Credits: St. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort website

St. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort Now Serves Vegan Menu to Guests

by | July 17, 2019

Owing to increasing demand for vegan food at St. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort, the vacation destination is now offering a 100% vegan, tapas-style menu compared to their prior vegetarian offering. The new plant-based menu was created by award winner James Beard, and consulting chef Allen Susser in association with vegan chef Frank Faucher. What’s more? Guests will be able to learn of the origin of their food sourced through the resort’s organic farm. Farm-to-table classes are offered, and are accompanied by chefs and farmers. The summer sale is on and the best time to visit is now!

ST. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort Now Serves Vegan Menu to Guests
Credits: St. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort website

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St. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort Now Serves Vegan Menu to Guests

Now an exclusive line of a 100 percent plant-based menu, comprised in tapas-style, is made available at St. Lucia’s Anse Chastanet Resort. The move is in response to the ever-growing demand for vegan food. “We saw an increasing demand for vegan meals from our guests, so we thought why not develop this concept and make it part of our dining experience,” said Karolin Troubetzkoy, Executive Director of Marketing and Operations at the Carrabin resort.  

The resort offers a dinner-course of four menus most nights. It ranges from the modern Caribbean seafood to East Indian-St. Lucia fusion. Although all the menus had vegan and vegetarian-friendly options, now the Emeralds will exclusively cater to a modern tapas-style vegan menu. The resort also plans to host international vegan chefs regularly as an added bonus to the diners, according to an official statement. 

Some of the delectable plant-based dishes you can expect at the resort include Crispy Cauliflower Accras- a seasonal dish complete with lime, scallion, and St. Lucian Mango Chutney. In the same way, from their local range, there is a preparation consisting of torn sourdough croutons, tomatoes, sweet peppers, and mint called ‘Carambola Panzanella.’ Other mouth-watering vegan dishes include curried green beans and pulses, West Indian Pumpkin Ratatouille, banana parfait and chocolate cake.

Their wonderful cruelty-free culinary experience doesn’t just need to end in savoring them. Visitors will also be able to trace the origin of the delicious vegan food on their plates – right from the resort’s organic farms – through a class accompanied by farmers and chefs. A 20 minute stroll from the resort and guests can attend a farm-to-table cooking class using the fresh harvest. The resort also houses a chocolate lab where the chocolate is made from cocoa grown at the estate.

If you’re planning a stay this year at the resort between July 15 and October 15, you’ll be eligible for promos in different accommodation categories. Plus the Summer Escape Sale will give you 35% off in room rents with an all-inclusive meal plan.

What do you think about the resort’s new vegan menu? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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Debayan Paul

Digital Writer | West Bengal, India | [email protected]



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