In the six years since we were last in Nevis, there have been a few changes. The biggest is the development of the beach bars just to the south of the Four Seasons Nevis. Back in 2011, there were basically three bars, Sunshine’s, Double Deuce, and Chevy’s. The area where those bars were located has really developed into a hot spot of beach bars with a wide variety of options. A newcomer offering great food and cocktails is Turtle Time Beach Bar & Grill.
Owned by the same family that owns Indian Summer, a fantastic Indian restaurant we also visited, Turtle Time offers a wide variety of dishes and cocktails. We dined there twice during our visit, once for lunch and once for dinner. Both times, we ordered the Hakka Shrimp. You won’t find it on the menu, but be sure to ask for it, and if you are one who likes a little heat in your food, ask them to dial up the spice.
All of the dishes we ordered during our two visits were delicious. Popular were the Chicken Lollipops — who doesn’t love fried chicken! I loved the Siu Mai, chinese steamed dumplings, and the Red Thai Curry.
Relax in the bar are on the cushy sofas, or pull up a chair at the bar. Enjoy a “Tipsy Turtle,” the restaurant’s signature rum punch topped with a grating of fresh nutmeg.
Turtle Time is open seven days a week except Wednesdays during the off season. Enjoy!
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