Fusion Cuisine in the USVI

If, on your travels, you know you're going to want some Fusion food, you might have a chance to satisfy your hunger. You may be a bit limited in your options, but you can still find a few places in the Virgin Islands serving this kind of food.

With choices such as the informal locale of Starlite Grille to the restaurants where wine and cocktails are just as important to dinner as the grub, there's something in store for each person in your party and all types of budgets.

The list below allows you to pursue the few choices for Fusion restaurants you'll have the chance to check out during your vacation. Find the one that makes your mouth water and click its name to find out more about its specialties, style, and what you can do nearby.

Havana Blue

Bellevue, St. Thomas | (340) 715-2583

Havana Blue is located in Bellevue, a neighborhood on St. Thomas; 1.6 miles to the south-southeast of Charlotte Amalie. As part of a menu decked with Fusion culinary creations, this visitor favorite is particularly known for its seafood and tapas.

The restaurant features an assortment of items that fall into either the aperitivos (tapas) or entree menu. Both have mostly seafood items, such as Miso Sea Bass and El Tigre Tempura, but they do offer chicken, steak, and vegetarian options. Pair your meal with a glass, or two, of wine from Havana Blue's signature and expansive wine list, or you can finish your dinner with a tasty cocktail and beautiful sunset view.

Reservations are not required, but are highly recommended to guarantee seating.

Starlite Grille

East End, St. Croix | (877) 773-9700

Starlite Grille, which is part of Divi Carina Bay Resort & Casino, is situated near Cotton Valley; it's six and a half miles (ten and a half kilometers) to the east of Christiansted. Hoping to have quality Fusion cooking in a beautiful yet informal environment? Consider the mellow surroundings at this grill.

The Rok Dinner Menu offers healthy meals coked on a sizzling lava rock. They call their style "stone-aged cooking with a modern flare."

Sometimes, the most exciting dining options in the Virgin Islands are the ones that you stumble upon as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. But, keeping at least a couple different restaurants on your itinerary, is better than leaving everything to the last minute. To find out more concerning the dining options waiting for you, check out this page.


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