DRAGONFLY, Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort
Award-winning Executive Chef, Bobo Bergstrom, really shows what he's made of in Windjammer Landing's
signature restaurant. He enjoys blending the best of the East with the finest of the West and anything
from Conch Samosas to Lobster Mash Potatoes can make an appearance on his menus. The setting is equally
inspiring, the stylish restaurant featuring exotic flower displays and the finest in Asian teak furnishings.
Get there before sunset and you're in for a particular treat. Reservations essential.
Phone +1 (758) 456-9000
Dasheene's panoramic mountain views are so breathtaking that, for once, the
cuisine tends to be secondary.
Yet St. Lucian Head Chef, Nigel Mitchel, works with visiting European chefs to create contemporary delicacies
that do their best to live up to their magical setting. The very freshest seafood like grilled barracuda and
pan-fried shrimp are on offer, as are hand-picked local vegetables and herbs. Come early for a drink at the
Tcholit Bar and revel in the close-up views of The Pitons.
Dinner reservations essential.
Phone +1 (758) 459-7323
FROGGIE JACQUES, Vigie Marina, Castries
Froggie Jacques offers a fusion of French and Caribbean cuisine in a cosy waterside setting just outside
Castries. And whilst the Gallic influences are predominant, fresh herbs and local seafood (ask about the
fresh lobster in season) contribute an appropriate sense of place. Congenial owner and chef, Jacky Rioux,
opened the restaurant in 1999 after serving his time in eateries round Europe, Africa, the Middle East and
West Indies. A good idea for both lunch and dinner, reservations for a waterside table are a must.
Phone +1 (758) 458-1900
THE COAL POT, Vigie Marina, Castries
This award-winning waterside restaurant has been run since the 1960's by Michelle Elliot and her French
husband, Xavier. Its trademark is New World cuisine and the marriage of simple French cooking with the
freshest Caribbean ingredients. Fresh fish prepared in various to-die-for sauces is the ideal lunch choice,
with Coquilles St. Jacques and smoked salmon adding a continental flavour to the local delicacies at dinner.
With just ten tables, its intimate, friendly and romantic.
Phone +1 (758) 452-5566
THE CHARTHOUSE, Rodney Bay
Also amongst the longest established restaurants in St. Lucia, The Charthouse enjoys a prime setting right
on the waterside in yacht-dotted Rodney Bay. It's where to go for simple, wholesome fare like charcoal-broiled
prime steaks, baby back spare ribs and some of the freshest lobster on the island. The ambience is friendly
and welcoming (many of the staff have been there since the restaurant opened 16 years ago); the Cuban cigars
and constant tradewinds contributing to the pleasurable experience.
Phone +1 (758) 452-8115
CHIC, Royal St. Lucian
The signature restaurant of the Royal St. Lucian Hotel, Chic is an appropriately-named fine dining venue
where attention-to-detail is the name of the game. The stylish cream-and-chocolate décor is suitably
complemented by beautifully-presented dishes chosen from an eclectic menu. Thai fish soup, jerked suckling
pig, black lobster tortellini and roulade of local chicken are just some of the delicacies on offer; meals
beginning with a complimentary glass of Taittinger champagne and ending with one of the superlative
continental desserts. Reservations essential.
Phone +1 (758) 452-9999