"One of the things that surprised me the most about the resort was the food. Everything was made to order, fresh. I fell in love with their baked goods, specifically their banana bread! I could not get enough of it. My most memorable dish was the Antiguan lobster tail I had on my last night there. By far one of the most delicious lobster dishes I have ever had."
Carol Cain / NYCityMama.com
If our guest questionnaires are anything to go by, the food is one of the biggest reasons our loyal guests keep coming back year after year. Imaginative, varied and simply delicious, it has been praised by culinary magazines from Gourmet to Northeast Flavor. And, especially since all meals are included in the room rate, it’s what truly sets our value apart from our competitors.
In addition to breakfast and dinner (served in the Tamarind Tree Restaurant and the Sea Grape) and buffet lunch (in the Sea Grape), we serve afternoon tea on the stone Sugar Mill terrace overlooking the gardens and hors d’oeuvres at cocktail hour in the Sugar Mill Bar.
Shut your eyes, think about romantic dining, and the chances are you picture something like this: a secluded table on the beach just feet from softly lapping waves. A delicious five-course meal served in a circle of candle light. Your own uniformed waiter standing by, attentive yet not intrusive, ready to refresh your flute of Champagne, clear the courses and keep the tiki lights burning. That's exactly what you get when you sign up for Curtain Bluff's "Romantic Dinner," served on our calm Bay Beach (just $98 per person).
For our youngest guests, early dinners are served outside on the Tamarind Terrace at 6:00 PM. Babysitters (arranged for an extra charge) can then look after children back in the room, freeing up parents for leisurely dinners and dancing to our nightly live bands.
Curtain Bluff’s award-winning culinary team is led by our French-born Executive Chef, Christophe Blatz. Prior to working at Curtain Bluff, Christophe trained under such notable chefs as Alain Ducasse and cooked in some of the finest Michelin star-rated kitchens in France, including Les Ambassadeurs Restaurant in the Hotel du Crillon in Paris.
If you have any special dietary needs or dining preferences, simply contact the kitchen staff in the morning.
In the evening, for dinner at our restaurants, gentlemen and boys are required to wear long pants (no jeans), collared shirt and dress shoes. Ladies and young ladies are asked not to wear shorts in the bar and restaurant areas after 7pm.