We have been to the Coal Pot since it opened many, many year ago. The reason we find it to be unexpectedly lovely is that the road that leads to the restaurant would make one think they are not going to a fine dining establishment. It surprises you as it opens to a small lagoon, is candlelit, and small and quaint. The dining concept is simple; you select starters then move to the main event which consists of meat or fresh seafood with a choice divinely prepared sauces to top off your entree. The china is designed by the owner, the wine is tasty, and the ambience superb. The service is not rushed and the flourless chocolate cake is well worth the trip to Saint Lucia. This restaurant is not inexpensive, so one may want to go here as the splurge of your trip. It will be a place to remember and return to many times.
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