Smells and colours from the kitchen
American, European, Indian and Caribbean influences blend into the cuisine of St. Lucia. From the local rum to pepperpots and from crawfish to broth, St. Lucia is known for its rich culinary traditions. Experience a palette of spicy and warming flavors. Immerse yourself in the favorite island dishes harvested from the sea and locally grown farm-to-toe produce.
GREEN FIGS & SALT FISH
Locals feast on their national dish. They cook unripe bananas and then add salted cod. To finish it off, they mix different herbs and spices through the dish. Combine this with a plate of baked plantains, a bowl of callaloo soup made from the plant of the same name or a piece of breadfruit and imagine a real islander.
KEEP COOL ON HOT CARIBBEAN DAYS
Eating St. Lucia is often the center of a visit to the island. Accompanied by a refreshing drink, enjoy even more of the warm Caribbean days. The inhabitants of St. Lucia likes to drink a few bottles of Piton with their meal, the island's local beer named after the iconic volcanoes. Also the locally produced rum, Chairman's Reserve is a favorite. Taste these in a variety of cocktails or try it purely so you get an idea of the depth and taste.
Whether you're dining in a restaurant with creative chefs or learning a family secret to flavor a stew, you'll always be amazed by the delicious palette of flavours and scents of St.'s cuisine. Lucia.
Travel through St. Lucia
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