Imaginative, diverse and simply delicious, the food is one of the biggest reasons our loyal guests return to Curtain Bluff year after year. It’s been praised by the likes of Harper’s Bazaar, Forbes, Fodors and Gourmet Magazine, and with all meals included in the room rate, it truly sets us apart from our competitors in value.
Breakfast and dinner are served daily in the Tamarind Restaurant, and lunch and dinner are served in the Seagrape Restaurant. Afternoon tea is served in the library overlooking the gardens. All meals are served a la carte, with reservations required for all meals.
The Sea Grape
The Tamarind Restaurant
Start your day with a shaded breakfast set to the pace of the gentle sea breeze at our central restaurant, the Tamarind. The menu includes traditional favorites like banana pancakes, French toast and eggs benedict, plus traditional island dishes, fresh juice, fruit and baked goods prepared in house by our renowned pastry chef. In the evening, dinner tables awash in candlelight are set with a rotating five-course menu including salads, locally caught fish, outstanding meats, and so many desserts they have their own menu. After the meal, diners filter onto the terrace for dancing to live music and stargazing under the moonlight. Daytime service is casual attire. At dinner, slacks (no jeans) and a collared shirt with dress shoes are required for gentlemen. For ladies, denim shorts are not permitted.
The Wine Cellar
Our excellent house wines are included alongside other alcoholic beverages in the room rate. For those aficionados looking for a truly exceptional bottle, however, Curtain Bluff boasts one of the finest wine cellars in the Caribbean. Our cellar is stocked with more than 4,000 wines from nearly a dozen countries sourced by our sommelier. Wine cellar tours can be arranged by your concierge and are hosted by one of our knowledgeable wine team.
“...Thank you Curtain Bluff for having us and giving us one of the most memorable & magical weeks of our lives! We are already planning our next trip back!. ”