There are some wonderful places to enjoy fabulous food and drink in the Caribbean, and here we have just some of our favourites. Once you’ve booked and arrived at your Caribbean destination, why not book yourself onto a local cookery course during your holiday to learn more about the local culture, learn some new skills with ingredients you haven’t tried before and also sample some delicious food.
This five-star hotel is set within eight acres of lush tropical gardens beside a beautiful white sand beach and the dining here is renowned throughout the Caribbean for excellent food and drink, particularly at the Rhodes Restaurant. Guests can indulge in a range of cuisine from glazed shrimp to pork tenderloin in the evenings, accompanied with a range of wine and rum punches. Over lunch guests can enjoy an array of tapas dishes, amongst other light meals, such as focaccia and burritos at Bash Restaurant. And equally as impressive, breakfast is served daily on your private balcony or terrace by your chambermaid. They are also now offering a private beach breakfast including a bottle of sparkling wine for a small additional cost. Calabash is a beautifully elegant resort and offers a true example of luxury dining in the Caribbean.
Voted the best restaurant in Barbados, The Camelot Restaurant has internationally trained chefs who create delicious menus from locally sourced ingredients. The a la Carte dinner menu offers an array of choice for guests, from pan fried foie gras to tomato vodka sauce linguine! The food really is excellent; it is easy to see why it has been awarded best restaurant on the island. Breakfast offers a vast choice, with buffet style combined with a cooking stations. Similarly, lunch at Camelot is fresh and tasty, catering to all tastes. Cobblers Cove itself is beautiful and well-loved by repeat guests. It blends the elegance and charm of an English country estate with the tropical beauty and character of the Caribbean. For any client looking for an enjoyable stay in Barbados combined with excellent food, Cobblers Cove could be the answer.
Cap Maison is a family-owned resort, set on a cliff-top bluff on the north-eastern tip of St Lucia overlooking the Caribbean Sea and the island of Martinique. The Cliff at Cap Restaurant is renowned for fine dining with an incredible view out across the sea. Guests can dine on contemporary West Indian cuisine partnered with wine selected from the hotel’s extensive wine cellar. Cap Maison can also offer a private dining experience on the rocks surrounded by the Caribbean Sea where champagne can even be zip lined down to you – for something a that extra bit special! The Naked Fisherman’s Bar and Grill is set on the resort’s beach, serving up delicious food beyond most beach grill menus, with lobster rolls and creamed seafood pasta, amongst an array of choices.
As a Relais & Chaeaux property, fine dining is at the heart of Montpelier Plantation in Nevis. It is widely regarded as one of the best privately owned, family-run hotels in the world, offering the highest standards of service and cuisine. It is on a 60-acre private estate, 750 feet above the Caribbean Sea in the foothills of Nevis peak. At Restaurant 750, the chefs use the finest, local produce whenever possible to offer classic cuisine with contemporary and island inspiration each evening. The restaurant also caters for vegetarian options as well as other dietary requirements. For a relaxing end to a spectacular evening of dining guests can enjoy a coffee or sample the aged rum collection in the Great Room or sit under the stars. For a more relaxed dining experience for lunch and dinner, guests can indulge themselves at Indigo Bar and Restaurant, located by the pool and serving sharing platters as well as a gourmet menu. We also recommend that guests enjoy one of the hotel’s beach barbeques where they can sample lobster and other fine foods.
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