A St. Lucia Cultural Art & Food Experience at Cap Maison
A St. Lucia cultural art and food experience at Cap Maison awaits only 92 steps away. The 92 steps down to Smuggler’s Cove is the legendary path to one of St. Lucia’s favorite restaurants, The Naked Fisherman. When we set out to create The Naked Fisherman the blueprint was to keep it culturally rich with staff, food, attitude and everything in between.
The staff is very friendly and a treasure trove of information on everything St. Lucia. Dunstan can fill you in on when sea turtles invade our shore and be sure and ask Darian about the amazing snorkeling right at our beach.
The food is a no brainer with mouth watering options like our sticky jerk chicken fingers or the daily fresh fish catch of the day. What might not be so obvious is the sense of place that is created with all local artists and craftsmen. Every inch of the space was thought through and had to come from the hands and talents of St. Lucians.
Art on The Path to The Naked Fisherman
Mo Jean – a resident of St Lucia for the past 20 years – created the paintings on the wall leading down to The Naked Fisherman. They combine The Naked Fisherman and an admirer. It has been painted in a way that plants will eventually create an organic hair piece for each character.
Tiles, Woodwork, and Crafting Accent The Naked Fisherman Dining Area
Poyotte – a St Lucian gifted carpenter and joiner created this wonderful communal table and benches from a St. Lucia indigenous hardwood called Mahoba.
Jallim Eudovic – A St Lucian wood carver with studios in Goodlands – the other side of the Morne – Castries – created this hand carved sign for The Naked Fisherman. Jallim can be found working daily on his next masterpiece at the internationally renowned Eudovic’s Art Studio in Goodlands, Castries, St.Lucia ; a must-stop on a tour of St. Lucia.
Laborie – Bamboo Chandeliers crafted in the “Craft Village” of Laborie create a natural ambiance for the lighting at The Naked Fisherman.
St Lucian tile pros laid meticulously crafted tiles all around the dining area that bring bright pops of color.
Keep your eyes out for often new additions as we proudly echo the culture and art of St. Lucia.