Cap Maison, St Lucia Serves Up an Array of New Culinary Delights

Cap Maison, St Lucia Serves Up an Array of New Culinary Delights

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Luxury boutique resort, Cap Maison, is once again spearheading the culinary scene in St Lucia with new food and beverage options, internationally recognised awards, exciting pop-up events and UK chef exchanges.

The resort has long been known for the exquisite dining experiences it offers guests, from its gourmet French West-Indian inspired menu at The Cliff at Cap to its delicious, relaxed counterpoint The Naked Fisherman. It is now set to wow even more with new private foodie themed evenings on board Cap Maison I, a brand new outdoor dining experience called ‘La Table’, and rum and chocolate pairings for Chocolate Heritage Month.

Known as the innovator of a new culinary movement in Saint Lucia, Cap Maison’s fine-dining restaurant, The Cliff at Cap, was the first to bring pop-up events to the island. Following on from their success, the restaurant has introduced a brand new dining experience called ‘La Table’.

La Table is the ultimate al fresco dining experience, consisting of an elegant table set within the open air at one of St Lucia’s most iconic locations around the Rodney Bay area. Guests will be treated to crystal stemware, elegant china, candelabra and fine linen, complete with a two course five-star dinner. La Table offers a truly intimate dining experience; on each occasion the location remains a secret until 24 hours prior to the event and accommodates a maximum of twelve guests.

Cap Maison will be offering a new series of foodie themed evenings aboard Cap Maison I, the resort’s very own luxury 46 ft Sea Ray motor yacht. The first will be a burger and lobster evening scheduled through-out November, offering a refined alternative to the traditional surf and turf.

Couples will be able to book a private evening cruise that will include a five-star dinner and accompanying wine, starting with spiny-tailed lobster and followed by a char grilled wagu burger in a brioche bun.

Cap Maison’s Solera Cask Rum recently won a bronze medal at the International Spirits Challenge 2016. Now in its 21st year, the ISC is the premier event in promoting quality spirits across the globe. The competition is founded on a rigorous and independent judging process, receiving more than 1,400 entries from nearly 70 countries worldwide makes the ISC a truly global competition.

Cap Maison’s Solera Cask Rum is distilled by St Lucia Distillers using both pot and column stills producing an aromatic fine clear spirit. Following extensive aging in Old Port barrels the premium rum is then aged at Cap Maison using the famous “Solera” aging system in single 10L white oak medium toasted barrels guaranteeing a consistent and superior quality.

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