If you've got a hankering for Asian food, you might have an opportunity to treat yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a couple of restaurants in Anguilla serving this kind of food.
From the informal setting of Hibernia Restaurant and Art Gallery to the dives whose chefs' specials are worth snapping pictures of, there's something special waiting for each guest and even for that special night you're planning.
Below, you can get more details about the few choices for Asian restaurants you'll encounter during your vacation. Click each option to read the full article about its ambiance, specialties, and nearby things to do.
Sunset Lounge, a part of Viceroy Anguilla, is found in the general vicinity of Meads Bay; it is three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers) to the west of Blowing Point. Head on over to West End when you have a strong hankering for sushi. <p>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.</p>
Stone, part of Zemi Beach House Resort & Spa, is located in Shoal Bay East, a neighborhood in Anguilla; three miles (four and a half kilometers) to the north-northeast of the Valley. If you have a desire to pair Asian food with Caribbean flair, this eatery is serving both. <p>Some of the house specialties offered by Stone are the whole red snapper, which comes with steamed or Thai fried, jasmine rice, Thai Chile and steamed Asian vegetables. They also offer Chinese roasted pork, which comes with Hoisin chili barbecue, bok choy and jasmine rice.</p>
Located in Island Harbour, near East End, Hibernia Restaurant and Art Gallery is a smart choice for guests thinking about staying near this neighborhood. It is 4.9 miles northeast of the Valley. Seafood and Asian flavors are made for each other at this well-liked eatery. <p>The meat is of the highest quality and imported and the seafood freshly caught off the island waters. The 250 item long wine list is superb and reflects the owner's extensive traveling in order to find these special selections. The owners continue to travel throughout Southeast Asia annually for culinary inspiration for the eclectic French and Asian menu.</p> <p>Although Raoul, the chef and owner prides himself on constantly evolving and making new culinary creations, the following three items remain permanently on the menu; home-made freshly smoked Caribbean fish selection as a starter, basil and coconut milk Thai casserole with Anguillan crayfish as a main course and home ice cream selections for desert.</p>
If your preferences are flexible, you will find similar ingredients and influences at establishments like the following:
|Cha Cha San||(264) 583-1988||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||1.1 mi. Northwest of Central Blowing Point|
|Veya Restaurant and Cafe||(264) 498-8392||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||North Hill Village, Central Anguilla|
|Straw Hat Restaurant||(264) 497-8300||Pan Asian / Pacific Rim||0.1 mi. West-Southwest of Central Meads Bay|
|Tokyo Bay||(264) 498-2000||Japanese||1.5 mi. West of Central Blowing Point|
Some of the most memorable kitchens, cafes, and dining rooms in Anguilla are those you find unexpectedly while walking around during the day. That being said, it doesn't hurt to have a few favorites on the itinerary. To learn much more concerning the kinds of food available to you, check out this page.
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