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Located at the Malliouhana Resort, part of the esteemed Auberge Resorts Collection, “The Restaurant at Malliouhana” has perhaps one of the most breathtaking settings on the island of Anguilla with elegant, cliff-side dining. Located on the beach situated on the western part of the island about 80 feet above Meads Bay operates under the direction of Executive Chef Cupertino Ortiz, and offers a variety of fresh, sea-to-table dishes inspired by Mediterranean cuisine. Its menu incorporates only the freshest possible ingredients that change with the seasons and feature seasonal specialty dishes throughout the year. At dinner, Chef Ortiz opens with a selection of the finest delicacies that you will find on-island. Plates meant for sharing include Osetra caviar, grilled sardines and stone crab claws. For entrees be sure to try the Grilled Rock Lobster or the Braised Short Rib Parppadelle. Healthier fare as well as Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten-Free options are thoughtfully crafted and available year-round on the menu. “The Restaurant at Malliouhana” is a legacy of Caribbean dining and a must-visit when staying on the island of Anguilla.



This island-elegant restaurant, perched in a magical “treehouse” and set within lush tropical gardens overlooking the sea, is a foodie paradise. Its owners, Carrie and Jerry Bogar have poured their heart and soul into every detail of this restaurant, from the ambience to the menu. Veya is a place where chic crowds mingle to sip cool drinks while live music serenades them. Their cuisine, themed around the equatorial “cuisine of the sun,” draws inspiration from culinary traditions of tropical locales around the globe. The Moroccan spiced shrimp “cigars,” are one of their most popular choices, as are the Vietnamese-style crispy calamari. Entrees include grilled jerk-spiced tuna, vanilla-cured duck breast, and local lobster; and for dessert don’t pass on the Coconut Cake with Rum Toffee Sauce. The dining area located on the second-floor veranda welcomes patrons from around the island with cool breezes and beautiful views. The food and service at Veya are upscale and sophisticated but the ambiance the island-casual.


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