If you're a big fan of Pan Asian / Pacific Rim food, don't miss out on an opportunity to indulge yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a couple of places in Anguilla where you can try some.
With many options, from the informal backdrop at Straw Hat Restaurant to the simple cafes where cocktails are every bit as important as the fare, it really is possible to find the dish with all the right flavors.
The list below allows you to read up on the limited, though enticing, options for Pan Asian / Pacific Rim eateries you'll run across during your getaway. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to view the full article about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.
Situated 2.0 miles north-northeast of Blowing Point, Veya Restaurant and Cafe is a logical choice for guests who are going to spend time visiting this part of Anguilla. From the restaurant, Sandy Ground Village is three quarters of a mile (one and an eighth kilometers) to the west. Fresh fish from Anguilla's coasts and Pan Asian / Pacific Rim cuisine are a great pair at this favorite eatery. With soft lighting and mood music, this is a small upscale restaurant with a very high class feel. They serve dinner outdoor on a wraparound veranda.
Straw Hat Restaurant, which is on the premises of Frangipani Beach Resort, can be found near the middle of Meads Bay, in Anguilla; three miles (five kilometers) to the west of Blowing Point. Happily identified by tourists as an informal type of restaurant, it's convenient, plus great for quicker, quality meals. Straw Hat serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and boasts an extensive wine list.
Cha Cha San is a viable option worth considering if you're thinking about going to this side of the island. It's 1.1 miles northwest of Blowing Point. When your family is banking on finding great Pan Asian / Pacific Rim cooking that's far from prim and proper, this breezy restaurant fits the bill. It doesn't get any fresher than this restaurant, where the executive chef can often be spotted on the harbor in the morning pulling in lobster and fish for the night's dishes. The food is cooked to order by Chef Owner Ken Lin and the Cha Cha San team. Chef Ken has created a banquet of piquant and delicious choices that encompass Thai, Sichuan Chinese, Japanese and Taiwanese flavors. Main dishes are served with jasmine rice and can be enjoyed as a complete meal, or for greater enjoyment, order a selection and share. It is important to note that Asian food can be spicy. They are happy to adjust the heat according to your taste, just let your server know if you have any preferences or food allergies. Small Dishes Cha Cha San’s tempting small dishes are perfect to enjoy as a snack with your cocktail, as a starter or as a main course. You can also share a selection of their small dishes and sushi rolls as a way to explore the five pillars of Asian cuisine: sweet, sour, bitter, salty and umami, which can be translated as "pleasant” or “delicious.” Sushi Rolls Their fresh and fabulous Sushi Rolls are handmade to order and combine the highest-grade sushi rice with local & imported fish and veggies. Japanese trained Sushi Chef Ken has created a unique, fresh and healthy selection of rolls for your enjoyment.
If you're willing to step just outside the box, there are other categories to tackle, including restaurants below:
|Tokyo Bay||(264) 498-2000||Japanese||1.5 mi. West of Central Blowing Point|
|Sunset Lounge||(264) 497-7000||Asian||0.6 mi. West of Central Meads Bay|
|Hibernia Restaurant and Art Gallery||(264) 497-4290||Asian||1.8 mi. North of Central East End|
Sometimes, the most satisfying places to grab a bite in Anguilla are those that you run into while walking the streets near your hotel. However, writing down the names of a few delicious-sounding restaurants on your schedule, means you won't have to settle for something less. To discover more concerning the dining options available to you, check out this page.
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