our Association, proudly promoting the culinary wonders of the beautiful islands of Grenada in the West Indies, where she lives.