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St. John Restaurant Gets New Name, Look & Menu!

Wok on the Beach is now Surf Club Cantina.

Hello everyone, and happy Tuesday! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday weekend! I know it’s tough to get back to work following a holiday weekend, so how about an easy, breezy story about a nice little spot in Coral Bay?

For those of you who’ve been to St. John before, you’re probably familiar with Wok on the Beach in Coral Bay. Well Wok on the Beach had a little makeover a few months back, and is now being called Surf Club Cantina. The owner is the same, but the spot has a brand new look and a new menu.

Surf Club Cantina, formerly Wok on the Beach, is located across the street from Coral Bay in the Isola Shops building. Salty Mongoose is right beside it, and Aqua Bistro is located next door in the Cocolobo complex. (Click here to see our Restaurant Map, and to see the exact location of every restaurant on St. John.) Surf Club Cantina is a mostly outdoor location with great breezes and nice views of Coral Bay. Check it out:

And as I mentioned, it has a brand new menu too. Check it out:

I stopped in with my friend Leah, owner of Flyaway Charters, before the holidays, and she made sure I knew how good the salsa was. And it was! We shared that, and I ordered the ground beef tacos. Here are a couple of pics:

Salsa and homemade chips
Ground beef tacos with a side of sour cream

Surf Club Cantina is open from noon to 8 p.m. seven days a week. And if you’re looking to purchase an existing business on St. John, it happens to be for sale as well. Click here to read about all of the St. John businesses that are currently listed for sale.

Want to know exactly where Surf Club Cantina is? Click here to view Island Tidbits’ searchable Restaurant Map.


  1. Roger

    We went there a couple of times a few weeks ago. Friendly service, good food (bang bang shrimp tacos, fish tacos), potent drinks, but the El Diablo will burn your tongue off. Too spicy for me!

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