Who Has the Best Desserts in St. Thomas?

Food — By kelowitt on January 2, 2012 at 2:11 am

St. Thomas is known for its fabulous dining scene, with restaurants specializing not only in seafood, steak and Caribbean specialties, but also in sweet and fruity desserts. Here is a non-exhaustive list of some of the best ones, with an idea of some of the treats they offer:

1) Banana Tree Grille: This award-winning surf-and-turf emporium is a gastronomic wonderland. And the desserts rank as some of the best on the island. On any given night you’ll find succulent key lime pie, mouthwatering chocolate Godiva brownies, dreamy ice cream crepes, and creamy homemade¬† tiramisu.

2) Old Stone Farmhouse: The creative European/American/West Indian cuisine at this favorite island eatery is complemented by a fabulous lineup of desserts such as Grand Marnier tiramisu, Chocolate Intemperance (chocolate mousse, cream cheese chocolate brownie, chocolate glaze, and passion fruit), bananas Foster, and “Lime N Da Coconut” creme brulee.

3) Mafolie Restaurant:  You can indulge your sweet tooth to the nth degree at this elegant, romantic restaurant high up on the hill overlooking Charlotte Amalie harbor. After-dinner favorites include coconut creme pastries, souffle bread pudding, key lime pie, New York-style cheesecake and uber-rich chocolate mousse cake.

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