Dining here is like sharing a meal at a local's house. Most of the dining area is alfresco and feels something like a semi-enclosed carport. Allow plenty of time; the service is very casual and laid back (you're on island time). While the menu features many local dishes, if you're looking to really get a taste of Grenada, you should try the tapas combination, which includes a tasting of 15 to 20 dishes along with dessert and a shot of the local Schnapps and makes for a full meal. When traveling to a new place, it's always fun to discover the local dishes. Patrick's offers the following: callaloo, tannia fritters, fried plantains, cou-cou, curried chicken or mutton, gingered pork, stir-fried rabbit, manicou, lamb in creole sauce, crayfish and green papaya in cheese sauce.