Open-walled in the traditional plantation style, our main restaurant looks out over a terrace canopied by the spreading limbs of a majestic tamarind tree.
At breakfast, the restaurant is shaded from the bright morning sun and cooled by a breeze from the sea, just visible through the palms. The menu includes favorites like banana pancakes, French toast, and Eggs Benedict, plus traditional island dishes, fresh juices, and fruit. All breads, croissants, and pastries are freshly baked by our accomplished pastry chef.
At dinner the tables are flecked with candlelight and the terrace sparkles with decorative lights. Changing every night, the five-course menu always includes salads, locally caught fish, outstanding meats, healthy options and so many desserts they have their own menu.
Each evening there is a different band and, as diners filter out of the restaurant to sit at the terrace tables, the tempo builds and couples dance in the moonlight.
Dress Code: days are casual, and at dinner, gentlemen wear slacks(no Jeans) and a collared shirt with dress shoes, ladies, denim shorts are not permitted.
“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