Razmataz: Located in the Rodney Bay area, Razmataz offers excellent, reasonably priced Indian food made using local produce. It was our choice for a special treat after a long day driving around the island and interviewing St. Lucia's artistes. 

Auberge Seraphine: Located by the water in the Vigie section of Castries the Auberge makes delicious local meals. We had several wonderful lunches here, including an exciting lunch with Historian Gregor Williams during the November 2007 earthquake.

Rainforest Hideaway: tucked into the mangroves in Marigot Bay is a gourmet treat. Take the free ferry across Marigot Bay and enjoy a multi-course Caribbean fusion meal. We called ahead and arranged a 5-course vegetarian feast to celebrate Marion's birthday. Fantastic!

Chateau Mygoalso in Marigot Bay offers delicious local food with Indo-Caribean touches. Doreen, the owner, welcomes everyone to enjoy the starry evenings in the bay. Try the Callaloo soup and  the veg plate.

Hurricane Hole Pub in Capella at Marigot Bay: The pub offers much of the menu available in the resort’s restaurant at more wallet-friendly prices The pumpkin soup is incredibly good. We also enjoyed the local salads & pizza.

The Coal Pot – delicious meals in a quiet location in Castries by the water. An excellent choice for a special occasion.

Elena's Gelato, made by a native Italian is available in Rodney Bay, at the Choc Estate Mall and in downtown Castries across from Walcott Square.

​We also recommend the
food court at Gablewoods ( Sunny Acres) Mall. Try a Soya Meal or Roti or a Fish Meal; served with delicious ‘local juice.’ It’s a bargain (we paid less than US$ 10 for 2 hearty lunch portions) and delicious to boot.
Missing Starbucks? Visit Rituals, a Caribbean version of Starbucks with many locations including Rodney Bay, Blue Coral Mall in Castries, Choc Estate Mall where the cine-plex is located, and Hewanorra Airport.

Coalpots in use at The Old Plantation, Vieux Fort.

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