Food & drink
The three open-air restaurants and a casual grill offer plenty of dining options, all with views across the Caribbean Sea. You also have the choice of three bars dotted around the resort. Menus are Euro-Caribbean; featuring fresh produce (some grown in gardens on-site) and lots of local seafood. The dishes can be quite creative, including coffee-dusted beef or cornmeal-crusted tuna.
The Seagrape is the resort's main restaurant; with a laid-back atmosphere and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s right alongside the beach so in the evening you can enjoy live music while the Caribbean waves lap on the shore.
The Gaugin restaurant has an intimate atmosphere as you dine in your own thatched cabana. This restaurant is open for lunch and dinner; offering dishes inspired by European and West Indian cuisine.
Ismay’s (named after Ismay Mason, the longest serving member of staff at Galley Bay) provides fine dining for special occasions with a refined menu served by candle light. Reservations are necessary and a supplement will be charged.
For a casual beachside atmosphere, The Barefoot Grill offers lunchtime snacks, and complimentary afternoon tea is served between 4pm and 5pm.
Please note gentlemen are required to wear long trousers at dinner. Not all the restaurants are open at the same time — this depends on the season and how busy the hotel is.