Fusing the Caribbean's hottest dining experiences with your favourite hotels, we may just have found the secret ingredient to making your holiday even more delicious…​

The islands of the Caribbean are legendary for their laid back tropical vibes, breathaking beauty and vibrant culture. And it’s no secret that you'll also find some of the planet's finest cuisine and sensory dining experiences – created from ​​a mouthwatering blend of African, Amerindian, European, East Indian, Arab and Chinese influences – ​set in the grounds of your favourite resort. 

While some hotels are famous for their Sunday brunches, or having their pastries flown in directly from Paris, here's our guide to those that not only receive rave reviews from some of the globe's greatest food critics, but also their hugely loyal following of guests that return to enjoy their sublime offerings time and time again.

Cobblers Cove, Barbados

At the heart of Cobblers Cove, and in a culinary league all of its own, the Camelot Restaurant is the creation of Michael Harrison, trained under Michel Roux Jr. at Le Gavroche in Londo and the only Barbados-born Executive Chef cooking in a five-star setting on the island. 

Serving what is undoubtedly the finest food on the island, the ocean-front Camelot Restaurant is a destination in itself, and the current holder of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association's 'Restaurant of the Year'. With exceptional menus from Executive Chef Michael Harrison, the food is fresh, seasonal, and offers a true taste of Barbados. And if you're on the island at the end of this month, Masterchef 2010 winner Dhruv Baker will be cooking at the hotel as part of the restaurant's annual 'Chefs in Residence' programme.                                                                                                                       >>> See More​

​The Fairmont Royal Pavilion, Barbados

Barbados is known around the world as 'England in the tropics', and with a nod to the island's English heritage, The Fairmont Royal Pavilion serves up a delicious, complimentary afternoon tea every day, at the relaxing poolside Taboras Restaurant overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Feast on freshly-baked scones with cream, jam and butter, a variety of pastries, cakes and sandwiches, all accompanied by a delicious selection of teas.

If you're a little more calorie-conscious... or for when the guilt sets in after a few afternoon teas... the resort has a 'Lifestyle Cuisine' programme that contributes to optimal health and wellness or 'Lifestyle Cuisine Plus' dishes that cater to guests with specific diet-dependent conditions like diabetes, heart disease and gluten-free, as well as more unique dietary preferences including macrobiotic, raw and vegan diets.                          >>> See More​

​Hermitage Bay, ​​Antigua

With tables spreading from the decking onto the beach, Hermitage Bay's three-tier restaurant shares the Balinese/Asian feel of its​ suites, delighting guests with its brilliant fusion of Caribbean and modern-European flavours, created, where possible, from local ingredients. There are stunning sea views from every table, but if you can snag yourselves the corner table on the lower tier, you're guaranteed to be dining in the restaurant's most romantic spot.

Menus change daily so there's always an opportunity to try something new; and a lot of the fruit and vegetables you'll enjoy are now grown in Hermitage Bay's very own organic garden (you can even ask for a tour round too if you fancy). But be warned – ​the food here will be the highlight of your stay, so you may want to avoid the scales for a bit on your return home​.                                                                                                             >>> See More​

Hot off the press...

From 4-8 November 2015, St Barths will once again take centre stage with the arrival of the second Taste of St Barth Gourmet Festival. Exceptionally-talented guest chefs will work alongside resident chefs from some of the best hotel and restaurant kitchens on the island, tempting the palates of hungry visitors with a calendar of heavenly culinary events and competitions. The full programme and guest chefs are yet to be announced but we guarantee that dedicated foodies will not want to miss this delicious extravaganza.

Stay at the Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France - small, charming and a distinctly-Gallic testament to the finer things in life, with all the right ingredients for a fantastic stay: one of the island's longest, most fashionable beaches, and accommodation that's simply quite beautiful.




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