If you've got a hankering for Indian food, don't miss a chance to treat yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, there are a couple of restaurants on St. Lucia within this category.
Take a moment to read up on the small set of popular Indian eateries that you may hear about as you're out on the town. Find the one that makes your mouth water and click its name to view more information about its ambiance, specialties, and nearby things to do.
Razmataz! is located along the western outskirts of Rodney Bay, in the vicinity of Gros Islet. For those visitors looking out for a tasty selection of Indian eats in a setting that makes you comfortable, this simple restaurant hits its mark. The Tandoori restaurant Razmataz is set in a terrace garden. The highly colourful building captures the mood of the colonial period with its shades. Furnishings and furniture are well decored and bear East Indian and Nepalese energy to it. There are 25 tables at this restaurant.
Spice of India, which is on the premises of Baywalk Mall, is located in Muirton, in the western outskirts of Rodney Bay. When you're in need of a memorable Indian atmosphere without all the fuss, this mellow restaurant is just the thing. Artifacts direct from India decorate this restaurant, giving it a truly authentic feel.
Elegance Cafe is on Massade. If you're curious, Rodney Bay is less than a mile (a kilometer and a half) to the south. Hoping to indulge a bit on coffee during your stay? If this describes your cravings, remember the name Elegance Cafe and make it the easiest decision you'll make all day. The lunch and dinner menu consists of favorite dishes from the country of India, all prepared fresh and with healthy ingredients. From the cafe you can order Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, fresh juices, teas, espresso, lattes, and cappuccinos.
Positioned near the middle of downtown Soufriere, Camilla's Restaurant & Bar is at 7 Bridge Street. When you have a taste to couple Indian food with Creole flair, this place is serving both. There are no off-the-wall exotic dishes to be found at Camilla's but you won't hear any complaining. The no-nonsense menu lends itself to savory, fresh food and a varied selection of traditional and local menu options. The food is filling and flavorful with Caribbean spices. Whether beef, chicken or seafood, any selection is top-notch.
Oftentimes, the best places to dine on St. Lucia are the ones you catch sight of - or scent of - while out visiting attractions and tourist hubs. But, keeping a couple of interesting-sounding restaurants on your schedule, might make sense for your travel preferences. To find out more details concerning the culinary options available to you, check out this page.
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