Fall In Love with Creole Flavours at Marigot Bay Resort
Authentic Island Tastes!
In Saint Lucia, September and October are fabulous for foodies, with the annual Food & Rum Festival and International Creole Month culminating in an islandwide celebration of our colourful heritage. At Marigot Bay Resort, we celebrate that local cuisine every day on our menus, using the freshest produce from neighbouring farmers and seafood caught by village fishermen only hours before cooking.
At our four restaurants, homage is paid to the flavours of Saint Lucia that have evolved alongside our melting pot population. Simple street foods like 'fried bakes' are paired with the national dish of salted cod and unripe bananas known locally as 'saltfish and green fig' for an authentic home-style breakfast. A regular 'Cocoa-tea Making Lesson' is conducted by one of our chefs who takes guests through the steps to making our sweet-spiced cocoa drink from scratch. Indian curry spices are prevalent in our favourite roti, and Jamaican-inspired jerk spices take the heat up for a fiery taste of the islands.
Showcasing our love of all things Lucian is the highlight of the week's entertainment at Marigot Bay Resort, with a dazzling choice of dishes served up in hand-crafted clay pots and platters woven by artisans from the surrounding countryside. From pumpkin soup and Creole bread to macaroni pie and stewed beans, the flavours of our unique island are sered up by a passionate team of chefs who are proud to share their culture. Even the house-made ice creams involve classic island flavours like cinnamon, nutmeg and cashew nut.
Throw in some steel pan music, incredibly nimble fire-eating limbo-dancers and a driving soca beat from the DJ, and the Authentic Saint Lucian BBQ Night at Marigot Bay Resort's Hurricane Hole is an absolute must-do for guests and locals alike. Every Tueday from 6pm to 10pm. Only US$50 plus taxes per person for all-you-can-eat buffet.