Dining at Anse Chastanet
Some of the best dining in Soufriere and St. Lucia can be found at Anse Chastanet. An enticing selection of menus is available in a number of intimate hillside and beachside locations and also, you can pre-book private dining arrangements at the water's edge on Anse Chastanet beach or in our spa cottage Kai Mer overlooking the Caribbean. Whether you fancy fine tropical Caribbean Cuisine, exotic Creole flavors, or simple grilled fare, you will find it available and more. Our culinary options also include our St.Lucia-Indian menu titled Apsara, a wholly vegetarian restaurant called Emerald's and last but not least our Jungle Grill for day time laid back dining on our second beach Anse Mamin. And of course, all of our kitchen receive organic produce from our resort farm Emerald's in the Soufriere hills.
August 17 Update: Restaurant schedules vary. Our culinary team ensures that guests can sample dishes from all of our various dinner menus. Vegan and vegetarian dishes will always be available. Please contact us if you have any questions
- Treehouse - Caribbean Fine Dining
- Balawoo Menu at the Treehouse New
- Emeralds - Vegan Cuisine
- Trou Au Diable - Beach Restaurant
- Apsara - East Indian Caribbean Fusion
- Trou Au Diable - Beach Grill
- Jungle - Beach Grill
- Eat Them to Beat Them Lionfish Dinner
Caribbean Fine Dining - Treehouse Restaurant
Dine in our two open air treehouses overlooking lush tropical
foliage and the Caribbean Sea. Celebrating award winning Tropical World
Cuisine, a blend of Caribbean with other tropical world cuisine experiences.
The dinner menu changes daily and is served in a romantic candlelit
ambiance, surrounded by beautiful original artwork. Breakfast is served here
daily and dinner is served daily with the exception of Tuesdays.
The resort recently unveiled a new dining concept, featuring fresh sustainable seafood prepared with local Caribbean ingredients.
In keeping with Anse Chastanet’s eco-conscious philosophy, the resort’s Treehouse restaurant is offering a new menu, titled Balawoo – a Creole name for a small fish – which embodies the sea-to-plate, farm-to-table philosophy for which the legendary resort is known around the globe.
Balawoo Dinner Sashimi
Tapping into the resurgence of agricultural industries such as fishing, foraging and farming, Anse Chastanet’s culinary team has partnered with local fishermen and farmers to plan a fresh, coastal menu that features fish and produce that are in season.
Balawoo menu offerings include a Caribbean seafood bar with fresh options such as Snapper Tiradito, Lionfish Ceviche and Wahoo Sashimi. Other menu items include the whole fish of the day roasted in banana leaf. During lobster season, guests can also enjoy Grilled Local Spiny Lobster with Passion Fruit Butter or the World’s Largest Shrimp.
Balawoo Dessert Coconut and Mango Panna Cotta
Reservations can be made via telephone at +1 758 459-7000 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Emeralds Bread Fruit Gnocchi with tomato, lemon thyme and chadon beni pesto
St. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort has introduced an entirely vegan concept menu as part of their daily culinary offerings. Anse Chastanet offers guests a choice of 4 menus most nights, in 2 different locations, ranging from Modern Caribbean to Seafood and East Indian- St.Lucian fusion. Whilst all menus feature vegetarian and vegan choices, the Emerald’s Restaurant caters exclusively to vegans with a modern tapas style menu. Crispy Cauliflower Accras with Lime, Scallion, St Lucian Mango Chutney and Bread Fruit Gnocchi with Tomato, Lemon Thyme and Chadon Beni Pesto.
Anse Mamin Heart of Palm Ceviche with sour orange, avocado and seasoning pepper leche de tigre
The menu was created by consulting chef, James Beard award winner Allen Susser in collaboration with the vegan Chef de Cuisine at the resort, Frank Faucher. As an added attraction, Emerald’s will host international vegan chefs regularly.
