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Top Restaurant Picks

  • Hurricane Hole Bar—serving good food at a good price in Marigot Bay’s historic Hurricane Hole Bar. The bar was first built in the early 60s and became well-know among the yachting set. The bar was restored as part of the construction of the new five star Discovery at Marigot Bay resort and is one of the best casual dining options on the island. (Tel 458 5300)
  • The Boudreau—also part of the new Discovery resort, this French colonial style restaurant is for discerning diners. Named after Walter Boudreau, who sailed into Marigot Bay and built the first hotel fifty years ago, the elegant restaurant showcases Boudreau memorabilia and historical pictures. With one of the most extensive wine lists in St Lucia, this fine dining restaurant is a great spot for dinner a deux overlooking the marina. (Tel 458 5300) 
  • Rainforest Hideaway—built right out over the waters of Marigot’s peaceful inner bay and set between the rainforest and the mangroves, this is one of the most romantic restaurants in the Caribbean. Dishes are a fusion of eastern and western influences using the freshest local ingredients. (Tel 286 0511)
  • Chateau Mygo—on the southern side of Marigot Bay, Mygo’s is lively and fun with simple Creole fare. There’s live music every Tuesday and Thursday and a relaxed atmosphere perfect for crews or charter guests who like to mix with the locals. (Tel 451 4772)
  • The Coal Pot—on the water at Vigie Cove off of Castries Harbour, The Coal Pot  is the oldest continuously run restaurant on the island. Chef Xavier blends French culinary influences with Caribbean flair in a setting that’s rustic yet chic with original artwork by St Lucian artist Michelle Elliot. (Tel 452 5566)
  • The Edge—set on the shores of the Rodney Bay lagoon with the Harmony Suites resort, you can enjoy lunch and dinner at the water’s edge. Chef Bobo describes his culinary style at Eurobbean—a combination of European cooking style and Caribbean ingredients. The Edge also has the island’s only sushi bar. (Tel 450 3343)
  • Tao—overlooking the Cariblue Beach on the northern tip of St Lucia, Tao is part of The Body Holiday at LeSport. The menu offers eclectic fusion selections created to reflect the Taoist philosophy for which the restaurant was named. The décor is smart and stylish and the service excellent. (Tel 450 8551)
  • Dasheene—this is a restaurant best enjoyed at lunch time when you can take in the stunning view of the Pitons which unfolds from you table. Part of the Ladera Resort in Soufriere, Dasheene is nestled on a ridge over looking the waters of Anse des Pitons and smack in the middle of the island’s signature twin volcanic cones. The food has a strong local Caribbean influence and the décor is rustic Caribbean. (Tel 459 7323)
  • Other notables: Razmataz—Indian, Memories of Hong Kong—Chinese, and Del Mare—Italian, Ku De Ta—Thai, and The Charthouse—best steaks.

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