St. Lucia Restaurants



Tao Review

For exquisite dining, head for this Cap Estate restaurant. As you dine on a second-floor balcony at the edge of Cariblue Beach, you're guaranteed a pleasant breeze and a starry sky while you enjoy fusion cuisine—Asian tastes with a Caribbean touch. Choose from appetizers such as seafood dumplings, sashimi salad, or miso-eggplant timbale, followed by tender slices of pork loin teriyaki, twice-cooked duck, wok-seared calves' liver, or tandoori chicken—the results are mouthwatering. Fine wines accompany the meal, desserts are extravagant, and service is superb. Seating is limited; hotel guests have priority, so reserve early.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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