Here is a quick summary of where we ate on our recent trip to Anguilla. I should mention that the food on Anguilla is FABULOUS by any standards. I highly recommend this island to any food-centric travelers.
Veya - dinner, one of the best meals of our lives, highlights are fish stew, calamari, snapper, tamarind glazed chicken, and coconut panna cotta
Koal Keel - dinner, excellent food, free shuttle currently running to some of the hotels on the island, very interesting flavors, highlights are snapper crudo and rice paper snapper
Picante - dinner, yummy mexican food, great margaritas, very relaxed
Sandbar - dinner, very tasty tapas and top notch cocktails, great view
Roti Hut - lunch, awesome roti, ice cold ting, need i say more?
Bon Jour Cafe - lunch, best seaweed salad I have ever had, lovely owner
E's Oven - lunch, highlights, pumpkin soup, curried creole conch
Straw Hat - breakfast, BEST breakfast on the island, good coffee, highlights are scallion potato pancakes with poached eggs and french toast (wear bug spray though)
Blanchard's - dinner, food pretty decent but overpriced
Blanchard's beach shack - lunch, very tasty lunch food for eating on the beach
Sunset Lounge at the Viceroy - dinner, sushi pretty good, but rest of food gross, cocktails okay, views are beyond stunning
Beach Bar at Cuisinart - lunch, okay food, good view, nice after tour of hydroponic gardens
Blue at Cap Jaluca - breakfast, food was cold and disgusting, coconut encrusted french toast was shaped like a fish and was NOT encrusted in coconut. There was coconut sloppily dropped on top. They also made a fish out of berries on my plate. Husband had a lobster omelet which was so cold that the cheese in it never even melted (seriously, cold to the touch cubes of cheese).
Hope this helps some future Anguilla traveller's make decisions about where to eat!
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