Much of the fresh produce used in the restaurant comes from the resort’s own organic farm Emerald’s in the Soufriere hills, about 20 minutes away from the resort. Guests are able to visit the farm and enjoy farm to table cooking classes with freshly harvested vegetables, salads and fruits. The farm focuses on growing produce that is not easily available on island and the resort supplements the daily kitchen requirements with purchases from the local farmers in the community.
Trou Au Diable - Beach Restaurant
The Trou au Diable Restaurant is located right on the Anse Chastanet beach. Here we serve lunch daily. The lunch menu offers a wide and varied choice of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, burgers and Caribbean and Creole specialities. On Tuesday evenings, all guests enjoy a special Caribbean culinary evening in the Trou au Diable Restaurant, which commences with a cocktail reception at 6:30 pm The atmosphere is festive with the entire stretch of beach in front of the restaurant lit up by flambeau candles.
Apsara - East Indian Caribbean Fusion
The Trou au Diable restaurant offers a special Indian theme menu titled APSARA on all evenings except Tuesday. APSARA is an innovative fusion of modern East Indian and Caribbean cooking, a celebration of St. Lucia historical and cultural ties with East India.
Trou Au Diable - Beach Grill
On all evenings except Tuesdays, we serve a beach grill menu in the beach bar giving our guests the option to enjoy light grilled fare near the water's edge in a casual setting.
Jungle - Beach Grill
The Jungle Beach Bar & Grill, located on our second beach of Anse Mamin. Anse Mamin is open daily from 9am until 6pm and the Jungle Grill is open from 12 noon until 3pm. The relaxed and laid back atmosphere on this exotic soft sand beach makes the Jungle Grill a favourite with many of our resort guests.
Conservation Cuisine: Eat Them To Beat Them Lionfish Dinner
Lionfish are one of the most destructive invasive fish species ever to reach the Caribbean, are wreaking irreparable damage on coral reefs by eating practically everything they come across.
One way to beat them is to eat them. We are serving a multi-course dégustation menu with paired New World wines, in which we showcase the quality and taste of this very unique fish.
A perfect dinner setting to savor a lionfish meal at two of St. Lucia’s leading resorts.
Diners, seated at a romantic beachside candlelit restaurant, are served lionfish as pure sashimi, citrus ceviche wrapped in a crispy tortilla, and either grilled or stewed with the flavors of St. Lucia. It is always delicious and a very special dinner experience prepared by our best passionate chefs and sommeliers.
Private Dining Experiences
Why not pre-book a surprise private,
romantic candlelight dinner at the water's edge on our Anse Chastanet beach
or in our cliff side cabana "Kai Mer"? Alternatively, if a private gazebo on
Anse Chastanet beach is still not private enough for you, then please let us
arrange for you the Ultimate Castaway Dinner on our second beach of Anse
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Enjoy a selection of canapes with wine or
champagne on your balcony at sunset.
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Join our Executive Chef on his once weekly harvesting excursion to our organic farm Emerald's. Included in this visit is an interactive cooking class or join one of our Chefs in the Anse Chastanet kitchen for a gourmet dining cooking class with wine pairing.
Contact us for more details.
The two bars - Piti Piton Bar, the Treehouse
Restarant and the Trou au Diable beach restaurant are open daily and offer a
wide selection of tropical cocktails, beers, liquor including also fine malt
whiskeys, eau-de-vies and after dinner drinks. Why not start your vacation
with a STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN or how about a CARIBBEAN KISS!
Beach Bar Menu - PDF
Piton Bar Menu - PDF
Afternoon tea is served from 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily in the Piton Bar, and an afternoon snack menu is also available at that time in both the Piton and Beach Bar.
Our dress code in the evenings is smart casual. Gentlemen usually wear collared shirts and bermuda shorts or trousers in the evenings. Light cotton or linen clothing is the most comfortable. At lunch, we request dry clothing in the beach restaurant and a light cover up.