Anguilla Restaurants - Caribbean Experience
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BLANCHARD'S (Mead's Bay)

Run and owned by Vermonters, Bob and Melinda Blanchard, this upscale, airy restaurant is particularly blanchards popular with the demanding guests of nearby Malliouhana. Little wonder, as it's definitely one of the best dining venues in the Caribbean. Melinda is the chef, her contemporary American cuisine featuring such delights as sesame-crusted Mahi Mahi, Jamaican Jerk Chicken and grilled Antiguan lobster brushed with honey-lemon rum glaze. The key lime pie and cracked coconut desserts, not to mention the excellent productions from the wine cellar, contribute to the sublime dining experience.
Reservations essential. Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express. Closed Sundays and August to mid-October.
Phone (+1) (264) 497 6100

TASTY'S (South Hill)

Don't be misled by Tasty's unassuming setting and ambience. Whilst it might be tastys housed in a purpose-built and brightly-coloured building on the main road, the chef/owner, Dale Carty, got his experience at Malliouhana. His delicious Caribbean cuisine is prepared in such a way that his French culinary training is quite evident and items that merit your attention include his lobster salad, fish soup, curried goat and conch salad.
Phone (+1) (264) 497 2737

MANGO'S SEASIDE GRILL (Barnes Bay)

Owned by an American who now goes by the name of 'Mango Dave, this restaurant is very popular with the in-crowd and a great place to watch the sun go down. Casual, but elegant, it is located right on the beach and specialises in lightly grilled American-style fare. The fresh fish is particularly good, as are the desserts such as the sorbets and apple tarts. All the pastries and hot crusty rolls are baked on the premises.
Reservations essential. Credit cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express. Closed Tuesday in low season.   Phone (+1) (264) 497 6479

STRAW HAT (Forest Bay)

Built right over the sea, Straw Hat offers mesmerising water views through its straw hat - anguillapicture windows. Dine here at night and you can even sea the lights of St. Martin and St. Barths twinkling in the distance. Its eclectic cuisine takes its influences from the Mediterranean and Asia, specialities including Red Snapper Seviche, Duck Breast in Mango Ginger or Mussels steamed in Garlic Cream Sauce. Very original.
Phone (+1) (264) 497 8300

KOAL KEEL , Anguilla

Originally constructed in the late 1700s, the lovingly restored Warden's Place is home to the unique Koal keel KoalKeel Restaurant. Here you can take a few steps back in time and enjoy sophisticated Euro-Caribe cuisine in a charming West Indian ambience. Just as they were hundreds of years ago, meats are slow-cooked in an old Rock Oven, the traditional Rock Oven Chicken a particular speciality - give them 24-hours notice. Fresh pastries, tartes, baguettes and mousses are also on offer, the delicious cuisine complemented by 475 different selections of wine from the 15,000 bottle cellar. The vintage Caribbean rums are an added bonus.
Phone (+1) (264) 497 2930



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