If you're a big fan of Fusion cuisine, don't miss a chance to treat yourself. You may be a bit limited in your options, but there are a few places on St. Lucia where you can sample some.
With choices such as the fine dining setting of Kai Manje to the scrumptious breakfast, dinner and lunch at Jade Mountain Club, it really is possible to find the dish that suits your taste - and budget.
Below, you can browse the limited selection of Fusion restaurants you'll run across as you explore. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to see more important info about its hours, location, and other offerings.
Located near the center of the island of Saint Lucia, 1.3 miles northwest of downtown Soufriere, Jade Mountain Club is a viable choice for people thinking about going to this part of the island. It is 1.4 miles west-northwest of Soufrière. Make the trip here to this restaurant in Soufrière for an unforgettable experience with the special: health food. <p>Jade Mountain Club is set around the hotel's infinity pool, and guests enjoy views of the pool, the far off mountains, and the sea.</p>
Positioned on the island of Saint Lucia, 1.5 miles north of Gros Islet, TAO Restaurant is a good choice for travelers who are going to explore this side of the island. If you're curious, Rodney Bay is two and a half miles (three and a half kilometers) to the south. As an added bonus to Fusion fare, this eatery has a menu full of Pan Asian / Pacific Rim preparations, making it a great dining option for those who want variety as well as convenience. <p>The restaurant overlooks Cariblue Beach, and outdoor seating promises a delightful and relaxing view of the sandy shores and tropic that is Cap Estate.</p>
Spices Restaurant, which is part of Bay Gardens Hotel, can be found in Muirton, just outside the heart of Rodney Bay. Beautiful seafood and Fusion panache get along famously at this unique dining option. <p>Modern designs and fun colors accentuate the island flare, and dining next to the hotel pool adds to the feeling of a tropical oasis.</p>
Kai Manje is on the same premises as Ti Kaye Village, and is a smart choice for travelers who are going to spend time visiting this neighborhood. It is 1.7 miles south west of Anse La Raye. This restaurant offers a fine setting with even finer dishes, which means foodies who want to pair this experience with Fusion style meals should definitely consider it. <p>What most people love about Kai Manje is that fresh is best here. They use local, fresh products as often as possible, and even produce many of the herbs and spices used to flavor the food that are plucked from the on-site garden.</p>
Despite your dining plans, you may find the best places to dine on St. Lucia are those you run into while walking the streets near your hotel. However, having the names of a couple of places in your agenda, will make life easier when no one can decide. To discover even more regarding the dining options awaiting you, check out this page.
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