1430 South Hill
Get a taste of traditional Anguillian food with Chef Dale Carty’s delicious menu. A favorite among locals and tourists alike, Tasty’s serves up spicy banana rum sauce, goat stew and some of the freshest fish on the island.
Bob and Melinda Blanchard have created one of the most magical places to eat in all of the Caribbean. Not only does the dining room literally have a palm tree growing through the roof, but the lush gardens on all sides of the restaurant are beautifully complemented by the ocean, just a few steps away. The only thing better than the scenery perhaps, is the food itself. Fusing Caribbean, Mediterranean Asian and American cuisine, Blanchards is a must when visiting the island.
Palm Grove Bar & Grill
Junks Hole, Savannah Bay
Although more casual—and secluded—than other restaurants, the food at Palm Grove Bar & Grill is still high end. Owner Nat Richardson watches over the fresh seafood and grilled ribs while customers not only eat their way to happiness, but also take a dip in the nearby water why they wait.
Housed in one of Anguilla’s oldest buildings, KoalKeel restaurant creates authentic local Anguillian cuisine with Asian flavors. Sip on their Island Pea Soup with pigeon peas and homemade dumplings or taste their succulent Tandoori rack of lamb. KoalKeel also has traditional Anguillian dishes: the crayfish ravioli and fresh snapper are some of the best dishes on the menu. On Friday and Saturday night, the open air dining room is not only filled with sumptuous smells but also live music.
Scilly Cay Restaurant
Scilly Cay is more than just a restaurant; it’s a private island just off the coast of Island Harbor, Anguilla. Lay out on the beautiful stretch of white sand beach while the best lobster around cooks for you in the kitchen. Available for lunch only, this seafood restaurant should be at the top of your to-do list.
Chef Raoul Rodriquez was voted chef of the year in 1997… and after tasting the menu at Hibernia, we understand why. This fantastic French/Asia/Anguillian restaurant lives in a former West Indian cottage where the relaxed décor compliments the food. The extensive wine list goes well with Caribbean fish filet and roasted lobster tail.
This Anguilla favorite has a wonderful wrap around terrace and a knowledgeable staff that's honest about what's best on the menu that night.
American cuisine a few steps from the edge of the sea, on the northwestern part of the island. The fresh fish, meat, and produce are grilled with a minimum of added fats or calories. All the breads and desserts, including ice cream and sorbet, are made fresh daily on the premises.