If, on your travels, you know you're going to want some Continental food, you might find yourself with a chance to treat yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a few locations on St. Lucia serving this type of food.
With choices such as the fine dining locale of The Pavillion Sandals to the cafes whose signature dishes will have you craving more, there is a choice for every person in your party and every mood.
The list below allows you to get a taste for the limited selection of Continental restaurants you'll have the chance to check out during your vacation. You can click each restaurant's name to read the full article about its hours, locale, and even nearby attractions.
Positioned toward the center of Marigot Bay, Rainforest Hideaway is a popular choice for people thinking about going to this part of Saint Lucia. This restaurant offers a fine setting with even finer dishes, so foodies who want to see elegant plates Continental style meals will want to check it out. <p>Guests at Rainforest Hideaway are treated to a menu of French and Caribbean fusion made from fresh, locally grown and harvested ingredients. Some herbs and vegetables are even grown on site in the restaurant's very own garden. They are the only fine dining restaurant on St. Lucia to serve Lionfish, and as such it is one of their most popular items; a beautiful soft white fish served with a medley of Caribbean compliments.</p>
Palms Restaurant, which is part of The Landings St Lucia, lies 0.6 miles north-northwest of Gros Islet; it is 1.4 miles to the north-northwest of Rodney Bay. Fabulously fresh fish and Continental flair both describe the best dishes at this highly praised fine foods restaurant. <p>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.</p> <p>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.</p>
The Pavillion Sandals is a viable choice for people who are going to explore this side of the island; it's 1.3 miles to the west of Castries. This restaurant offers a fine setting with even finer dishes, which means guests who want to celebrate or splurge with Continental prepared meals shouldn't overlook this option. <p>This restaurant offers delicate items a la carte, as well as a buffet during breakfast hours.</p>
Some of the best food and drink options on St. Lucia are the ones you run into naturally while walking around during the day. But, writing down at least a few nice-looking restaurants on your schedule, allows you to stay flexible. To learn much more concerning the kinds of food awaiting you, check out this page.
Help us improve! We welcome your corrections and suggestions.