by Gerald Singer seestjohn.com
Habiba and I have a three-year-old boy so we don’t go out to eat that often.
From time to time, however, we do appreciate a nice lunch in a St. John restaurant.
A friend recommended the Waterfront Bistro, located at Wharfside Village where the Panini Beach restaurant used to be and we decided to give it a try.
The restaurant is right on Cruz Bay Beach a picture-perfect view of the St. John waterfront.
A light breeze of the bay and an overhead fan gave us some respite from the rather warm Virgin Islands noonday summer sun.
We enjoyed an excellent meal prepared by the experienced and talented chef, Craig Sullivan.
Habiba had already tried a white gazpacho made with melon and crab meat on a previous visit. She wanted to have it again, but it wasn’t available that day – no melons – ah, life on St. John. So we had fish tacos – excellent – mahi mahi in steamed corn tacos with shredded cabbage and a mango fruit salsa.
Our son, Jacob had chicken fingers like always and he liked them – finished the plate – a good sign
The important thing is: We’ll be back!
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