If, on your travels, you know you're going to want some Asian cuisine, don't miss out on a chance to indulge yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, there are a few places in Anguilla offering this type of food.
With choices such as the informal attitude at Hibernia Restaurant and Art Gallery to the restaurants where spirits are just as crucial as the the food on the plate, there's a menu suited for each traveler and every mood.
Use the list below to read more about the limited, though enticing, options for Asian eateries you could be curious about as you're out on the town. For each restaurant, you can click its name to learn more about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.
Sunset Lounge, a part of Viceroy Anguilla, is located near Meads Bay; it's three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) to the west of Blowing Point. Patrons that are in the mood for sushi will especially love stopping here during a trip to West End. Sushi, sashimi, and other Asian classics are on the menu at Sunset Lounge, which also has a wine bar serving wine, aged rums, and Cuban cigars.
Hibernia Restaurant and Art Gallery is found in the vicinity of East End; it's 4.9 miles to the northeast of the Valley. Seafood (of course) and Asian flair are made for each other at this informal dining option. Hibernia Restaurant is small, cozy and classy. The restaurant is airy and open and offers beautiful views of the sea. For a romantic change of pace, Hibernia is the place to be. During the summer of 2014, they completed some beautiful indoor and outdoor re-designing and up-grading of the setting, including a Balinese style water pool feature and enlarged the art gallery to three rooms. The overall experience is meant to be like going to a special place in a special semi-outdoor setting. The art gallery makes for a relaxing time in between courses or before and after dining to browse and enjoy the treasures they bring back from the Far East. The art gallery specializes in contemporary Asian paintings, hand-made silver jewelry, Burmese antiques and miniature to giant stone sculptures that they purchase during our annual Asian travels. If you need a ride, they offer a pick-up service from anywhere on the island at $25(USD) for two people, round trip. This must be reserved in advance.
If seeking variety within the same genre, you'll find commonality between the restaurants above and restaurants like the following:
|Tokyo Bay||(264) 498-2000||Japanese||1.5 mi. West of Central Blowing Point|
|Straw Hat Restaurant||(264) 497-8300||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||0.1 mi. West-Southwest of Central Meads Bay|
|Veya Restaurant and Cafe||(264) 498-8392||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||North Hill Village, Central Anguilla|
|Cha Cha San||(264) 583-1988||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||1.1 mi. Northwest of Central Blowing Point|
Visitors often find that the best culinary offerings in Anguilla are the ones you happen upon while walking the streets near your hotel. However, noting at least a few viable options on a checklist, is recommended no matter the size of your group. To discover more information concerning the dining options waiting for you, check out this page.
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