A Five-Room Hotel overlooking Marigot Bay – St. Lucia
Food for thought for your dining delight!
For many of our special guests, the day is only half done when the sun sets in wondrous colors into the Caribbean sea.
And what better way to start the second half than by dining in one of the four fine restaurants you’ll find in Marigot Bay.
Creole, American and International cuisine are all at your fingertips. The hardest thing you’ll have to do is choose!
Free Shuttle to the Bay upon Request!!!
Transportation to the bay area and back to the Inn is available upon request at no charge. Just one more aspect of the very personalized service you receive when you stay at The Inn On The Bay!
Restaurants in Marigot Bay
The Rainforest Hideaway
Regularly rated on Trip Advisor among the top ten restaurants in the Caribbean, Rainforest Hideaway is a short ferry ride across the bay.
Set in the mangroves on a dock surrounding a lagoon full of performing fish, Rainforest is a truly magical dining experience. Jean René, the Maitre D’ and Chef Myron have been with Rainforest from the beginning, building the dock by hand and creating a fine dining restaurant in a rustic tropical setting .
The menu is a fusion of French and Asian with some strong Caribbean flavours and we usually have a sample menu pinned on our board on the beach. Of course, the menu changes according to what fresh ingredients are available so there are always some nice surprises.
Starter selections might include vanilla ravioli stuffed with ginger and coconut crab with a lime and coriander dressing, or jerked scallops and king prawns sautéed in garlic and served with a creamy Parmesan risotto.
Main courses may feature seared fillet of mahi-mahi served with a puree of sweet potato and ginger and a red pepper sauce, or herb crusted rack of lamb served with nutmeg spiced gnocchi and a chili tomato salsa.
With its sophisticated menu, relaxed atmosphere and personal service, Rainforest has become a favorite with not only with visitors but also with locals who come in on their boats from the north of the island. And in the season it lives up to its name and attracts the celebrities who like to slip away from their mega yachts and hide away ashore for the evening.
The Rainforest Hideaway is open every night except Tuesday and it’s a good idea to book, either by phone or by calling in to take a look at the evening’s menu during the afternoon.
Their bar, stocked with champagnes, fine wines, rums and whiskies, tropical cocktails and plenty of ice cold Pitons, is open to non diners from 4pm until late.
Phone: (758) 286-0511 or (758) 451-4485 (after 3pm).
The Pirate Bay
There is à la carte as well as a fixed price menu (3 course meal). First course on the fixed price menu is either a tasty, fresh salad or fish chowder.
The main course is a mixed grill of fish, chicken, shrimp, mashed potatoes and vegetables and the dessert, banana flambé or split or ice cream. A good wine selection at reasonable prices is also available.
For good local food with a great view and a really nice low key, friendly, comfortable ambience, The Pirate Bay is the place to go… and remember that The Pirate Bay offers the best view of the mangroves in the bay.
Note that the Marigot Bay public ferry will take you to The Pirate Bay Restaurant at no cost!
One of our newest restaurant in the bay… and already one of the best!
Julietta’s “Catch of the day”, “Rack of Lamb”, “Coconut or Garlic Shrimps” (yummy!) are among some her specialities.
Julietta’s Restaurant overlooks beautiful Marigot Bay providing her guests with an incredible view of this unique Caribbean Bay.
For a delicious meal at a VERY reasonnable price, put Julietta on top of your list while in St. Lucia!
Phone: (758) 458-3224
Chateau Mygo is owned by Doreen, who is a native St. Lucian. Her cuisine is influenced by a fusion of East Indian & Creole family recipes.
In this waterside setting, the menus are inspired by three generations of family recipes, blended with Caribbean regional foods.
Fresh ingredients include Mangos, Papayas, Okra, Passion-Fruit, Callaloo, Dasheen, Bread Fruit, Sweet Yams, Christophen, Ginger & Avocado. All grown in the fertile mountains of St. Lucia. And from the bountiful Caribbean Sea the Freshest Tuna, Red Snapper, KingFish, Mahi-Mahi, & St. Lucian Lobster.
Chateau My’Go also offer over 20 specialty thin crust pizzas such as the BBQ Chicken Pizza, The Hurricane, or the famous Lobster Pizza.
Live music and dancing weekly!
Phone: (758) 451-4772
Located on the north side of Marigot Bay, accessible by ferry ride. “Jewel of the Caribbean” scenic setting where the film ‘Dr. Doolittle’ was made.
After the sun and sea caress your body for hours, Caribbean nights at Doolittle’s will make you tingle with anticipation of the excitement to come. Casual elegance is the mood at “Doolittle’s”.
Their award winning chefs provide a selection of exotic, imaginative, Caribbean & International Cuisine.
Dine while enjoying spectacular views of Marigot Bay, where waves gently caress the shore…. and don’t miss their Monday “2 for 1” Lady’s night & Saturday Night Barbeque!
Phone: (758) 451-4974
The Bayside Café @ Capella Hotel
Meet sailors from around the world, mingle with locals and immerse yourself in the yachting environment at this relaxed The Bayside Café, serving a wide selection from French baguette sandwiches to local specialties, of course accompanied by a cold local Piton Beer.
The Bayside Café is located in the Marina Village and is opened for lunch & dinner.
Phone: (758) 458-5300
The Grill at 14’61 @ Capella Hotel
Named to honor Marigot Bay’s latitude and longitude, The Grill at 14*61 is where St. Lucian cuisine and culture meet in stirring fashion. The restaurant is situated at the resort’s highest point, complementing each visit with breathtaking views of the Marina and Marigot Bay below.
