Set sail to warmth, tasty Caribbean food
NEW YORK (AP) -- Eat well while you're enjoying the sun and the sand of the Caribbean this winter.
The February issue of Bon Appetit is recommending the dining scenes on five islands. They are:
UPuerto Rico, where a sushi bar called Dragonfly Too serves up sushi rolls with conch and hearts of palm.
USt. Maarten, where classic French bistro food is perfected at Le Montmartre.
UNevis, where you can dine at the Montpelier Plantation Inn in a British colonial home.
USt. Lucia, where chef Paul Yellin, at the Kai Manje restaurant in Ti Kaye Village, draws on his Caribbean heritage for Creole-inspired dishes.
UBarbados, where you'll want to try Sassafras Wine Bar & amp; Grill's version of fish and chips -- coconut-crusted kingfish and spiced yucca chips -- and the exotic kangaroo, ostrich and elk entrees at the Restaurant at Southsea.