The Best Seafood Platter in Guyana!

As another incredible day in Guyana came to a close, I set out to have a special treat for dinner. Come with me as I enjoy the ultimate Guyanese seafood platter in Georgetown, Guyana!

It’s called the Kaieteur Falls Platter, which you can get at the Fireside Grill n Chill in Georgetown. The restaurant is right across the street from the Fireside Suites, which is where I stayed during my time in the city! They have 14 suites in total! The rooms are spacious and clean.

The Kaieteur Falls Seafood Platter

The Kaieteur Falls Platter at Fireside Grill n Chill in Georgetown, Guyana, containing red snapper, scallops, crab legs, lobster, prawns, calamari, octopus, and corn | Davidsbeenhere
The Kaieteur Falls Platter is a mountain of succulent seafood with Cajun seasoning.

The Kaieteur Falls Platter is the biggest seafood platter in the city. It contains red snapper, scallops, crab legs, lobster, prawns, calamari, baby octopus, and corn on the cob. They have some outdoor seating and a bar, so you can enjoy your seafood at either one!

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They fried some fried snapper and put the shrimp, crawfish, lobster tails, calamari, some potatoes, the crab legs, mussels, and baby octopus on the grill. While it cooked, I headed to the bar to have a Hurricane, which is made from passion fruit mix, lime juice orange juice, white rum, and simple syrup.

I ate in the kitchen where it was quieter. They placed everything on a big platter and drizzled the juices and a garlic butter sauce over it. Everything looked incredible. The mussels and shrimp were so succulent. I loved the Cajun seasoning. Everything was so fresh!

I couldn’t get enough of the calamari, and the lobster was amazing with the garlic sauce. The crawfish were also excellent. Then, it was time for the snow crab! There was some nice meat in the knuckles. I really liked the meat inside, as well as the potatoes.

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The corn was also nice and buttery. It reminded me of the corn I grew up eating! It was the most incredible seafood platter I’ve had while traveling!

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