A family owned restaurant that opened in 2002, you will feel the love that goes into preparing each and every dish that you order here. Chef Diane got her start working in many kitchens around the island before finally opening this spot, and the result of all of her hard work is some truly fantastic home-style cooking.
Local, home cooking is what you get here, with every meal prepared fresh and to order. Chicken is available stewed, baked, grilled, and fried, and you can also order ribs, hamburgers, or a number of fresh seafood dishes. Sides include rice and peas, steamed vegetables, plantains, a side salad, french fries, and macaroni salad. If you stop by on Friday, you may see ox tail or pork chops on the menu.
Coconose Restaurant specializes in chicken with Caribbean twists. The setting here, as far as the style and level of formality, is very casual. This eatery is open for both dinner and lunch, so why not stop by?
Simple and clean, you'll feel right at home when you dine here. Guests may choose to dine in or carry out.
Coconose Restaurant is found toward the center of Blowing Point.
Guests looking to merge their restaurant visit with some nice sightseeing opportunities may enjoy visiting Old Salt Factory and Pump House, which is situated approximately two miles to the north.
There are a selection of fairly nearby outdoor pursuits and other activities to try if you have some extra time. Vacationers who've only dreamed about playing in such a beautiful location could set up a tee time at the nearest golf club, CuisinArt Resort Golf Course. And what makes a breezy round of golf even better? A nap afterwards at Blowing Point Beach, which is the most nearby beach and is only a short distance away. And happily, these are only some of the beaches, golf courses, and outdoor sports nearby.
If you're trying to find another area restaurant with similar kinds of food or a similar ambiance, there are lots of nearby dining spots to choose between, including Olde Caribe.
Then of course, if you're looking for a change of pace, this section of Anguilla has a long list of food and beverage venues that will suit the tastes of nearly every type of diner. For example, you might also consider trying International fare at, where diners are within sight of the beach.
Prices start at around $(USD) for a hamburger and go up to $12(USD) for the snapper plate. They are closed on Sunday, but open from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. throughout the rest of the week.
Location: Blowing Point, Anguilla
Phone: (264) 497-6434
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