During our stay in Nevis, we had dinner at Coconut Grove, a restaurant, bar and wine lounge. It is a casual dining option located amongst a beautiful coconut grove on a gorgeous beach on the island. Designed on a Balinese theme, the restaurant has a palm thatched roof and a rough bamboo railing surrounding it. One section has sofas with bright cushions, to relax and enjoy a drink, while the rest of it is regular restaurant style seating. It is open from 5:00 pm throughout the week for drinks and dinner.
The menu has a French-Asian flavor with more focus on seafood dishes like sea scallops, sesame tuna and tiger shrimp. It is not very extensive, but all the options sounded delicious. I had the Seafood Napoleon, which is a shrimp and lobster dish in a mild Madras curry sauce layered between Indian pampadoms. It is served with a combination of sambals. It was fabulous! Prices are high and average appetizers range between $17-$20, while entrees were around $25. The wine list included French, Italian and American wines. It is the only place on the island which has a wine cellar with world class wines and also serves draught beer.