Restaurants in St. Lucia
Below the Pitons on the southwestern coast of St. Lucia, Trou au Diable Restaurant sits on the Anse Chastanet Resort's beach, and breakfast, lunch and dinner are served.
A beloved landmark in the capital serving mahimahi in lemon-butter sauce and a quintessentially Lucian callaloo soup.
A poolside restaurant at the Coco Palm hotel in Rodney Bay bears the Creole name of the small sweet banana commonly grown on St. Lucia.
Chef Orlando Satchell is a well-known proponent of Lucian cuisine; his Thursday night buffets are a local favorite.
A memorable meal begins with a ferryboat ride to this hidden open-air restaurant at St. Lucia’s Marigot Bay. In this tropical setting, dockside tables are configured around an illuminated lagoon.
The resort’s 14-table restaurant is open to non-guests by reservation only—worth it for the dazzling Piton views.