Our top 5 “Must Visit” Restaurants in Anguilla
Anguilla is renowned for the superb cuisine that is found all over the island. Aside from great casual lunch menus, Restaurants In Anguilla also boast some great beach locations we feel you just cant pass up.
We present “OUR” top 5 Must Visit Restaurants In Anguilla.
Veya is in North Hill Village with very proximity to Sandy Ground. The menu offers an eclectic mix of succulent top restaurant entrees with some of the best island sides and garnishes. From fresh fish to fine steaks, Veya has it all. If you are feeling very indulgent go for the Veya Chef’s Tasting Menu. Veya has a wonderful ambience with fitting live music and a very extensive wine menu.
Located in Crocus Bay, no Anguilla culinary list is complete without Da’Vida’s. Da’Vida’s offers an open-air dining patio with great views of the ocean and the rolling Anguilla’n Hills. The food is a fresh mix of classics and island influenced dishes. The drinks are superb and it is great for a light meal or a romantic dinner. The menu is extensive and includes a Tapas menu, kid’s menu, dinner menu, dessert menu and the much-loved bayside menu.
If lunch needs to be a fine dining experience for you, then it is well worth checking out Straw Hat. Straw Hat is located on Mead’s Bay Beach. Enjoy delectable food and super smoothies with your feet in the picturesque white beach sand. Enjoy the live music and the delectable Caribbean influenced fresh seafood on the dinner menu or stop by for a delectable sandwich for lunch. Straw Hat may be you daily lunch spot whilst you are here on the island.
Mango’s Seaside Grill
Soft candle light and a gentle sea breeze sets the scene for Mango restaurant in Anguilla’s West End Village. The ambience is laid back and friendly but the food is of the highest order. The menu is a delightful mix of island themed dishes and general favorites. Booking for dinner is well advised, as Mango tends to book up quick. Customers also love the friendly service from the staff and the owners, David and Kim.
For more than 20 years, Blanchard’s restaurant has been a tropical paradise dining setting. Candle lit dinners to the sounds of rustling palm trees and the waves lapping the sea shore create a magical ambience. Blanchard’s has the menu to match that ambience too. The menu is a creative and sophisticated mix of Caribbean cuisine with influences of Asian, American and Mediterranean fine dining.
If you want something more low key, then maybe the Beach Shack at Blanchards is more your style.
We would love to hear from you what your thoughts are on our top 5 list? Did we get it right or did we miss “your” favorite spot. Perhaps it will make it onto our next list we compile. Either way let us know. Thanks for stopping by. Sunny Regards.