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Food trucks are common in St. Thomas, but are not overly popular with tourists since they tend to be far from touristed areas, and not too user-friendly for those unfamiliar with the local foods and... Read More
Food trucks are common in St. Thomas, but are not overly popular with tourists since they tend to be far from touristed areas, and not too user-friendly for those unfamiliar with the local foods and lingo. However the "Rescue Me" food truck offers friendly service and a prime location not far from the Crown Bay cruise ship terminal. Sarah, the proprietor, cooks up a rotating menu of local favorites, from conch fritters to sweet potatoes to curried beef with peas and rice. Sides include fried plantains and mac & cheese. About $10 will buy you a combo plate with a little bit of everything. Oh and Sarah serves drinks too, so if you're actually not in a hurry to get anywhere, have a seat at the nearby picnic tables and nurse a rum and Coke for a while. At night the place stops serving food and turns into a little bar.
U.S. Virgin Islands,
- Restaurants near Cruise Port - St. Thomas: "Look for this truck on the road that leads from the Nisky Center to Crown Bay marina. It's on the right side as you head south, in the parking lot of the Department of Homeland Security."
- Best for Restaurants near Cruise Port - St. Thomas Because: Rescue Me combines local West Indian food, informal outdoor seating and a small bar for a perfect casual lunch.