St. Croix Travel Guide

A blend of diverse ethnic backgrounds and can-do spirit, Crucian culture has a flavor all its own, and Andrew gets a taste of all this tropical paradise has to offer, from bullfoot soup to conch roti.

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Joe Can Cook Food Truck

The Joe Can Cook food truck is one of the more popular food trucks found along Queen Mary Highway (also known as Centerline Road) in St. Croix. Locals line up for goat water, blood sausage and pig foot souse.

Queen Mary Highway, St. Croix, USVI

Ruki's Roti Food Truck

A couple of East Indian descent make flavorful conch roti -- a traditional East Indian-style bread filled with conch meat.

Queen Mary Highway, St. Croix, USVI

Thomas Food Truck

Often found parked in front of St. Croix's Richmond power plant, Isaac and Claudette serve home-cooked Crucian staples like bullfoot soup and salt fish fricassee pate from their food truck.

Villa Morales

This Puerto Rican-owned villa and restaurant is the best place to get authentic Puerto Rican fare like breadfruit tostones, pasteles and sofrito -- a condiment made of pureed sweet peppers, onions and herbs like Caribbean oregano and cilantro.

Morales Drive, Frederiksted, St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands 00841


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