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St. Lucia restaurants

The full bounty of the Caribbean cornucopia is on offer on the island of St. Lucia, even if most of the chief ingredients are imported from nearby Martinique and Barbados. Almost every resort has at least a couple of restaurants, either in beachside shacks or in terraced dining rooms looking out at the Piton mountains (such as Dasheene at Ladera resort and Tao at BodyHoliday). Hire a taxi and venture farther afield to try local restaurants in the capital, Castries (Coal Pot and Green Parrot). Or, charter a boat to access the dockside restaurants of Marigot Bay, including JJ's Palétuvier. Expect island goat, stewed conch, spiny lobster and prawns, and plenty of fish hauled fresh from the fishing boats and grilled with that Caribbean zest.

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Tao, Cap Estate

When Tao opened its doors (or in this case, louvered shutters) in the Bodyholiday resort, serving sushi was still a novelty in this part of the Caribbean....more

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Rainforest Hideaway, Marigot Bay

A three-minute boat ride across the placid waters of Marigot Bay leads to a private dock set among the mangroves. If it's evening, a man with a flashlight will...more

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Lime, Gros Islet

Opposite the St. Lucian Resort, this casual and cozy place has been around forever—and nobody's complaining. Certainly not the tourists liming (i.e.,...more

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JJ's Palétuvier, Marigot Bay

In sheltered, perfectly picturesque Marigot Bay is this beloved hot spot to which people—people with access to boats, at least—flock just for the...more

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Jacques Waterfront Dining, Castries

Jacques, also locally known as "Froggie Jacques"—perhaps due to the tree frog on the hand-painted sign, or maybe because the owner, Jacques Rioux, is from...more

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Green Parrot, Castries

Perched above Castries on Morne Fortune (which means "Hill of Good Luck") is the must-visit restaurant for anyone staying in the north. It's not just the...more

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Edge Restaurant, Rodney Bay Village

The Edge, named for its dockside location on Rodney Bay, is the showcase restaurant of chef Bobo Bergstrom, a Swedish expat who has channeled his expertise...more

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Dasheene, Soufrière

Down Soufrière way, the essential reservation is a table at Ladera's restaurant, with its über-romantic Piton vista accompanied by the...more

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Coal Pot, Castries

More than 40 years old, this tiny place on the water in Vigie is still adored by everyone who manages to score one of the ten tables. Its second-generation...more

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