Located directly on Grand Anse beach, The Edge replaces Jenny's and Eric and his wife are the new proprietors. Nice folks beginning a new endeavour: the restaurant and boutique hotel.
The food is good, though the menu seems to me just a bit confused with respect to what overarching theme it's trying to be. Chicken curry reported as wonderful by my wife. Linguine Alfredo with chicken was ok. Al dente bordering on under done, with a cream sauce made of light cream or milk was only ok. Our companions had lobster tails which were reported as being good albeit quite small, and a tad over done. ($EC$90.00 seemed a bit expensive versus other restaurant offerings of larger portions). A steak was also offered, but was not sampled the night we dined. All dishes came with fresh vegetables, simply steamed, and cooked well.
The wine list is modest and priced competitively.
All in all a wonderful venue, with a dining experience which is good and bound to improve as the new owners zone in on what they want the restaurant's menu to be thematically.
I'd give it a whirl again. See what you think. I doubt you'll regret it, if for no other reason than (as most folks you'll meet in Grenada) the proprietors are super friendly and the atmosphere is very hard to beat.
P.S. The bar would be a wonderful way to have a cocktail while watching the sun set.
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