Located on the way into town not far from the sea, this restaurant welcomes guests as you might welcome close friends into your private screened-in ... More
Located on the way into town not far from the sea, this restaurant welcomes guests as you might welcome close friends into your private screened-in porch. In fact, that's where you eat here, on the porch of a former house, now converted into a restaurant. The food is cooked and served home style. It is simple, but good.
I have recently travelled from England with a party to Nevis West Indies and visited a beautiful Restaurant called Seafood madness. The service was very good the staff was friendly and willing to serve. We felt like royalty. I am recommending to all my friends in England Visit this restaurant and you will receive great value for money, excellent service and great tasting food.
ps. Don't forget to order the fish roti
When we arrived we where let the locked door. When we where seated it felt like we were in prison. All the windows had bars on them.
When the waitress arrived we ordered a cocktail and was told they had run out of this cocktail. I ordered onion rings and they had run out of them. I ordered rice and was told they didn't have any. I ordered Lobster, when it tunred up was burnt. My frined order chicken which was tough. The potatoe (substitue for the rice was the smallest potatoe I have ever seen and was rock solid) The waitress didn't smile the whole time. We left our meal and headed of to another restaurant. It was awful. DON'T GO THERE!
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Established in 1660 by the United Kingdom to get a foothold in the Spanish dominated Caribbean, Charlestown is the hub
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