Seamlessly flowing indoor and outdoor spaces have been combined with a charming colonial décor to create a truly warm and inviting dining experience. Upon entry, attention is drawn to the restaurant’s focal point, a gorgeous open-plan show kitchen with a handcrafted wood-burning grill. During breakfast and dinner, the busy chefs perform a version of “culinary theater” in full view of diners, adding a dash of energy to each meal. For guests who wish to dine under the open sky, a set of sliding glass doors gives way to an al fresco patio overlooking the mega yachts moored in Capella Marina. Next to the restaurant, the Grill’s open-air lounge and bar is a marvelous setting for enjoying pre-dinner cocktails or relaxing after dinner.
More than a place to dine, The Grill at 14*61 has created an upscale yet decidedly casual destination, where resort guests and Saint Lucians enjoy simply prepared prime meat cuts and fresh, locally sourced seafood accompanied by an assortment of indigenous herbs and spices sourced directly from the hotel’s private garden.
The restaurant offers an indoor/outdoor garden setting for private dining and special events.
The Grill at 14*61 is open seven days a week.
Open for lunch and dinner.
Phone: (758) 458-5300
The Rum Cave @ Capella Hotel
With a native stone and wood design inspired by the Caribbean’s colonial-era rum distilleries, the Rum Cave is a fitting place for communing with this most essential of island spirits. Adjacent to the dinghy dock, overlooking the Marina Bridge, it offers captivating indoor and outdoor settings for savoring fine regional rums while watching mega yachts slip into their berths. Guests seeking rum alternatives will find plenty to love about the diverse offering of beers, wines, single malt whiskeys and handcrafted specialty cocktails.
The ambiance is a fusion of intimacy and sophistication while the prevailing mood favors comfort and easy conversation. In the evening, the beautifully lit lagoon casts a warm glow over diners enjoying a quiet drink and dessert in the open-air lounge.
The Rum Cave is open for lunch and dinner with live music most evenings.
Phone: (758) 458-5300
Masala Bay – Indian & Asian Fusion Restaurant
A great new addition to Marigot Bay. Masala Bay is located at the 2nd floor of a colonial looking building. The restaurant sits over the Marigot marina with a nice view of the water.
The decor of the restaurant is contemporary , bright colours, comfortable seating , impeccable service and last but not least excellent food with an extended choice of vegeterian plates.
Chicken Manchurian, Prawn Mole Curry, Beef Shami Kebab, Peshawari Naan and Malai Kofta are among the most popular dishes of Masala Bay.
Masala Bay is open for lunch and dinner.
Phone: (758) 451-4500
Restaurants in Castries & Rodney Bay
Jacques Waterfront Restaurant – Rodney Bay
Chef Jacques had been travelling the world for 15 years when he arrived in St. Lucia more than 10 years ago. He bought with him a great appreciation for indigenous ingredients and he has developed his own style of fusion cuisine that combines fresh local ingredients with his French cooking methods and flare for creativity.
Although the menu has a great selection of meat and vegetarian dishes, Chef Jacques specializes in fish and seafood, he made some good friends and contacts in the fishing industry when he lived in the fishing village Soufriere for 4 years when he first came to the island, and can often be seen on the dock in front of the restaurant chatting with fishermen and surveying their fresh catch for unusual delicacies.
He shops personally and can be found daily scouting the market stalls, and other local suppliers, looking for just the right ingredients, the result is meals cooked to perfection. Chef Jacques mixes his own spices and seasonings and, like most French Chefs, he is a talented sauce maker, he also enjoys smoking his own meats and fish.
Jacques’s knowledge and love of wine shows in the wine list, it carries an interesting selection of wines from both France and the new world. The cocktail menu is extensive and contains old favourites and some interesting new ones, try “Jack’s Amazing Electric Frog”!
Cathy Rioux, the chef’s wife is the hostess at Froggie Jacques Waterfront Restaurant, and the service is friendly and efficient.
The lunch menu is casual and brought to you on a blackboard. Dinner is a la carte and each dish is prepared to order. Popular selections include starters like octopus and conch in spicy passion fruit sauce, squid in lime and chive sauce and main courses of fresh catch of the day in Tamarind sauce, or boneless chicken stuffed with local smoked fish in a citrus sauce.
Froggie Jacques Waterfront Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner from Monday and Saturday. Open on Sunday for their popular Jazz & Brunch!
Phone: (758) 458-1900.
The Coal Pot – Castries
The Coal Pot has been a fine dining experience for the last forty years. Michelle Elliot owns and manages the restaurant.
New World cuisine, the marriage of the freshest Caribbean ingredients with simple, yet exquisite, French cooking methods, is the Coal Pot’s trademark. At lunch, a daily special is served alongside dishes like Greek and shrimp salads. Fresh local fish, prepared in a variety of excellent sauces, is an ideal lunch choice.
Dinner, with linen service, is a relaxed affair. Coquilles St. Jacques and smoked salmon add a continental flair to local delicacies, such as curried chicken served in a coconut shell. There is also a selection of fine wine.
The Coal Pot’s ambiance is as special as the cuisine. The walls of the wood open-air structure are decorated with colorful Caribbean art. These acrylic and water designs are Michelle’s imaginative creations. Just a few feet away from the dining tables, the waters of the Vigie Marina lap against the coral stone beach. On full moon nights, tables are set under the stars.
The Coal Pot is not only a food lover’s delight but an intimate place to lunch and dine!
Phone: (758) 452-5566