St. Croix Restaurants and Food
St Croix's Restaurants and Food... Succulent clawless
Caribbean lobster, with a tail rich in pure white meat.
Fresh caught mahi mahi (which is a fish locally called
Dolphin, but is not the porpoise!), served island style with
pungent local spices. Today's catch of yellowfin tuna,
broiled, baked, or perhaps with the chef's special Caribbean
herb and spice mixture. Conch chowder for starters, key lime
pie and Cruzan coffee for closers. And of course, aged Black
Angus steaks for those who can travel but cannot go without!
Dining on St. Croix is a magical whirl of gourmet chefs,
local delicacies, open air seaside restaurants, moonlit
nights, and no jackets required.
For a unique and fun food and cultural experience, enjoy a
guided food tasting and cultural walking tour withVirgin Islands Food
Tours .Their foodie excursion through historic Downtown
Christiansted is filled with history, fun and delicious
local cuisine you won't find anywhere else in the world.
Paradise found! Although you can't eat atmosphere, you can
drink it in! Some of the island's nicest restaurants are in
historic courtyards, overlooking marinas, on the beach, in
the finest resorts, and tucked away in places that say "call
for directions." From beach bars to those establishments
featured on national television, every meal is a highlight
of your vacation. For local delights, stop at the food vans
selling Roti, sort of a West Indian burrito, and Salt fish
Pate, deep fried and great with a cold beer! Be sure to
sample the West Indian Pig Roasts and buffets offered at the
resorts! Major credit cards are accepted, and reservations
are preferred. A word to the wise: ties and jackets are
definitely not in fashion for the gentlemen; ladies, it's
either casual or casual elegance.