One of the finest Caribbean restaurants in St. Lucia, the Windsong Restaurant at Calabash Cove offers a mouth-watering mix of international cuisine and local fare. Much of the menu is also inspired by Asian cuisine and the team of chefs strive to use only local, fresh ingredients in every dish.

This one of a kind Caribbean restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is therefore the perfect place to pop in for a glass of wine and appetizer while enjoying the breathtaking views. Windsong offers its patrons stunning, unobstructed views of the mesmerizing Caribbean Sea and consequently, is the perfect place to take in one of those famous sunsets.

Here is a small sample of our menu, which includes but are not limited to these daily specials:

• Local Octopus Tempura accompanied by fresh chili seaweed, pickled ginger salad and papaya chutney

• St. Lucian Crab Backs touched by smoked mango mojo on a bed of organic leaves with a sweet chili drizzle

• Ravioli de Choiseul made with local pork and served with sundried tomatoes and sunflower seeds in a coconut and bitter cocoa sauce

• Papa Snapper sautéed red local snapper with papaya chutney and grilled pineapple on an artichoke ragout

• Pan Roasted Teriyaki Duck Breast served on glass noodles and tempura vegetables (zucchini, carrots, celery and broccoli)

• Smoked Coconut Crème Brulee accompanied by a chocolate cookie and chocolate drizzle

• Calabash Cove Rum Baba smothered in sugar rum and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream

Be our guest and indulge yourself in one of our Daily Specials today.


When it comes to Caribbean bars, the C Bar at Calabash Cove is as elegant as it is hip. C Bar is expertly designed to offer guests a great spot to enjoy a cocktail, good conversation in addition to live music. Moreover, the C Bar offers stunning views of the sea from the comfort of the beautiful couches, lounging areas or intimate tables. We guarantee you won’t be able to stay away from the C Bar during your Calabash Cove stay.

The C Bar is the perfect spot to take in an unforgettable Caribbean sunset, all while sipping on one of our delicious signature cocktails. In addition to the unparalleled ocean views, the C Bar also looks out over Sweetwaters; our infinity pool. Keep an eye on your friends or loved ones in the pool while you relax in style, or simply enjoy the beautiful island of St. Lucia with a tasty drink in hand.

If you are more of a wine drinker, you will find plenty of exquisite options from the Calabash Cove Cellars. The C Bar also offers a selection of beers that change seasonally. Please ask your server for current offerings. Here is a look at some of our most popular signature cocktails.

Calabash Cove Bombshell
● Grapefruit juice
● Cranberry juice
● Lime juice
● Creme de banane
● Sugar syrup
● Vodka

St. Lucian Surprise
● Baileys
● Chocolate
● Drambuie
● Galliano

Lucian Mama
● Orange juice
● Banana
● Cacao creole
● Dark rum


If you are so inclined you can spend the entire day at the pool.

Our team will be happy to serve you lunch to go with that chilled Piton beer, favorite cocktail or glass of sparkling water.

The options include: a healthy choice Greek salad, vegetarian sesame croissant, jerked chicken on ciabatta bread, crab sandwich, fish and chips, shrimps and calamari or an old fashioned beef burger.

The swim up pool bar and deck are a popular corner to read that page turner and to make a few new friends should you be so inclined. And if you really cannot resist you are able to check your e-mails on the free wifi and upload a picture on social media to make your friends at home all jealous. Nothing does that trick better than a picture from the Caribbean sent on a rainy or possibly even snowy day back home.

The swim up pool bar is also the perfect spot to end the day gazing into the sunset as a beautiful Caribbean day turns into a romantic evening under a star studded sky.

And if you pay close attention and your timing is good you may even be able to capture a picture of that all so elusive green flash as the sun disappears behind the Caribbean Sea.