Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies

With fresh ingredients, amazing spices, and far-flung influences, these islands serve up some of the world’s most tantalizing cuisine.

Anguilla

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From beachfront barbecue joints to chic hotel eateries, the tiny British island of Anguilla personifies the transformation of the Caribbean from culinary backwater to gastronomic paradise. With four gourmet restaurants, professional cooking classes, fine wine and rum tastings, and hydroponic herb garden tours, the island’s CuisinArt resort is dedicated to bringing your taste buds alive. Many of the best local restaurants specialize in barbecue that could give the pits of Memphis or Kansas City a run for their money.

Local Favorites: Tokyo Bay at the CuisinArt resort and Smokey’s at the Cove.

Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies

Anguilla

From beachfront barbecue joints to chic hotel eateries, the tiny British island of Anguilla personifies the transformation of the Caribbean from culinary backwater to gastronomic paradise. With four gourmet restaurants, professional cooking classes, fine wine and rum tastings, and hydroponic herb garden tours, the island’s CuisinArt resort is dedicated to bringing your taste buds alive. Many of the best local restaurants specialize in barbecue that could give the pits of Memphis or Kansas City a run for their money.

Local Favorites: Tokyo Bay at the CuisinArt resort and Smokey’s at the Cove.

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