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Whether you want a quick bite on the run, a tasty local meal, or a fine-dining experience, you can find it in and around Laborie.

Here's a taste of what you can find to satisfy your hunger for authentic Saint Lucian cooking, delicious fresh seafood and more. You’ll note that like many Lucians, the restaurants are often known by more than one name!

 


A&A (Miss Ann Marie’s)

Located just past the bridge by the church on the main road of Laborie, Miss Ann Marie has a cozy place known for chicken and beef rotis, an East Indian dish of tender curry-seasoned meat and potatoes wrapped in an unleavened flour shell. She also has hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken & fries as well as daily specials like pizza, dal (curried lentils) or sandwiches.

Open every day except Sunday from 9am-9pm. 455-9504.

 


Zoe’s Place & Bar/by Clue

The deep sky-blue & white restaurant known as Zoe’s Place offers a spectacular view of Laborie Bay along with their delicious food. From rotis and burgers to lambi (conch) and West Indian meals, there is always something great to eat. Local juices and a variety of beverages are chilled and waiting as well. On Sunday evenings – the special is handmade pizza including the local favorite – hot dog! Then there is Laborie’s delicious version of fast food – Clue’s chicken and bake. The chicken is so tender it melts in your mouth and the bakes are fresh and hot. Get them to go or eat it there. Located along Testanier Highway, ask anyone and they can point the way.

Open every day except Monday. 455-9411.

 


Debbie’s Homestyle Restaurant 

Known island-wide for some of the best Saint Lucian cuisine, Auntie Debbie has created a place where you don’t just go for the food but for the ambiance as well. Wide, shady verandas decorated with potted plants and baskets of local produce invite you to sit, relax, and enjoy a memorable meal. Debbie’s menu is full of mouth-watering options for both lunch and supper. Her Sunday buffet is legendary – long tables filled with every tasty delight topped off with a separate dessert table. Debbie’s Homestyle Restaurant is located along the highway between Laborie and Piaye.

Open most every day except Monday, for lunch through supper. 455-1625.

 


Mama Rose’s by the Market

This bar and restaurant has been in the family for four generations, serving delicious local meals such as fresh grilled fish, seasoned chicken and barbecued pork with all the traditional trimmings (ground provisions, salads, beans, etc.). You can also get chicken and chips (fries) and their daily special depending on what’s fresh and what the cook feels like making that day. There is a fully stocked bar with homemade rum punches, cold beverages and local juices. Mama Rose’s is located right next to Laborie’s market square with both indoor tables as well as an outdoor bar/patio perfect for keeping an eye on what’s going on around town.

Open every day except Sundays, from 11am until late. 455-9084 or 488-6023.

 


Big Bamboo Café

Located on the corner opposite the market square in Laborie, it offers delicious meals in an relaxed bistro-type atmosphere. Featuring a fun and cosy sidewalk terrasse, it is the perfect spot to share a drink with friends right in the middle of the village.

 


Mama Tilly’s

Known for her big heart, delicious barbecued chicken and grilled fish-to-go, you can’t beat Mama Tilly’s. Located on the corner of La Croix and Allan Louisy street just up from the Police Station.

The grill is hot from Wednesday through Saturday evenings after 5 pm.

 


Friday and Saturday streetside grills

On Friday & Saturday, from the afternoons and into the night, the streets of Laborie and the highway bypass come alive with a variety of delicious road-side grills and fish shacks. From barbecued chicken to lambi (conch) stew, grilled stuffed fish or corn on the cob, you can stroll the streets stopping for a bite wherever you see something that fits your fancy.