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There are many restaurants on St. Kitts that offer all sorts of cuisine for your dining pleasure. Most of the accommodations on the island, including villa rentals and hotels, have restaurants on or near the properties, and there are all sorts of eateries around the island. You can choose from the more laid-back establishments like the Reggae Bar and Grill or the Beach House at Turtle Beach, or head for the Rock Lobster or the Royal Grille for more upscale steaks and seafood. Whatever your tastes, you will find something to please you on St. Kitts.
Located on Cockleshell Beach on the South East Peninsula of St. Kitts, Reggae Beach Bar & Grill is a popular spot for not only enjoying fresh grilled seafood, ribs, and tropical frozen concoctions but also taking in a game of beach volleyball, snorkeling on the protected reef or ocean kayaking. And how could I forget, Wilbur, the bar's mascot pig, is around for additional entertainment and photo ops.
This St. Kitts restaurant features fresh seafood with a 180 degree panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean, outdoor sitting is available on the terrace.
Reservations are highly recommended because of its popularity both with tourists and locals and can be made at the Restaurant's Reservations Desk located in the lobby of the St. Kitts Marriott Resort.
A blend of traditional and innovative awaits you at Bombay Blues. Dine at our restaurant and you will experience the finest food which combines the ancient traditions and authentic flavors of India.
We are a first class seafood restaurant and beach bar, ideally located on the caribbean sea within walking distance from the St Kitts Marriott Hotel. We serve fom the simple to the sophisticated, and our opening hours are from 11:00 AM-11:00 PM.
La Cucina specializes in the dishes of Northern Italy and has a beautiful rustic setting, if offers a wide selection of Italian and International wines. This restaurant is located in the popular Frigate Bay area at the St. Kitts Marriott Resort.
This restaurant is located on Port Zante. They have excellent indian food - huge variety. Great customer service - everything you can ask for. It's walking distance from the cruise ship.
They are open 11:30am to 2:00pm for lunch and then 5:00pm to 10:00pm for dinner. Very inexpensive. Highly recommended.
We had dinner at Rock Lobster (near the Marriot) twice in 10 days and both times the food was very good. The first time we had a long tough day drinking and swimming at the beach and had a light meal of Tapas and a bottle of Chilean cabernet. That meal was tremendous; melted Manchego and steak on Italian bread, calamari and chorizo, broiled garlic shrimp and conch chowder. The second time we went we had dinner; Caesar salad and fresh linguini with clams and a bottle of Malbec.
The service was typical of the Islands (read slow) but who really cares, we're on vacation? We had time to enjoy the wine and the food came out well spaced and hot. Both our waitress's where attentive and the bill came out around 70$ US.
One thing I'd mention was that the linguini and clams that a nice Italian boy from New Jersey had in mind was a little different than the one that came out; Rock Lobsters had a delicious Creole twist to it...not a bad thing at all.
Warm and sophisticated, this "city-style" steakhouse serves succulent cuts of beef and seafood, along with an international wine list.
This traditional steak house serves dishes prepared tableside such as the traditional Caesar Salad and Bananas Flambee.
Reservations are suggested and can be made by contacting the Restaurant Reservations Desk located in the Lobby of the St. Kitts Marriott Resort.
As an old visitor of the island, a favorite once known as The Turtle Beach Bar has a new attitude of "barefoot sophistication" with an updated new look and enhanced menu brought to you by George Reid, an award-winning top Caribbean chef, formerly of the luxurious Cap Juluca Resort on Anguilla.