Eclectic Cuisine on Nevis

While exploring St. Kitts, you'll encounter a wide range of restaurant gems preparing local ingredients. If you're admittedly obsessed with eclectic food, you will want to visit the restaurants that dub it their specialty. Sneak a taste of the eclectic menus awaiting with this group of popular restaurants.

Your plate will be full of choices, from the informal favorite named Bananas Bistro to the fantastic dinner and lunch at Indigo, you may very well stumble upon something you'll return for again and again.

The list below allows you to read up on the group of popular establishments that specialize in food of the eclectic variety. On each restaurant's name, click to see the full article about its ambiance, specialties, and nearby things to do.

Chrishi Beach Club

Cades Bay | (869) 469-5959

Chrishi Beach Club

Chrishi Beach Club is a logical selection worth considering if you're exploring this neighborhood or the surrounding area. It's 3.7 miles north of Charlestown. Determined not to be a "stale" choice, not only does this place offer eclectic cooking and their signature staple of hamburgers, but they're also fawned-over for another favorite, seafood.

Set on a popular beachfront, this location is completely laid back and welcomes guests to take advantage of their unique hospitality. Guests have access to loungers and umbrellas for an even more relaxing time.

Mount Nevis Hotel Restaurant

Newcastle | (869) 469-9373

Mount Nevis Hotel Restaurant, on the premises of Mount Nevis Hotel & Beach Club, can be found in Newcastle, a village in Saint James Windward Parish; 4.7 miles to the north-northeast of Charlestown. Formal dining is the standard here, which means those vacationers who are eager to enjoy both an upscale setting and eclectic cuisine will consider the trip worth it.

Gorgeous vistas of the Caribbean Sea are just one of the highlights of your time at Mount Nevis Restaurant. Guests have the option of dining indoors or out on the patio to really take advantage of the mesmerizing view.

Indigo

Pond Hill | (869) 469-3462

Indigo

Indigo is on the same premises as Montpelier Plantation, and is a good option that's worth considering if you're going to check out this neighborhood or nearby. It is 1.8 miles east-southeast of Charlestown. If it doesn't feel right to dress up just for indulging in a good plate of eclectic food, come to this place where the whole vibe is very laid-back.

Similar to the cuisine of Indigo's sister spot Restaurant 750, the fare here is elegant and delicious.

Bananas Bistro

Nevis | (869) 469-1891

Bananas Bistro

Situated near Newcastle, Bananas Bistro is a logical selection worth considering if you're exploring the island. Charlestown is to the south. When you're looking forward to darn good eclectic food that isn't fussy in the slightest, this simple restaurant hits its mark.

Bananas offers a delicate and varied menu of international dishes from Moroccan lamb as authentic Thailand Curries to more local finger foods like barbecued shrimp. This wide mix makes it a perfect treat for people of all tastes, especially those with a craving for sweets, as the chocolate cake and other desserts here are well known to be absolutely delicious. For others, dessert may be a drink from their large selection of rums and a big Cuban cigar.

Queen City Ice Cream Parlour

Charlestown | (869) 469-5989

Queen City Ice Cream Parlour is located just beyond the the center of Charlestown. In the mood for ice cream? In any case, you should think of this place as the one thing you both agree on.

Sometimes, the most exciting cuisines on St. Kitts are the ones you find unexpectedly while walking around during the day. However, keeping the names of a few restaurant possibilities in your plans, will keep this aspect of your trip worry free. To find out even more about the culinary options awaiting you, check out this page.

 

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