About Calypso Grill
Blue French doors open out onto the wide deck overlooking Morgan's Harbour. Soft breezes flow in from the North Sound. Views of fishing boats lazing back up to their docks with Frigates soaring above, are your accompaniments to leisurely lunches and delightful dinners. This is the Calypso Grill experience in West Bay, and what a charming and delicious experience it is.
Shuttered window seats line the main dining area, with French doors along the sea – kept ajar to capture the ever present breeze. By day the sun fills the room, the water sparkles, and the play of colours equals the splendour of the outdoors. By night Calypso Grill enjoys the most comfortable and cozy feeling on the Island. The Calypso Grill creators: Teresa Grimes, James Mason and Chef George Fowler, "the heart" of the restaurant, are aided by their excellent kitchen and front of house staff.
Old favourites include the Peppered Tuna Carpaccio, Crispy Mango Shrimp, Wahoo Escoveitch and, of course, Sticky Toffee Pudding. The latter of which has gained such a following that a road has been named after it.
This delightful restaurant, always popular with the 'locals', serves consistently good food and fine wines in a unique setting. Chef George Fowler's cookbook 'Going Down Sticky Toffee Lane' is now available to purchase and is a delightful collection of recipes, colourful Calypso photos, and stories of his career.