If, on your travels, you know you're going to want some European cuisine, don't miss out on a chance to indulge yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, there are a few places on St. Lucia serving this kind of food.
Your plate will be full of choices, from the very casual locale of The Wharf to the cafes where beer and wine are every bit as important as the food on the plate, there's a menu suited for each traveler and any style of vacation desired.
Take time to get a taste for the limited, though enticing, options for European eateries that you may come across as you're out on the town. Click each option to discover the details about its ambiance, food, and what's located nearby.
Jammer's, a part of Windjammer Landing, is located close to Castries; it's two miles (three kilometers) to the west-southwest of Rodney Bay. Ready for a great plate of food in a fun and completely informal location? Consider the informal ambiance and service at this sports bar. <p>Jammer's Bar has some typical pub fare as well as traditional cuisines with island flair. Try their steaks or lamb for a flavorful turn and the seafood is a safe, delicious bet. Add a bottle of wine and decadent dessert and you have the complete dining experience.</p>
Located 0.9 miles northwest of Gros Islet, Josephine's is a logical selection for vacationers who are going to spend time visiting this part of the island. It's 1.7 miles north-northwest of Rodney Bay. Sure to please everyone, Josephine's isn't just European cooking and their signature staple of crepes, but we shouldn't forget they're also masters of desserts. <p>The decor at Josephine's is decidedly French.</p>
The Wharf is located in the vicinity of Castries, on Saint Lucia; 2.1 miles to the northeast of Castries. Determined not to be a "stale" choice, not only does this place offer European food and hamburgers, but wouldn't you know they're also known for putting out great seafood. <p>The Wharf's large menu includes fast food hamburgers, fine-quality steaks, and everything in between, including fish, lobster, and jerk chicken.</p>
If your preferences are flexible, maybe you should explore related flavor profiles at restaurants like the following:
|(758) 450-0760||Italian||0.9 mi. South of Central Gros Islet|
|Chic Restaurant||(758) 452-9999||French||0.7 mi. South-Southwest of Central Gros Islet|
|The Deli||(758) 457-7800||Mediterranean||1.5 mi. North of Central Gros Islet|
|(758) 458-0576||Italian||1.0 mi. South of Central Gros Islet|
|Mario's||(758) 453-0222||Italian||1.8 mi. Northeast of Central Castries|
|Cap Grill At St Lucia Golf Club||(758) 450-8523||Italian||1.3 mi. Northeast of Central Gros Islet|
|Debbie's Place||(758) 455-1625||British||1.7 mi. West of Central Laborie|
|Toscanini's||(758) 453-0222||Italian||0.9 mi. Northwest of Central Gros Islet|
|La Toc||(758) 452-0381||French||1.3 mi. West of Central Castries|
|Domino's Castries||--||Italian||Downtown Castries|
Some of the best food and drink options on St. Lucia are the ones that you catch sight of - or scent of - during your daytime travels. However, noting the contact info for at least two different places on the list, might make sense for your travel preferences. To find out even more about the dining options awaiting you, check out this page.
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