an island nurtured by nature
Soursop and breadfruit, both bright green, are found across the island in abundant forms—cooked, juiced, and fresh off the tree. Tousled banana leaves cover whole valleys. Mango trees give shady spots under which to gather when the day is done, and juicy fruit that tastes different when picked ripe—sweeter.
In St. Kitts, the land is both sweet and generous, plump with fresh vegetables, healing herbs, gardens of grains and wildflowers, and fruiting trees with roots that reach deep into the soil. Ginger, turmeric, cinnamon, and clove grow plenty. Seaside, a fisherman brings in the day’s delicacies: lobster, wahoo, mahi mahi.
Every dish is a show of love—an offering from farmers and fishermen, chefs, cooks, and generations of Kittitians willing to put their hands to the plow, to care for the land like it cares for them.
Arthur’s Restaurant & BarDieppe Bay
Discover a treasured black sand beach ten minutes down the road from Belle Mont Farm. Dieppe Bay, dotted with fishing boats making their way back onshore, is home to Arthur’s—and the first fresh seafood delivery of the day.Learn More
Sip a glass of fresh sorrel and ginger juice under the cover of moringa trees on Fari Organic Farm. When you’re ready for more, head to Ital Creations for a seasonal menu of plant-based Caribbean offerings fresh from the vegetable garden.Learn More
If you’re in the mood for a bit of everything, you’ll appreciate The Strip on Frigate Bay. Let the night carry you from seaside dining to barefoot beach parties in joyous celebration of St. Kitts’ culinary and cultural range.Learn More