This high end restaurant has great food with service to match. It is located just minutes away from Akasha in the Le Sport resort. Advanced booking is a must.
Jambe De Bois
This hidden gem is Located in Pigeon Island national park, watch the sea roll in while you sit on the rustic furniture and enjoy an inexpensive local meal. The recent renovations mean that the view is even better now. Barbara the owner will ensure you feel welcome with her 2 for 1 cocktails.
Right on the Reduit beach, once again only minutes from Akasha. It offers breathtaking sunsets with good quality food and fantastic value for money. Try the happy hour which is daily 5 to 6pm .
More than a cafe, Carlos and his wife have made this the place to go if you like traditional Indian food the way it is cooked in typical Indian home except Carlos cooks it in a much healthier way. Very reasonable prices make this a place to eat at least once – they deliver.
Other suggested restaurants:
- Buzz – Seafood and Grill. New management since early 2017 and look to be doing a good job.
- Spice of India – Another great curry place, good service and food. Lots of good reviews on Tripadvisor.
- The Naked Fisherman – in a small cove near the villa. Good for a swim and also super food available – by Cap Maison, the resort at the top of the cliff.
For those who like more comfort food, within Rodney bay, which is only minutes from Akasha, there is:
- Il Papa – Pizza and Pasta – Pizza bar
- Church’s Chicken
- Dominos Pizza
A visit to St. Lucia is not complete until you visit the Friday street party locally called ‘The Jump up’ in Gros Islet. This is a loud event where everyone drinks and dances until the early morning. This is a five minute drive from Akasha. Other events which are worth visiting are Anse-La-Raye Seafood Friday and Dennery’s Fish Saturday.
A bar frequented by tourists and ex-pats. Good atmosphere with friendly staff, lively music and lots of atmosphere. The food is pretty good and there is a happy hour 5-7 pm. Closed on Sundays.
A typical St Lucian bar on the beach on Pigeon island. Great place to just chill.
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Coffee Shops in Rodney Bay
There are several good coffee shops in Rodney Bay Marina. Cafe Ole, in the marina where you can sit and watch the boats sail in and moor. Right next door there is Elena’s which also offers light meals and fresh fish. Plus the refurbished B&B (locally called Breadbasket) which offers you an alternative and serves great Rotis, happy hour 5 – 7 pm. All also serve drinks. For those who need it most of the coffee shops have free wireless internet.