Sunday Lunch at The Animal Flower Cave

September 1, 2019

September 15, 2019

12:00 pm To 3:00 pm

Animal Flower Cave, North Point, St. Lucy

Event Description

*** Please note that the Restaurant will be closed from Sep 18th to Oct 10th. It will reopen for full service on Oct 11th. Only sandwiches/fries/fishcakes will be served during this time. The Bar & Cave will remain open throughout.

The Animal Flower Cave invites you to enjoy its Sunday Lunch.

Drive to the North to enjoy the cool breeze, the amazing views and the most fabulous food!

On the Menu:
Appetizers
Salads
Rotis
Mains
Sunday Specials
Sides

For full menu and prices, visit https://www.animalflowercave.com/the-restaurant

Call 439-8797 to reserve your table now OR make a reservation online at https://www.animalflowercave.com/

The Animal Flower Cave is located under the cliffs at North Point, St. Lucy. It is the island’s only accessible sea cave, standing six feet above the high water mark. It was discovered by its seaward entrance in 1750 by a Welsh naturalist and author, the Reverend Griffith Hughes. Inside the cave there still are found some sea anemones which are locally called animal flowers from whence the cave obtained its name. These are seasonal and at some times of the year there will not be many to see, however the cave itself is still worth visiting!

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*** Please note that the Restaurant will be closed from Sep 18th to Oct 10th. It will reopen for full service on Oct 11th. Only sandwiches/fries/fishcakes will be served during this time. The Bar & Cave will remain open throughout.

The Animal Flower Cave invites you to enjoy its Sunday Lunch.

Drive to the North to enjoy the cool breeze, the amazing views and the most fabulous food!

On the Menu:
Appetizers
Salads
Rotis
Mains
Sunday Specials
Sides

For full menu and prices, visit https://www.animalflowercave.com/the-restaurant

Call 439-8797 to reserve your table now OR make a reservation online at https://www.animalflowercave.com/

The Animal Flower Cave is located under the cliffs at North Point, St. Lucy. It is the island’s only accessible sea cave, standing six feet above the high water mark. It was discovered by its seaward entrance in 1750 by a Welsh naturalist and author, the Reverend Griffith Hughes. Inside the cave there still are found some sea anemones which are locally called animal flowers from whence the cave obtained its name. These are seasonal and at some times of the year there will not be many to see, however the cave itself is still worth visiting!