Some of the most memorable highlights at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa aren’t found on the sand or surf, but rather on your plate. We offer a rich selection of local island flavors that will let you eat like a local while you’re at our resort. Make sure you get a taste of all the best dishes on the island, and include these picks during your next stay.
Locally Harvested Produce
Lush and tropical, Saint Lucia readily serves up an abundance of local fruits and vegetables. You can find fresh greens right from the island in the salad bar in Coconut Walk and in the salad offerings through all our restaurants. Tropical fruits like mango and pineapple grow readily on the island as well. Breadfruit is another popular local pick you must taste if you want to eat like a local. This starchy fruit is typically prepared more like a vegetable, sautéed, baked or fried. This is a popular accompaniment to salted cod and Jerk pork.
Fresh Ocean Flavors
Local seafood is abundant in our island locale. Look for dishes like local snapper and freshly-caught mahi. Lean and firm, both snapper and mahi are served fresh often in the resort restaurants. These carry other flavorings very well, and are a perfect choice for showcasing the mouth-watering talents of our Coconut Bay chefs.
Famous Jerk Seasonings
The term “jerk” refers to a style of seasoning that originated in Jamaica. Today, you can find authentic jerk flavors all over the Caribbean. Saint Lucia is no exception, with several flavourful jerk dishes available throughout Coconut Bay. The Jerk Treehouse serves the chef’s secret spicy jerk sauce on pork, sausage and chicken. Flip Flops serves jerk chicken as well. Expect a spicy flavor with a hint of allspice and a rich smoky finish with your delicious jerk dishes.
Signature Caribbean Dishes
Get authentic Caribbean flavors prepared in traditional dishes at many of the dining destinations at Coconut Bay. Calabash serves surf and turf that’s prepared with island flair. Try dishes like Calabash crab cakes, Caribbean shrimp cocktail, free range chicken Soufriere roulade, and creole pork tenderloin. The casual dining at Coconut Walk includes local flavors like Caribbean salad. You can plan a themed dinner on the pool deck that focuses on Saint Lucian favorites as well. Eat like a local and request a meal that’s rich in Caribbean tradition.
Prepare your palate for a fantastic selection of island flavors on your next visit to Coconut Bay. We offer delicious dishes to delight your taste buds as you dine like an islander.