With WiFi service excruciatingly slow on cruise ships, it's a common sight to see passengers duck into a restaurant or bar advertising "free WiFi" soon after docking in a port. That's what made us visit Chef Robby's Caribbean Pirates. My wife and I ordered Diet Cokes and opened our tablets to check email. The waitress left and soon returned to tell us that they didn't have Diet Coke. (Why didn't she know that?) Told that they had lemonade, we asked for that. The waitress returned with Sprite. We said that we asked for lemonade, and the waitress replied that Sprite is their lemonade. (Why didn't she explain that?) OK, we accepted Sprite, but then discovered that we couldn't get a WiFi connection. The waitress said that the manager would try to improve the signal. Their WiFi was probably overwhelmed with demand. At this point we dismissed any idea of ordering food. To the manager's credit, however, he did work on the signal, and we were finally able to get online. But after finishing our drinks, we left to free up our table. Throughout our experience, the staff was pleasant and service oriented.
The restaurant was fairly crowded and many of the diners appeared to be locals, so that probably says good things about the food.
The restaurant is located on the second level of the Place Carenage shopping center in Castries next to the cruise dock. It overlooks the harbor and also offers a very attractive view of the town adjacent.
If we were there longer, I might have gone back, but I would have ordered a beer.
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