Our five restaurants are always a highlight of our guests’ experience with us. From the Caribbean dishes of Calabash to the cold stone ice cream at Coconut Walk, our all-inclusive dining options offer something for everyone. To help you make the most of your culinary adventures here at Coconut Bay, we’ve compiled a list of tips on dining with us.
First-time guests often ask if they can make reservations at our restaurants ahead of time, meaning before they arrive at the resort. While not all of our restaurants require reservations, guests can make reservations upon arrival only. Typically, you’ll have no trouble getting into our reservation-only restaurants as long as you book them right when you get here.
For your information, our restaurants that require reservations are Capri, Calabash, Silk, and La Luna, our private, beach-front dining experience. Coconut Walk Marketplace is open from 7 AM – 10 AM, 12:30 – 2:30 PM, and 6 PM – 9:30 PM and does not require reservations. Our beach grill also does not require reservations and serves lunch and dinner from 11 AM to 6 PM. If you get the midnight munchies, the beach grill is also open from 10 PM – 1 AM for late-night snacks.
All of our restaurants except for Silk and Calabash have a “resort casual” or “casual Caribbean” dress code. Flip-flops and shorts are permitted in resort-casual restaurants. For Silk and Calabash, we have a “resort evening wear” dress code. For gentlemen, that includes sports slacks, jeans (no cut-offs), collared sports shirts, khakis, and dress shoes. For ladies, resort evening wear includes casual dresses and skirts, pants and blouses, capri pants, and summer dresses. Shorts, t-shirts, flip-flops, sportswear, baseball hats, bathing suits, sleeveless shirts for men, and cut-off jeans are not permitted in the resort evening wear dress code.
If you have any special dietary concerns, your best bet is to inform us prior to arrival. Otherwise, ask to meet with our food and beverage director when you get here, and he or she will review your needs with you one on one. We can easily accommodate vegan and vegetarian diets in any of our restaurants. While not all of our produce is organic, we do offer a wide variety of locally sourced fruits and vegetables, including those grown in our own greenhouse. We also have almond and soy milk available on request.
If you have a nut allergy or require a gluten-free diet, we now have icons on our menus that indicate whether a dish contains gluten, nuts, lactose, etc. Our cooking staff is trained in cross-contamination kitchen procedures as well. For guests with babies or young toddlers, formula and baby food are available at local grocery stores, which are just a quick cab ride away. Keep in mind, though, that Saint Lucia stores will not carry all brands, so, if you have a specific brand preference, we suggest you bring enough with you to last through the trip.
Now you that you know exactly how to prepare for your all-inclusive dining experience, you can focus completely on just enjoying your meals with us.