Our St Croix Restaurant Guide is a carefully curated list of the top restaurants across the island of St Croix organized and searchable by region, category, and key-word making it easy to search for that perfect bite. Try search terms like West Indian, food trucks, beach bar, bbq or vegan
This Puerto Rican influenced joint has some of the best and reasonably priced steaks on island. Featuring local Puerto Rican and West Indian favorites like Goat Stew, Mofongo, Tostones, Plaintains ... and ask for the off-menu Casava Fries! It’s not fancy, but the food is DELISH!!
Specializing in authentic, exotic South East Asian and French Fusion. Galangal’s menu and intimate dining room will delight all your senses. Open Tuesday thru Saturday, Galangal uses organic greens and vegetables and as well as authentic spices and curries. Located in the 1789 Great House in Christiansted, the restaurant also features unique pieces of art.
Ital/Vegetarian/Vegan Caribbean and West Indian Ital, Vegan food. Focused on healthy living and rastafarian principles. Gluten Free/Egg Free/Wheat Free/No MSG
Kim’s Restaurant specializes in West Indian Cuisine, serving up fish, chicken and conch with rice or linguine, salad and Johnny cakes. Try the Goat, which is rich like lamb without the fat.
One of the island's not-so-best-kept secrets. You'll find lines of locals each day at lunch time and a lively bunch around dinner. "Chicken Shack" uses a secret blend of seasoning and slow roasts chickens over their uniquely designed rotisseries. Other menu favorites include: ribs, steak, pork chops, meatloaf, conch, and fish. Sides include Mac-n-cheese, Puerto Rican-style rice and beans and, of course, Johnny Cakes!
Opened in December 2017, Louie & Nacho’s has become a Frederiksted hot spot. Located next door to The Fred with a killer view of the pier and the Caribbean Sea, it’s the perfect spot to grab a cocktail, take a walk on the beach and get on island time.
A taste of Mexico located in the heart of Christiansted. Luncheria is a great place to grab a cold margarita and enjoy Mexican cuisine. Serving tacos, burritos and enchiladas, Luncheria also serves daily vegetarian specials and some Cuban and Puerto Rican dishes.
Join Norma and crew for a laid back breakfast and lunch at the Domino Club. Home to the ‘Beer Drinking Pigs’ the Domino Club is a located in the heart of the rain forest and serves up the best Mama Wanna (a local rum concoction) on St. Croix.
If you only have time for a drink, buy the pigs a (non-alcoholic) beer and enjoy one yourself.
At No Bones, everybody knows your name. Customer service is a highlight along with their Prime Rib Wednesday’s and delicious deserts. Serving sandwiches, pasta’s, seafood and streak, No Bones is one of St. Croix’s best little secrets.
Go 'Off the Wall' at this famous beachside hideout. Known for having great pizza, cold drinks and an amazing view, Off the Wall is loved by locals and visitors. Overlooking Cane Bay and the Northshore, Off the Wall is a great place to watch a Crucian sunset. Happy Hour nightly and live music on Saturday nights. Serving pizza, sandwiches, salads, burgers and specials.
An uptown coffee shop in downtown Frederiksted. Enjoy delicious coffee, frappes, organic tea and locally made ice cream at this hip, funky urban-inspired coffee house and art gallery. Located across from the pier in Frederiksted and serving organic breakfast, lunch, salads, sandwiches and wraps. WiFi available in cafe.
This little convenience store and deli may not look like much on the outside, but it has the best Cubanos this side of Cuba! Stop in and takeout early for a great hike to the beach. Homemade sub rolls, sandwiches, salads and West Indian pates.