St. Lucia for Foodies

St. Lucia for Foodies

St Lucia for Foodies

With a heady mix of English, French, African and even some Indian influence, it’s no wonder that the food of St Lucia has been getting diners’ taste buds buzzing for a generations.

However, it’s only in recent years that the island’s cuisine has received the recognition it really deserves, with foodies flocking to St Lucia from all over the world.

If you’re heading to this tropical paradise any time soon and are looking for a few tasty treats, here are some of the best and most exciting eateries the island has to offer.

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The Great House, Sugar Beach

Home to many of the most desirable luxury properties in St. Lucia, Sugar Beach has a reputation for good food and spectacular scenery.

Overlooking the idyllic bay you’ll find The Great House, a fine dining restaurant and wine bar that caters to holidaymakers and resort residents alike.

 Making the most of the freshest local ingredients and with an extensive and impressive wine list, The Great Room is the perfect spot for enjoying delicious and innovative St Lucian cuisine in a beautiful setting.



Boucan, Hotel Choclat

 Set in a working cocoa plantation, Boucan, part of Hotel Choclat, enjoys a unique setting and gives diners the chance to experience a taste of traditional island life.

In keeping with its heritage, Boucan  add cocoa as a subtle flavouring throughout its menu, in both sweet and savoury dishes. Apart from creating a unique and unusual flavour, the use of cocoa helps to remind diners of the heritage  of St Lucia.


The Cliff At Cap, Cap Masion

 Located on the north west coast of St. Lucia, overlooking the Caribbean Sea, The Cliff At Cap is fast becoming one of the island’s most sought-after eateries..

 The menu is a contemporary take on French West Indian cuisine and offers guests the chance to sample a variety of exciting and novel flavors.


Rainforest Hideaway, Marigot Bay

Built over the water of Marigot Bay, the Rainforest hideaway enjoys uninterrupted views of the sea and surrounding countryside. In fact, the only way to reach the restaurant is by boat, making for a very romantic start to your evening.

The modern European Caribbean fusion menu is packed full of big, fresh flavours with diners able to enjoy regular live music events with their meal.

Martha’s Table

Managed  by a local family, Martha’s Table has a warm and friendly atmosphere and offers traditional Caribbean flavours at affordable prices.

With fantastic views of the famous Piton Mountains and surrounding countryside,from  a beautiful pen air veranda, Martha’s Table is a St Lucian favourite and the perfect place to sample local cuisine during your stay on the island.

With so many first class restaurants to sample, St Lucia is truly a foodie’s heaven. So if you’re spending a well-earned holiday on the island or are in the country to search for your own little piece  of St Lucia Real Estate, make sure you take a few evenings out to try the very best food the Caribbean has to offer.

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