If you've got a hankering for Indian cuisine, don't pass up a chance to treat yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, there are a couple of places on St. Lucia where you can sample this kind of food.
Take time to get a taste for the few Indian eateries that you may be referred to during your stay. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to read more about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.
Located along the western outskirts of Rodney Bay, Razmataz! is a popular choice for travelers thinking about visiting this town and its environs. For those times when you're looking out for darn good Indian food without all the fuss, this mellow, informal restaurant is just the thing. <p>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.</p>
Positioned in Muirton, in the western outskirts of Rodney Bay, Spice of India is located at Baywalk Mall, and is a smart choice that's worth considering if you're going to explore this neighborhood or nearby. When you and your hungry companions are hoping to find a tasty selection of Indian eats in a fairly relaxed and welcoming dining area, this mellow, informal restaurant is a pretty good choice. <p>Artifacts direct from India decorate this restaurant, giving it a truly authentic feel.</p>
Elegance Cafe is a good choice worth considering if you're thinking about spending some time visiting this town and adjacent locations. If you're curious, Rodney Bay is less than a mile (a kilometer and a half) to the south. Out-of-towners who are in the mood for coffee will fully love eating here during a visit to Gros Islet. <p>The decor is that of an Italian bistro, and guests can choose between indoor and outdoor dining.</p>
Camilla's Restaurant & Bar is situated in downtown Soufriere, in the heart of Soufrière. If you and your group have a taste to team Indian meals with Creole panache, this restaurant is serving both. <p>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.</p>
Visitors often find that the best food and drink options on St. Lucia are those you find unexpectedly while walking around during the day. At the same time, you'll save yourself some stress if you make a list of specific places to try. To learn even more regarding the kinds of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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