Authentic food, live music, and reasonable prices make this an ideal venue for anyone that wants to experience a friendly neighborhood restaurant in St. Lucia. The cozy decor is made up of heritage items and antique furniture along with typical island accessories that you could find on any nearby plantation.
There are two menus, a simple poster with daily dishes and a chalkboard that lists fresh seafood products and unique island creations, like curried chicken backs. Hearty plates of stewed fish, with sides of rice, beans, and mixed garden greens are other examples of typical menu items.
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