Chef Xavier Restaurant & Wine Bar
â€˜Fusionâ€™ quite perfectly describes Chef Xavierâ€™s Restaurant & Wine Bar. On one hand because of the skillfully combined French-Caribbean cuisine that romanceâ€™s even the most complex of palates. And on the other hand, because of the unique blend of dining atmospheres â€“ â€˜fineâ€™ and â€˜casualâ€™ under one roof.
Situated in the heart of Rodney Bay, overlooking the spectacular shops and marina, Chef Xavierâ€™s dÃ©cor brilliantly mirrors the nautical tone of its surroundings.Whether youâ€™re celebrating a special occasion, looking to dine before youâ€™re trip to the neighboring Treasure Bay Casino or just planning to indulge in the finest food and drink, youâ€™ll be happy you chose Chef Xavierâ€™s.
At first glace of the dinner menus, youâ€™ll know right away that this isnâ€™t just a restaurant â€“ itâ€™s a wine loverâ€™s haven. The extensive wine list, thoughtfully selected by Bruno Galon (Wine Specialist) is quite impressive to say the least. With a well-balance selection of old & new world wines, youâ€™ll surely find yourself wanting to explore flavors from around the globe. Thankfully, thereâ€™s flaky homemade bread to curb your appetite while you carefully choose your first beverage.
If youâ€™re torn with where to begin your dining experience, consider trying the Trio of Cold Soups. This mouthwatering selection of three different gazpachoâ€™s allows you to explore a multitude of tastes at once. If youâ€™re a seafood fanatic, however, youâ€™ve got to try the Stuffed St. Lucia Crab or Coquille St Jacques a la Francaise â€“ both highly recommended.
The â€˜fusionâ€™ theme of the restaurant also makes its way into the main entrÃ©e dishes where â€˜Salt Waterâ€™ options meet â€˜Green Earthâ€™ selections. You can choose to experience local fish or melt-in-your-mouth meats, both of which have French and Caribbean inspired hints throughout.
Depending upon your mood, try the popular Kingfish Filet served with fresh vegetables, pilaf rice, fried ripe plantain and your choice of sauce. Or explore the succulent Magret de Canard (Duck Breast) or CarrÃ© dâ€™agneau (Rack of Lamb), both of which are served with a different section of sauces, special rÃ¶sti potatoes and the same delicious vegetables and plantain. And if you just canâ€™t decide between seafood or red meat, youâ€™ve got to try the Surf & Turf. This dish generously offers both beef tenderloin and jumbo shrimps along with the staple â€˜Green Earthâ€™ side dishes.
What are distinct about Chef Xavierâ€™s meals are the customizable sauce selections. For seafood, choose between sauces such as Creole de Ste. Lucie, Garlic Beurre Blanc, Exotic Curry or Basil Pesto. And for meat, try Black Peppercorn and Cognac, Creamy Wild Mushroom or Shallots and Merlot Wine Sauce to name few.Here youâ€™re empowered to design the meal to your liking, and if youâ€™re ever unsure, the wait staff are delighted to recommend popular combinations.
To cap off your evening, consider satisfying your sweet tooth. If youâ€™re a chocoholic youâ€™ll be floored by the Extreme Chocolate Fondant with Chili Chocolate Sauce and Rock Salt, and if youâ€™re a cheesecake fan youâ€™ve got to try Chef Xavierâ€™s â€“ itâ€™s homemade. Thereâ€™s something for everyone on the dessert menu. Plus theyâ€™ve even got delicious Cappuccinoâ€™s, Espressoâ€™s and Teaâ€™s to accompany.
Of course, the evening doesnâ€™t have to end there. After dinner you may wish to relocate to their breezy, casual terrace or cozy bar to treat yourself to an additional cocktail or glass of wine â€“ with so many to choose from, how could you not try another?
Chef Xavierâ€™s is the perfect setting for a romantic evening (proposal anyone?), celebration or even a business gathering. At both lunch and dinner youâ€™ll be wowed by the versatile ambience, unique cuisine and top-notch wine list â€“ you canâ€™t go wrong with â€˜fusionâ€™.
For more information contact 458 CHEF (2433)