Ferdie’s Footsteps Restaurant: Food That’s Worth The Wait

Ferdie’s Footsteps Restaurant: Food That’s Worth The Wait
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Kirk Wardy

Made to order. That’s the main focus at Ferdie’s Footsteps Restaurant on the island of St. Vincent. For the past 33 years, Chef Ferdinand (Ferdie) Toney has been preparing local Vincentian cuisine for diners from scratch.

Whether you want stewed fish with roasted breadfruit and plantain, curried lamb with rice and peas or chicken with ground provisions, Chef Ferdie will make it for you.

His motto is that a diner should be able to “eat what you feel to eat.” We spent an afternoon at this staple restaurant on the island to experience why so many say the wait for a meal at Ferdie’s Footsteps is worth it.


Melissa Noel is an award-winning Guyanese American journalist based between New York City and a Caribbean island near you. Follow her on Twitter @noelknowswell.

Video by Kirk Wardy of The LaRue Group. Follow him on Instagram @thelaruegroup.

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