St. Kitts and Nevis will once again conduct its annual “Restaurant Week” from July 14 to July 24, 2022, following a two-year break brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. This enables the nation to showcase its own foods, cuisine, and culture using the best chefs available.
Several eateries provide discounted or fixed-price menus during restaurant week so that patrons may taste a variety of dishes that might ordinarily be out of their price range. Although any restaurant is invited to participate, mid-range and upscale restaurants frequently do. The fundamental idea is that neighbourhood eateries partner with chambers of commerce or local tourism organisations to advertise a week of lunch and dinner deals.
During St. Kitts & Nevis’ restaurant week, the farmers of the island nation are also featured. The restaurants emphasise the value of farming to tourists at each stage of the events and competitions planned during the week. Each restaurant hosts grand events that highlight the twin islands’ rich culture and regional cuisine.
Among the events planned for this year is the Tasting Showcase, are being held in both St Kitts and Nevis, where restaurants serve up dishes made from this year’s theme ingredient – sweet potato. The St Kitts Tasting Showcase takes place on July 10 and the Nevis version on July 16. Besides this, there was also a bartender/mixologist competition where people participated in the winning cocktail, “The Eye-Opener”, which featured one of the Kitts rums on July 14.
Another key event on the calendar will be Grill Fest on July 23, which “pays tribute to the grill masters as they vie for the title of Best Grill Master in three categories: poultry, pork and seafood”. Every participating restaurant will offer savoury dishes and beverages to the attendees as they will witness the serving up of the tasty dishes featuring the sweet potato.
Participating restaurants have designed one-off menus, each incorporating the theme ingredient. More than 50 restaurants are be participating in the event to give local experiences through culinary, entertainment and artisans.
One of the participating restaurants is also Serendipity, a cosy restaurant, lounge, and bar situated in the historic Fortlands, a short walk from downtown Basseterre. Both Serendipity’s extensive lunch and dinner menus offering a wide variety of local and international cuisine.
Another restaurant, Four Seasons Resort Nevis is participating in St Kitts and Nevis Restaurant Week and its three-course menu showcases the talent of the Four Seasons culinary team. Natalia Ristorante resorts also expressed pleasure in announcing their participation in this annual tradition of dining out and celebrating local ingredients. Their chefs have curated a special three-course menu featuring simple Italian classics and sweet potato.
Besides this, the event is also featuring restaurants such as Arther’s, Sunset Cafe, Park Hyatt and over fifty restaurants.
St Kitts and Nevis have built an excellent reputation for cuisine in recent years. Chefs on the islands guard local recipes zealously, but as well as Creole and West Indian fare, they also specialize in Chinese, Western and Indian dishes.
The restaurants of the twin island welcomed tourists with fresh fruit on the market and beach promenades selling mangoes, papayas, bananas and much more. Moreover, the country is also famous for imported drinks. In addition to that, the local cooking is simple, spicy and makes use of the plentiful fresh fish, vegetables, and fruit.
Restaurants such as Frigate Bay and Turtle Bay located in the capital, Basseterre and the southern peninsula resort area offer good options ranging from fine dining to family restaurants, serving a mixture of local and international cuisine to the visitors. Moreover, St Kitts and Nevis cuisines incorporate the finest fresh local ingredients into simple, flavourful dishes. People are finding many things to do in St Kitts, but none of them is more satisfying than sitting down and enjoying the local delicacies.
The country has paved the progressive path with the help of tourism and the Citizenship by Investment Programme. The Federation is profoundly known as one of the best nations providing economic citizenship.
Launched in 1984, the smallest country in the Western Hemisphere is a pioneer of the Citizenship by Investment industry. The Citizenship by Investment Programme of St Kitts and Nevis has also been regarded world’s best by the CBI Index 2021 of the Financial Times published in the PWM Magazine. St Kitts and Nevis have been ranked first for Citizenship Time, Due Diligence and Family in the Index.
St Kitts and Nevis is providing alternative citizenship to investors across the globe in exchange for the financial contribution to the country’s economy. It has also been regarded as the longest-running in the world for running the programme for more than three decades.
Interested candidates can apply for alternative citizenship of the country through the Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF), which is popularly known as Fund Option. This investment option was established in the year 2018 to support various socio-economic initiatives in the country. The SGF supports the ongoing advancement of St Kitts and Nevis and provides the country with the potential to grow as a prospering small-island country. The investment will enhance the future of investors, as well as the future of St Kitts and Nevis.
Some of the key benefits offered by the Programme of St Kitts and Nevis are as follows:
• Open routes to a global market
• Opportunity to become a global citizen
• Enables to add additional dependants under one application
• Offers numerous business opportunities
• Diversify your portfolio
• An efficient platform for wealth planning
About St Kitts and Nevis:
One must visit the travel destination; St Kitts and Nevis is an exceptional place for travellers who love to relish a stay in the lap of nature. The twin island Federation is famous for sandy as well as silver beaches and coral reefs. The tourists are attracted to the beautiful and mesmerizing sights of the Federation. Moreover, St Kitts and Nevis have also regarded as the safest in the Caribbean region.