Best Restaurants In Saint Lucia

In Marigot Bay:


Awarded the Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor in 2013, this restaurants is known for its catch of the day. The view of the bay is also worth stopping in for, if you are craving local cuisine.

Chateau MyGo

Chateau Mygo House of Seafood is located waterside at Marigot Bay. A third generation local restaurant, owned and operated by Chef Shaid Rambally. His cuisine is an exotic fusion of East Indian and Creole cooking. Fresh ingredients such as mangos, papayas, okra, taro root, ripe plantains along with fresh Atlantic red snapper, mahi mahi and Caribbean Lobster are used in his recipes.

Chateau Mygo is also the only Sushi bar located on the west coast of St. Lucia. Try their spicy tuna roll or the crunch calamari roll. Sashimi and a variety of hand rolls can also be special ordered. They make over 20 specialty thin crust pizzas such as the BBQ Chicken Pizza, The Hurricane, or the famous Lobster Pizza.

Doolittle’s Restaurant & Bar

In 1967 Marigot Bay was one of the main locations used in filming the classic Rex Harrison movie Dr Doolittle. Movie critics say the beautiful scenery helps draw the viewer into the movie… and who are we to argue?

When you visit Doolittle’s Restaurant and Bar, you’ll fall in love with the alfresco dining area overlooking the crystal waters of Marigot Bay. You’ll see hummingbirds darting among the flowers that line the restaurant’s walkways, parrot fish swimming through the corals, and crabs sunbathing on the jetty.


Where the locals take their breakfast and lunch; Bernice’s is a local food shack, completely unnamed and virtually inconspicuous standing next to the Marigot Bay ferry dock. You may have reservations about trying it (no pun intended), but we assure you Bernice is meticulously clean and a consistently great cook.

Lunches there are delicious and filling, and likely the best true ‘local’ cuisine you can find in the bay.

It’s also a wonderful place to swing by for a local breakfast; as authentic as it gets: cocoa tea and saltfish accra.

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