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Where to Eat and Hang Out in St. Lucia

St. Lucia offers an excellent range of restaurants and roadside bars throughout the island. Most hotels provide the standard Western type cuisine including Italian, French, Chinese, and American. However, local restaurants all feature West Indian and Creole dishes.

For those on the go, there's fast food such as Indian rotis, fish or chicken-N-chips (fried fish or chicken with french fries), callaloo soup, and souse. If you have quite an appetite, then try a full meal dish such as bouyon, salt fish stew and produce, or a combination of either stew chicken, fish, mutton, beef with rice and peas, produce, and vegetables.

Fresh fruit juices including passion fruit, soursop, golden apple, tamarind, mauby, and coconut water are a must-have. A variety of bottled nonalcoholic and alcoholic beverages, such as St. Lucia’s Piton Beer, is widely available, and are ideal for those who may just decide to kick back with a “cold one” and hang out.

This section of the Web site will soon feature a listing of local restaurants and bars and other small food vendors. Although you may be booked into an all-inclusive resort, it would be worth your time to head off to one of these spots to sample a good local meal prepared “Lushun” Style.

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