The Best Resort Dining in Anguilla

The dining and liming options at Anguilla’s large luxury properties just get better and better, giving non-residents more and more reasons to “take a pass,” as we say in Anguilla.

Check out the new restaurant Salt. at the Four Seasons Resort featuring “elevated” local seafood dishes like Conch and Snapper Ceviche with Jalapeno and Lime, Leche de Tigre and Yucca Chips as well as other locally inspired dishes like “Pure Anguilla,” Goat Rillette with Johnny Cakes, combined with the stunning oceanfront setting. The curated local salt experience is a unique and tasty. The hottest new restaurant for the season.

Salt.
Salt.

The beautiful Sunset Lounge is definitely one of Anguilla’s top dining and liming spots and probably the most photographed bar in Anguilla! This year expect live music or entertainment every night – from the sultry sounds of Shea Shea, dance-til-you-drop mixes from DJ Sugar and star turns from the incomparable Omalie 360, whose Friday night gig is an island institution.

Sunset Lounge
Sunset Lounge
Omalie 360
Omalie 360

Omali also plays at a beach BBQ every Sunday at Meads Bay’s casual beach grill, Bamboo. For peace and a perfect view, check out the resort’s hidden gem of a beach bar, Half Shell. Precious.

Bamboo
Bamboo

At beautiful Belmond Cap Juluca guests are offered “the best of all worlds.” You can choose from four distinct dining concepts – a taste of Venice at Cips, Caribbean, Peruvian, and “elevated rustic” at the cute Cap Shack, a posh take on a beach bar. They also do a fabulous weekly barbeque on Thursdays with the energetic performer, Boss.


If you’re planning a visit to Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa – LXR Hotels & Resorts (which you should – this is an exceptionally pretty property), don’t miss the refined and elegant Rhum Room featuring more than 100 small batch, single-estate rums and a small bite menu to line your tummy.

The Zemi Beach Club bar is a stylish and relaxing spot to enjoy inventive cocktails against the backdrop of crystal-clear turquoise waters and towering palm trees.

20 Knots is a charming 3-meal-a-day beach restaurant where you can enjoy a fabulous breakfast buffet or delicious fish tacos at lunch time with your toes in the sand. Look out for the Wednesday Caribbean BBQ night with lobster and entertainment – well priced and highly recommended.

At the fine dining, climate-controlled restaurant Stone, expect exceptional cuisine anchored in Anguilla’s rich culinary traditions.


Explore the culinary world at CuisinArt with seven delectable options under the direction of new Executive Chef Juan Bochenski. With so much to choose from, we figure you need some insider intel!

At CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa, we love the views of St Martin and the juicy burgers at the stylish Beach Grill by day, and drinks at friendly Kazbar, followed by Sashimi at Tokyo Bay at night.

At The Reef, linger over a stylish lunch with the friendly team at Breezes, and in the evening head for the lobby bar and take in panoramic views of the sea whilst enjoying an excellent margarita before popping downstairs for some fine dining at The Yacht Club.

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