We had lunch here while visiting Soufriere. We didn't originally come to eat as we wanted to tour the chocolate factory but we arrived after 9:00am and that's the only tour time. So we went to Sugar beach and returned for lunch. The dining area is situated to get a beautiful view of the Petit Piton, dead center of the room. Dining is open air and very relaxing. Staff is very attentive to your needs and many varieties on the menu have some sort of chocolate touch to them. You are given different sauces to try the bread with, each with a special taste. The bread on my burger even has a chocolate taste to it. Many good drinks to try as well. I'm sure the evening meals are a delight as well. It might be a bit pricey however. But oh, what a view.
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