Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa, a popular all-inclusive resort in St. Lucia, has increased its dining options from three to nine, added free Wi-Fi in all rooms and included top-shelf liquor in the room rate.
“As part of our ongoing commitment to improve our product for all our guests, expanding our premium all-inclusive amenities has been in the works for some time and we are now very looking forward to their feedback,” said Mark Adams, president and CEO of Coconut Bay, in a news release. “We are very excited about the addition of three new restaurants and bringing a new focus on using fresh, flavorful farm-to-table ingredients in each of our dining experiences.”
Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa’s nine restaurants offer dining options including unlimited a la carte dining at four specialty restaurants, late-night snacks served from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Beach Grill & Pizzeria, as well as a 24-hour Coffee and Tea Corner.
Three new restaurants include the Jerk Treehouse, a poolside eatery constructed around a large sea grape tree. Chefs on the top-floor kitchen grill pork and chicken, and gently perfect the day’s catch in foil, all rubbed with a secret jerk marinade and topped with a choice of sweet and spicy sauces to be mixed and matched.
Veranda is an intimate, al fresco dining venue for adults-only. Guests dine by candlelight selections that make Creole flavors and ingredients shine, from dasheen and pumpkin to conch and crab.
The signature dish, Fresh Catch of the Day, is just that, seafood caught along St. Lucia’s sea by local fishermen.
Executive Chef Dennis Boitnott is redefining the farm-to-table fine dining experience at The Greathouse at sister resort Serenity at Coconut Bay with pan-Caribbean menus and ingredients, a nominal surcharge applies.
For meat lovers, the kurobuta pork chop is topped with smoked pork belly and a tamarind Worcestershire glaze adds zing to the char-grilled, bone-in cowboy steak while a mango mignonette dresses a smoked marlin, conch and shrimp seafood cocktail.