Succulent cocoa-inspired cuisine in relaxed, contemporary surrounds. You'll find cocoa from the plantation in many plates over all three courses. The dessert menu alone is reason enough to come here – don't miss the…
Chef Orlando Sachell made a name for himself basically inventing the concept of farm-to-table cuisine at some of St Lucia's best resorts. Now he has his own fine restaurant right in Soufrière. The menu changes const…
Hidden away on the eastern edges of town several blocks back from the waterfront, this no-nonsense diner serves up quality Creole dishes at reasonable prices. It's difficult to find; ask any local for directions.
Just up the hill from Malgretoute Beach, this home-style restaurant is in Martha's actual home. Each day she prepares a spread of excellent comfort food using local flavors. Grab a plastic chair and enjoy.
This open-air place in the Ladera resort serves Caribbean and European fare in magical surrounds, headlined by incomparable Pitons views. Reservations are mandatory.
The emphasis here is on local cuisine, using vegetables that are organically grown on the estate. Some desserts are prepared with cocoa.
Mouth-watering local dishes are intermixed with old favorites to form a perfect culinary balance. The fish is prepared with style and flavor and served up with a great view.
A welcoming restaurant next to the botanical gardens with a quality Creole lunch buffet. Good, hearty meals and a fair price.
A great-value option, with a breezy terrace right on the waterfront, but the food and service can be uneven. Choose from salads, rotis, wraps and grilled fish.
Blink and you’ll miss the tiny entrance of this little 2nd-floor den across from the waterfront. It whips up decent Caribbean staples in a tiny kitchen.