Belle Mont Farm prides itself on the expansive edible landscape that surrounds the resort and the unbelievably fresh, organic produce it offers. Each morning, receive the freshest fruits and vegetables delivered directly to your Guesthouse. When looking to dine onsite, Belle Mont Farm guests can also delight in an array of diverse restaurants and lounges, with an astounding 90% of the provisions sourced from both the hotel's farm directly, as well as surrounding farms in Nevis and St Kitts.
The Kitchen: Offering sweeping views of the lush forests surrounding Mount Liamuiga and the glistening ocean, The Kitchen boasts a sophisticated, yet accessible dining experience for breakfast, lunch and dinner with an unparalleled tasting menu. Ingredients are all sourced from the property’s own farm, as well as the surrounding landscape and sea.
The Mill Bar: Designed in the style of an old sugar mill, this watering hole set alongside The Kitchen serves handcrafted cocktails and natural wines hand-selected by the hotel’s Master of Wine, Isabelle Legeron. Notable favorites among the cocktail list include the Lemongrass Passion Rum Punch, and the delectable Jacques Selosse champagne.
The Pool Grille: Set alongside the Great House’s stunning infinity pool with views of neighbouring islands St. Eustatius and Saba, The Pool Grille offers casual, light fare for lunch.
The Farm (open seasonally): Set in the center of the 400-acre farm among vegetable and fruit crops, this 30-foot-long table provides a communal dining experience set al fresco. The exquisite vegetable dishes steal the show, with family-style platters of fresh-picked garden greens and perfectly roasted carrots passed from guest to guest, accompanying main courses including papaya lamb stew and braised chicken roulade. Guests are encouraged to dine early in order to catch the view of spectacular sunsets right from the table.
Arthur’s (open seasonally): The newest addition to the Belle Mont Farm culinary roster, Arthur’s, offers an oceanfront dining experience on the black sand beach in Dieppe Bay, just a 10-minute drive from the resort. The restaurant’s name pays tribute to Arthur Leaman, the former House & Garden magazine editor behind the legendary The Golden Lemon Inn, which is currently being restored and will eventually be added to the Kittitian Hill collection. With a location just steps down the beach from a popular fishing spot, Arthur’s menu reflects the freshest catch of the day, paired with complementary produce from the farm.