The Palms at the Landings is a high end dining establishment featuring seafood and continental cuisine in an elegant setting that allows fresh air to flow through and promote a relaxed ambiance.
Visitors come from far and wide to sample the Lobster Taster Dinner, which is a seven course meal paired with carefully selected wines and champagnes, as well as sorbets to clear your palate between courses.
The meal includes Lobster and Coconut Soup, Lobster and Plantain Terrine with ripe plantain and Creole melba toast, Lobster on Mango and Avocado, Creole Lobster Risotto, your choice of either Lobster Kebab or Jerk Lobster, and Island Pavlova with Mango and Basil Compote.
Palms Restaurant specializes in seafood with Continental twists. Guests celebrating a special occasion or planning a romantic date will love that this restaurant is considered to be of "fine dining" standards. They are open for business during dinner only, so make sure to plan your visit around the limited hours they are open.
Palms Restaurant is a contemporary open-aired dining room with wooden fixtures and stone tiled floors that give it an elegant feel. Touches like tropical plants bring the island life inside. Local artist Llewellyn Xavier is featured on every wall, with this shadow box pieces on display.
This restaurant is part of The Landings St Lucia, which lies on the northern part of the island of Saint Lucia, 0.6 miles north-northwest of Gros Islet; it's a mile and a half (two kilometers) to the north-northwest of Rodney Bay.
Vacationers seeking to combine their visit to the restaurant with some nice sightseeing possibilities may enjoy visiting Enbas Saut Falls. Note that if you plan to visit, taking a taxi or having your own car may be necessary, as it's 17.2 miles to the south.
Those looking to soak up the sun will come across a selection of beaches and golf courses in the area, such as St. Lucia Golf and Country Club and Reduit Beach. The latter of which is the closest spot to visit the beach, and nestles itself within a reasonable distance of Palms Restaurant.
If you are hoping to find another restaurant in the region with similar types of food or a similar price range, there are lots of nearby options to consider, including L'Epicure & Terrace. Diners will find it one and an eighth miles to the south of this restaurant.
Then of course, if you're in the mood for something different, this section of Saint Lucia features an excellent list of restaurants that will be sure to satisfy all types of diners. For instance, you might also consider trying European eats at Josephine's, which is a quarter mile away.
Palms Restaurant accepts all major credit cards.
Location: Rodney Bay 1, Pigeon Island Causeway, Saint Lucia
Phone: (758) 458-7321
Secondary Phone: (758) 458-7300
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