6 Of The Best Restaurants in Gros Islet & Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia3 min read

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Alaina Case
Hello! My name is Alaina Case, creator of travel & style blog – Beach Love Peace. Born in Hawaii and raised in Jamaica, you can say I’m an island gyal. The BEACH has always been my place of serenity. LOVE is something we all need, and I enjoy spreading love – with a smile, a hug and now with this blog! Lastly, PEACE is what we teach others by exploring the world and experiencing cultures with an unbiased heart. Follow me on my educational and cultural journey, and in due time you’ll start your own! www.beachlovepeace.com


Photo op in the backyard of our Airbnb home while in Saint Lucia!

Saint Lucia is beautiful island on the Caribbean Sea. It’s known for its crystal-clear ocean, good music and island food. Saint Lucia’s most famous dish is banana and salt fish and/or breadfruit with salt fish. As you all know, my family is Jamaican so I love and eat this food regularly, however, while on vacation I love to eat a variety of foods; some related to the culture and some traditional foods. Here is a list of restaurants I ate at while in Gros Islet, Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia.

1. Tapas On the Bay
Tapas On the Bay is a restaurant located right by the ocean where you can eat fresh seafood and steaks. The restaurant is known for its tapas plates, however, they also have full course meals. I loved my seafood pasta and my family loved their meals as well!


I am a pasta fanatic!


Steak, vegetables and rice.


Cocktail shrimp and stuffed crab! YUMMY!

2. Spinnakers
Spinnakers is a restaurant located on the beach, so after your meal, you can hop into the ocean. They offer a plethora of options, ranging from burgers to beef stew and more! I forgot to take a picture of our meals because I was mesmerized by the view!


The menu of Spinnakers.


The view from the table!

3. Café 758
Café 758 is an all purpose restaurant. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Although, the menu is very small, they will cook pretty much anything you can think of. The restaurant is in Rodney Bay Mall/Plaza located above the grocery store, so you get a nice view of the locals and/or local businesses. At night, the restaurant turns into a lively bar.


The menu of Café 758.


My amazing omelet, with a nice view of the town!


My loves grilled chicken and fries! As you can tell, we had totally different taste that morning!

4. Il Pappa Trattoria Pizzeria Gelateria
Even overseas I have to get my pizza fix! Il Pappa Trattoria Pizzeria Gelateria is a beautiful restaurant serving all type of Italian foods. Although, the restaurant was empty, so many people were constantly picking up pizzas to go. That’s how you know it’s good!


My boyfriend’s sister pigging out as usual! She at least has an excuse, she’s eating for two!


Pasta Addict!


A ravioli dish!

5. Delirius – Bar, Smokehouse, Barbeque, Grill
Delirius is a beautiful outdoor restaurant. The food takes a while to be prepared, but it’s well worth it! This restaurant also has a plethora of options. I ordered fish and chips, and it was delicious! It’s definitely no Europe fish & chips, but it’s up there!


Front of the menu.


The menu outdoor, to win you over – so you come into Delirius!


My tasty fish & chips meal!


The entrance of Delirius!


My extended family, enjoying ourselves at Delirius!

6. Rituals Diner & Pizzeria
Of all these restaurants, Rituals is the one that wins with the selection of foods they have! You really can get ANYTHING here! Pizza, pasta, seafood, French toast, smoothies and more! You name it, they have it! I forgot to take a picture of our meals here, sorry.


The entrance of Rituals!

Hope you enjoyed this post and when you visit Saint Lucia will have the chance to experience these places yourself.

If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below or email me at [email protected]! Xoxo BLP Loves!

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Alaina Case

Alaina Case

Hello! My name is Alaina Case, creator of travel & style blog – Beach Love Peace. Born in Hawaii and raised in Jamaica, you can say I’m an island gyal. The BEACH has always been my place of serenity. LOVE is something we all need, and I enjoy spreading love – with a smile, a hug and now with this blog! Lastly, PEACE is what we teach others by exploring the world and experiencing cultures with an unbiased heart. Follow me on my educational and cultural journey, and in due time you’ll start your own! www.beachlovepeace.com

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