There comes a point when you can no longer imagine more distinct flavours, or a superior taste. At this pinnacle, the point of distinction becomes the theatre, the ability to surprise; this distinguishes the best from the truly great. The Jade Mountain Club which is exclusively for Jade Mountain guests, has always been ahead of the game by virtue of its startling location. Jade Cuisine celebrates the bold flavours of the world’s tropical cultures. The cooking is fresh, simple and succinct and then paired for you with some of the finest wines available.
And if you should tire of the Jade Mountain Club and the privacy of in-Sanctuary dining is not for you, then the restaurants and bars of Anse Chastanet await.
Located on the hillside, the Treehouse restaurant serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. There are two parts to the restaurant, the main part is open air (a roof, but no walls), and overlooks lush tropical foliage and the Caribbean Sea. The second part is for the brave, a wooden balcony that hugs the side of the main restaurant, but just a shade closer to nature. Look over the railing and you look down some 80 feet to the roots of the trees – conclusive proof the restaurant is ‘tree top’. The cuisine is a blend of Caribbean and other tropical world cuisine experiences. The dinner menu changes daily and is served in a romantic candlelit ambiance.
Serving only vegetarian cuisine, Emeralds showcases the freshest and tastiest organic produce which is grown on the hotel’s own farm, the Emerald Estate in the Soufriere hills.
Trou Au Diable Restaurant
Located right on the beach and serves lunch and dinner. The lunch menu is massive, so eat as little or as much as you like, but don’t forget to try the soup.
Once a week all guests enjoy a special Caribbean culinary evening in the Trou au Diable restaurant, which commences with a cocktail reception at 6 30 p.m. The atmosphere is festive with the entire stretch of beach in front of the restaurant lit up by flambeau candles.
Six nights a week a little piece of St Lucia transforms itself into a corner of India and serves an innovative fusion of modern East Indian and Caribbean cooking. It’s a celebration of St Lucia’s historical and cultural ties with India. In other words, some of the best curries you’ll ever taste.
For those looking for a light grill menu and a casual beach setting, the beach grill in the beach bar is the perfect fit.
The three bars are located on the hillside close to the main restaurant, on the main Anse Chastanet beach and the last is located on Anse Mamin beach. The two main bars are open daily and close late.
A Room Service menu is available