Chefs tend to come and go, and the restaurant can win or lose
because of the change in personnel.
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In Anguilla, the restaurants tend to come and go after every new hurricane that hits the island; so you'd better call
first, to see if they're still standing.
Try these bakeries for fresh breads, cakes pastries and sandwiches. Some also have lunch.
Anguilla Restaurant Guide:
Listings include name, location, style and telephone number with links to restaurant
reviews. Keep in mind that restaurant information is time-dated; so if the chef or
ownership changes, the restaurant may change drastically.
Barrel Stay Restaurant specializes in French West Indian cuisine. Open for lunch and
dinner and located on beautiful Sandy Ground Beach. The Barrel Stay is famous for their
Fish Soup, Anguillan style, with the roule and croutons and grated cheese on the side.
Award-winning French/Caribbean cuisine is presented nightly in the resort's elegant
private dining room. A gourmet catering kitchen provides excellent menus for all meals
which can be delivered and served to guests in the privacy of their Villa or Beach House.
Hibernia is a small, intimate and elegant restaurant, with 11 tables set in an open air
West Indian house by the sea. French/Asian dishes using either the freshest local seafood
or high quality meats imported from the US and France.
Originally constructed in the late l700's, the lovingly restored Warden's Place (one of
Anguilla's oldest buildings) is home to KoalKeel Restaurant; where
cuisine is served in breezy elegance. There's also complimentary after-dinner rum tasting
and a cigar room if you prefer cognac.
Some restaurant reviews sorted by location on Anguilla.
Roy's Bayside Grill:
Roy and Many Bossons (of Roy's Place fame) are now on the beach at Sandy Ground.... and on
Facebook. Sundays are for Roast Beef and don't miss Happy Hour on Friday nights!
Located poolside at the Allamanda Beach Club, in Upper Shoal Bay East. Master Caribbean
chef Shamash is famous on the island for his creative pasta, veal, chicken, steak, and
fish delicacies - especially his Rasta Pasta and Crusted Snapper.
Travel Guides - Caribbean
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