The Farm, Belle Mont Farm, Kittitian Hill, St Kitts
This resort community on the slopes of Mt Luimuiga has a working organic farm at its heart. Dine at The Farm, where guests sit at the 30-ft long wooden table located on a platform in the middle of the gardens, with sunset views across the water to the green peaks of St Eustatius and Saba. This is true farm-to-table dining, with dishes made with just-picked or just-foraged ingredients—a full 90 percent of the menu is from here or neighboring farms. The chef makes what’s fresh and the wine list is a collection of all natural and organic wines.
Spice Mill, St Kitts
What a view. This beachfront restaurant on Cockleshell Bay has an unobstructed shot of Nevis across The Narrows, but the locally caught seafood will also capture your attention. The menu is filled with island flavors, and you can dine on the catch of the day, conch fritters or jumbo shrimp on the deck, or sip a reviving cocktail on the beach.
The Stone Barn, Park Hyatt St Kitts
Stone walls and wooden barrels mimic the old barns where crops were stored on this fertile island, and chef Pankaj Bisht works with local farmers and fishermen to provide the freshest seafood, produce and ingredients for his à la carte and tasting menus at this adults-only restaurant. Global culinary influences run from raw (mahi-mahi crudo) to on-the-hearth cooking (wood-fired lamb and sourdough flatbread).
The Rocks, Golden Rock Inn, Nevis
This hillside dreamscape in Charlestown is part restaurant, part outdoor sculpture garden with its colonnaded portico, tiered pools and stone steps accented with strategically placed works of art. Under the care of the warm staff, dine on fresh fish and lobster surrounded by dense foliage and tropical flowers, and you’ll feel like you’ve escaped into another world, especially if you sip a Mount St Helena, one of the signature cocktails.