If you've got a hankering for Continental cuisine, don't miss out on a chance to treat yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a few places on St. Lucia specializing in this this type of food.
With lots to try, from the fine dining locale of Palms Restaurant to the dives whose top dishes are worth snapping pictures of, you may very well stumble upon something you'll return for again and again.
Use the list below to pursue the few Continental restaurants you'll have the chance to check out as you're out on the town. For each restaurant, you can click its name to see the full article about its ambiance, food, and what's located nearby.
Positioned near the middle of Marigot Bay, Rainforest Hideaway is a logical choice that's worth considering if you're going to be spending time seeing this section of Saint Lucia. When you walk in, expect an over-the-top dining experience perfect for special occasions and dates; or maybe a much-needed break from the informal, quick-service places elsewhere. Set on the edge of a lagoon in a tropical garden, Rainforest Hideaway exudes a mystical, yet refined aura. Romance is certainly in the air here, and it is often dubbed the most romantic restaurant in the Caribbean. Live jazz if offered three or four nights a week featuring some of the island's most talented musicians. Further, they set the tables up each night in order to specifically make the reservation list, so they can make your table as intimate as you desire.
The Pavillion Sandals is on the premises of Sandals Regency St. Lucia Golf Resort & Spa, and is a viable choice for people who are going to check out this part of the island. From the restaurant, Castries is one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) to the east. Be prepared for an over-the-top dining experience perfect for special occasions and dates; or maybe a much-needed break from quick-service restaurants. This restaurant offers delicate items a la carte, as well as a buffet during breakfast hours.
Located 0.6 miles north-northwest of Gros Islet, Palms Restaurant is a part of The Landings St Lucia. It's 1.4 miles north-northwest of Rodney Bay. Fresh fish from St. Lucia's coasts and Continental style eats both share the spotlight at this much-loved fine dining establishment. 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.
Some of the best food and drink options on St. Lucia are those you wind up near unexpectedly while walking the streets near your hotel. But, keeping a handful of viable options on a checklist, is recommended no matter the size of your group. To discover even more about the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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