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The Ten Best Restaurants in St. Lucia

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01-Apr-2023 Karl Page

The Ten Best Restaurants in St. Lucia

Discover the best spots to eat whilst on the island...

St Lucia is an amazing island and a popular place for a luxury Caribbean holiday. Considered the most scenic of all the Caribbean islands, a luxury holiday to St Lucia will include amazing natural beauty, stunning beaches and, of course, some delicious food. Whether you are planning a luxury family holiday or a a romantic honeymoon, St Lucia can deliver.
Read on to discover ten must-visit restaurants in St Lucia, including romantic places with spectacular views that are ideal for romantic dinners and family-run haunts perfect for a quick bite.

The Ten Best Restaurants in St. Lucia

  • Roots 2, Castries
  • Jade Mountain Club, Soufriere
  • Martha's Table, Soufriere
  • The Pink Plantation House, Castries
  • Spice of India, Gros Islet
  • Fedo's, Soufriere
  • Key Largo Italian, Gros Islet
  • Treetop Restaurant and Bar, Soufriere
  • The Beacon Restaurant, Soufriere
  • Jacques Waterfront Dining, Gros Islet

Roots 2, Marigot Bay

If it's local fare you're after, then there is no better place to go than Roots 2 in Marigot Bay. A small and intimate restaurant run by husband-and-wife team Sue and Peter, Roots 2 sits away from the energy of the beach and has a relaxed vibe, perfect for a laid-back lunch or evening meal.

You'll need to reserve a table to get a space here, but the dishes are well worth the planning. The food is made with love and features authentic flavours based on what's fresh that day. You can pick from the chicken dish, fish dish or vegetarian option, and you'll be served it alongside a range of traditional St Lucian sides.

Jade Mountain Club, Soufriere

The Jade Mountain Club might have one of the best views of any restaurant in the whole world, not just St Lucia. When it comes to luxury, Jade Mountain Club is it. You'll be treated to the highest standards during your experience and be able to experience spectacular views of the amazing surroundings, and they really are amazing.

As well as being an amazing place to dine, You can also stay at Jade Mountain Hotel for the ultimate taste of luxury. Overlooking the dramatic Pitons, this exclusive resort-within-a-resort is a romantic haven. Enjoy your own private sanctuary, with a living space and infinity pool offering an amazing view

Martha's Table, Soufriere

A laid-back family spot, Martha's Table is a great place for lunch or dinner. Run by Martha, this family-run restaurant serves up local Creole-inspired dishes made with love. Martha's Table isn't a luxury lunch spot, but it's one that has love and care built into it, and you'll feel that from the moment you step inside.

The Pink Plantation House, Castries

Authentic Caribbean Cuisine with a French influence, the Pink Plantation House is a relatively new addition to the St Lucian food scene; it's been a welcome one. With lunch and dinner options, the food here has been inspired by long-established family recipes, combing authentic Creole flavours with a bit of French flair.

Spice of India, Gros Islet

If you are looking for something outside of traditional St Lucian cuisine, then Spice of India is a good idea. Doing what it says on the tin, Spice of India offers traditional Indian Tandoori dishes cooked lovingly by Chef Adil. With over 20 years in the industry, you'll be able to enjoy dishes, including bhunas, curries, daals, and more.

Spice of India is open for both lunch and dinner service. Their lunch menu changes daily but will always follow the same concept offering two meets, two vegetables, rice, bread and dessert. This tasting menu can give you an overview of the amazing dishes Chef Adil is cooking up and is perfect for foodies.

Fedo's, Soufriere

Hidden away in a residential neighbourhood of Soufriere, you'd be forgiven for seeing Fedo's and not thinking it's a restaurant; however, the smells of the food wafting from this eatery are sure to turn your head. Away from the tourist hubs, Fedo's is a hidden gem that only those in the know are likely to uncover.

Fedo's isn't a five-star restaurant, but it doesn't pretend that it is. It serves up hearty and authentic meals at low prices. The fish creole is one of their most popular dishes, and be sure to enjoy some of the local fruit juice whilst you dine - it's delicious!

Key Largo Italian, Gros Islet

Passionate about pizza? Just because you're in the Caribbean, you don't need to worry about missing out on your favourites, and Key Largo Italian in Rodney Bay is perfect for serving up some Italian fare. Considered the best pizza on the island, Key Largo woodfires its pies for an authentic flavour. They also serve up pasta dishes, salads and desserts.

Open since 1989, this family-run business is a great place for those who love Italian food. And the space has a lot of charm, with booths by the window and oftentimes entertainment to be enjoyed when you eat. And, of course, to get a real taste of holiday, be sure to order from their extensive cocktail menu.

Treetop Restaurant and Bar, Soufriere

Another restaurant inspired by the tastes of the eat, Treetop Restaurant and Bar is an Indian-fusion restaurant that has a menu just as impressive as its views - and the views are outstanding! As the name suggests, you'll be literally in the treetops and have views of the beautiful Pitons.

Their three-course fixed menu will give you a selection of delicious dishes to sample, all inspired by Indian flavours. You'll also be able to enjoy sipping on cocktails made to your exact taste by their resident mixologist

The Beacon Restaurant, Soufriere

Another restaurant that can offer you views of the Piltons is The Beacon Restaurants. Offering a buffet of traditional St Lucian food, you'll be able to enjoy your fill of hot and cold dishes - perfect for sampling a range of local dishes. From plantain to chicken curry, you'll have plenty to choose from, including a great selection of vegetarian options.

On a sunny day, the views from The Beacon Restaurant are unmatched, and if you snag a table on the edge of the restaurant, you'll want to spend all day staring out over the Pitons peaks and Soufriere below.

Jacques Waterfront Dining, Gros Islet

We finish at one of the most popular restaurants in St Lucia, Jacques Waterfront Dining. An elegant restaurant, you'll have to book to get a waterside table, but it's worth the effort. The menu offers up a range of high-quality dishes, including the fresh catch of the day, chicken and pan-friend mango, pan-fried duck breast, baked stuffed sweet pepper and more.
Ready to go on a luxury holiday to St Lucia and sample some of the amazing cuisine on offer? If you're looking for more destination recommendations, be sure to take a look at our luxury travel magazine, Elegant Traveller.
Karl Page

Karl Page

Digital Experience Manager

With a genuine love for all things travel, I love exploring new destinations and discovering something new, gaining a wealth of experience in luxury holidays along the way.

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