If there is a heaven for foodies, Coconut Walk is what would be behind the white-chocolate pearly gates. One of Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa’s all-inclusive dining options, Coconut Walk is the resort’s main restaurant. Executive Chef Veejoruth Purmessur recently revamped the menu, which is now an eclectic cornucopia of dishes. Chef P. has transformed all-inclusive into gourmet with fresh local produce and premium international ingredients. Read on to learn about the delectable culinary voyage that awaits you at Coconut Walk.
Eight Independent Food Stations
Whether you’re in the mood for a smoothie or penne, Coconut Walk’s eight food stations have what you’re craving. All-inclusive dining usually means one-size-fits all food, but not at Coconut Walk. Five of our eight food stations are made to order, which means you get what you want exactly how you want it.
You can start your morning with a refreshing beverage at the Smoothie Bar, where we blend every concoction with fresh local fruit. Or perhaps you’d prefer a melt-in-your-mouth breakfast crépe made to order, or a customized omelet, or hearty French toast, or all of the above! And that’s only breakfast.
For lunch, you can go the traditional route and grab a sandwich and a salad. The salad bar lets you build the perfect combination of your favorite ingredients. More in the mood for a hot lunch? Not a problem at Coconut Walk! Head over to the Panini station and let the staff grill you the sandwich of your dreams.
Now for the coup de grâce – dinner. Our chefs will toss pasta, stir-fry, and a smorgasbord of other options just the way you like them. Remember to save room for dessert; it’s not an experience you’ll want to miss. The dessert chef will be happy to hand-scoop some cold-stone ice cream for you that you can dress up with almost any topping imaginable. Remember that Executive Chef P. started as a pastry chef, so you can expect a dazzling assortment of Danish pastries, chocolate croissants, cakes, and more.
You don’t need a reservation to dine at Coconut Walk, and resort casual wear is as far as the dress code goes. You’ll find Coconut Walk right next to the lobby on the first floor. In addition to the made-to-order stations, Coconut Walk features a rotating international menu that you’ll love. Once you dine here, you’ll never think of “all-inclusive” the same way again!