Dinning Area at Jacala, Anguilla, Caribbean


Opened in January 2010 by Jacques Borderon and Alain Laurent (former food and beverage directors of the Malliouhana), Jacala has become one of Anguilla’s hottest tables. Located on the eastern end of Meads Bay (near Blanchard’s) the restaurant is set in an open-air pavilion with Moroccan-inspired decor and is just steps from the sand. The cuisine has been dubbed “intuitive” by the owners, a lofty term for French with a slight island influence (the conch ceviche and steak tartar are a must). The scene is casual, a mix of savvy tourists and locals, and with only a few tables the restaurant books nearly a month in advance during high season so reservations are necessary.

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Mango’s Seaside Grill

Al fresco dining emphasizing fresh fish is offered at this casual beachside spot. Although the food is expensive given the quality (decent, but nothing special), it's tough to top the views or the location.

Interiors at Pimms,  Anguilla, Caribbean


The more formal of Cap Juluca’s restaurants is Pimms, but even here the resort preserves its relaxed island vibe with unpretentious food and a friendly, knowledgeable service. The dining room sits on a coral outcropping from which diners can watch fish swim by (toss a few breadcrumbs in to gather a school), and the views of the bay and beach are beautiful. If having dinner here after dark, show up early watch the sun set behind the resort as the villa lights twinkle to life. On the menu, the best dishes come from the sea, with excellent choices like cumin-crusted swordfish and spiced crab and lobster spring rolls. To prevent a long wait for dessert, order one of the delicious soufflés at the beginning of the meal – the orange-Grand Marnier comes highly recommended. Although the best tables are the ones closest to the water, the most private is the wine room, where diners sit amongst the restaurant’s extensive wine collection. Keep in mind that although this room has glass windows to preserve the sea view, you will be looking at it over the heads of the other guests.

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Dinning Area at Veya, Anguilla, Caribbean


With an Asian-meets-West-Indian vibe and menu, Veya is an excellent casual option on Anguilla.

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