Discover Restaurants offering the best Indian food in Gros Islet, Gros Islet Quarter, Caribbean. Gros Islet, on the northern tip of St. Lucia, is a blossoming destination, at once remote and exciting. The best way to explore the shoreline may be Island Riders, where riding veterans and beginners alike can trot along on horseback and chat with the locals. The Jump Up street party, perhaps the most recognized of the town's attractions, is also a must for a taste of Gros Islet's unique blend of food and music.
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4 based on 1954 reviews
Spice of India,currently rated as number one restaurant in St Lucia, is a sophisticated Indian restaurant opened in 2010 situated in the heart of Rodney Bay. Owner and Restaurateur Chef Adil has travelled across the Atlantic Ocean creating scintillating d
We were taken to this restaurant by our friend who had been living in Rodney Bay and we can see why this was his favourite restaurant! The welcome was lovely, the ambience is very relaxing and we were sat in the outdoor area under a canopy on a lovely August evening. The food is great quality, everything was freshly made, and served with a great smile by the awesome staff. I would wholeheartedly recommend this fantastic restaurant if you like a good curry :-)Dear AngloItalian,We would like to thank your friend who brought you to us and good to know that you also enjoyed your experience with us too. We also appreciate your recommendation for SOI.Hope to see you again soon.Best regards,Chef Adil,Spice of India (2010) andMasala Bay (2015)
4 based on 681 reviews
As for all the restaurants in this area I think for an Indian meal it is expensive, even in Happy HourFood tastes are nice but again nothing special to warrant the priceWonât be coming back as feel as a tourist weâre being ripped off Thanks for taking time to give us your views!All food is expensive in St Lucia! There is no avoiding this fact!You need lots of money to eat well on island!Do your research....find a cheaper destination....but you may well forfeit many lovely aspects of St. Lucia that you will find nowhere else!
4 based on 40 reviews
A tantalizing world of Caribbean and West Indian cuisine. With exotic spices, condiments and flavour profiles used in every dish, you'll experience delicious home-style meals in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Known for its truly "local vibe", multiple awa
Thinking it being a usual Indian garbage, we thought, initially trying to avoid it but when my son said about the comments in TripAdvisor, we went in. I asked one of the young service staff that I would like to have a chat with the chef he very willingly came and explained how he would cook the Bengali fish dish. That is exactly I cook at home. We ordered the Bengali fish, a chicken dish, mustard basmati rice and some starters I forget which but everything, I mean ever single dish that we ordered, was superb as if it was all homecooked food. On top of this there was a small very tasty starter on the house. All the service staff, mainly young boys and girls were exceedingly pleasant and efficient and talked very politely and in a very impressive manner. After this we went two three more time for which I do not need to repeat what I said initially. At our last dinner I happened to meet Mr Adil Pervez Sherwani, the owner I believe, who was found to be very knowledge and efficient but without any chip on the shoulder or empty pride. We had an interesting chat for some time. The place is kept very clean and tidy all the time with very good pleasing soft decorations and has soothing light. One little thing I would like to add rather reluctantly that the two Indian dishes served as desserts 1: Khir 2: Vermicelli in milk(savian) were not found to be as they would be cooked in homes in India or Pakistan.
Found when getting off bus from Rodney Bay, great food at great prices excellent service very popular with locals and seems to never shut, a must try
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