Restaurants in Anguilla
For West Indian dishes like Creole conch stew with fried plantains or goat curry. Chef Vernon Hughes cooks on the same spot where his mother presided over her stone furnace.
At Tasty's Restaurant, a pastel roadhouse run by Malliouhana-trained Anguillan chef Dale Carty, conch salad and coconut-crusted parrotfish with spicy banana rum sauce are among the standouts.
On weekends, chicken barbecue, complete with Carib lagers and live music near the surf, is the main attraction.
Unfussy roadside barbecue shacks are where you’ll find the most memorable (and affordable) meals. This one's specialty is sliced roasted pork, rubbed in lemon and lime.
Famous for its grilled Anguillan crayfish drizzled with ginger vinaigrette.
Its simple, fresh, and wildly flavorful fare (the Caribbean sampler is best—crisp coconut lime mahi mahi, roasted Anguilla lobster and spicy jerk chicken with grilled cinnamon-rum bananas) and famous owners' hands-on approach (Bob and Melinda Blanchard, best-selling authors, are always milling ab
Don't leave Anguilla without an evening in this limestone cottage built in the 18th century by Dutch sugarcane planters. Chef Gwendolyn Smith’s menu includes crayfish ravioli, pigeon-pea soup, lamb medallions with pumpkin gratin, and—for a sweet finale—the rum truffle tower.