A creative "surf and turf" menu is the hallmark of this new eatery at the Elysian resort in St. Thomas's east end. In addition to rotating fresh "catch of the day" items (such as local wahoo,... Read More
A creative "surf and turf" menu is the hallmark of this new eatery at the Elysian resort in St. Thomas's east end. In addition to rotating fresh "catch of the day" items (such as local wahoo, mahi-mahi, and imported trout, salmon, tilapia and scallops), you can also find house specialties like pumpkin ravioli, Caribbean chicken roulade, drunken chicken, New York strip steak, and stuffed lobster. If you can't decide between surf and turf, you can do both: you can add a half lobster or sea scallops to any "turf" item for $25-$40 extra. The restaurant also has an excellent wine list and an in-house bar, where you can eat if you want a more casual experience. Seating in the main restaurant is literally beachside, with views over the lovely harbor and marina. Sunday mornings are devoted to scrumptious, unique brunch offerings. The house specialty is the "volcano" pancakes, which are a cross between a crepe and a pancake and stuffed with the filling of your choice: bananas and walnuts, bacon and sausage, or apple and cinnamon. You can also delve into the melt-in-your-mouth Monte Cristo sandwich, the smoked salmon BLT, or the chicken and Belgian waffles.
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