Sunday, December 28, 2008

Top 10 Restaurants in the Caribbean

Top 10 Restaurants in the Caribbean

Author: David R HUghes

The Caribbean islands are a chain of islands and a great tourist resort. It would be pretty difficult to try and describe all the best restaurants that are spread over all the islands, as there are so many great places to wine and dine in this part of the world. Because of the different cultural backgrounds of the people that inhibit the Caribbean Islands, there is an exotic variety of food also that is served in the different restaurants in this place.

Starting at Barbados, Fisherpond Great House is run by a husband and wife team, who have restored an old plantation home into one of the finest restaurants in Barbados. There is a lovely buffet lunch that is served every Sunday. This restaurant is rated the very best in serving traditional Barbadian food. The Champers wine bar and restaurant is great place to spend an evening in, relaxing over drinks and enjoying food from an extensive menu list. The food is made from delicious fresh products and is pleasing to the palette. The portions are also quite extensive.

In the Cayman Islands, the top restaurants to dine in would be Hemingway's, which is located in the heart of Seven Mile Beach, and serves some of the best seafood that one could yearn for. Brassiere continues to be one of the top rated restaurants in the Cayman Islands and they have a passion for food. Imagine dining on a seven spice breast of duck with pineapple glaze. Ristorante Pappagallo is ideally suited for those who want to taste some of the best Italian food served with a Caribbean flare, and is located on the shore of a bird sanctuary.

In Anguilla, the Blanchard's is definitely the best restaurant to dine in. Although the atmosphere maybe casual, the food is not - and there is a wide choice, from Californian to Asian food, on the menu. In Antigua, the Pavilion is the place to dine at. Located on the edge of a cricket field the restaurant resembles a 19th century plantation house. The wine cellar is well stocked and the menu choices delectable.

On Paradise Island, the café Martinique name will sound familiar to James Bond fans as it is from the famous Thunderball novel. The restaurant has a classic 30s look and air, and the menu is unmistakably French. In Jamaica the top restaurant to visit would be the Dining Room and Round Hill Restaurant, located at the posh Round Hill Hotel and Villas. The classy bar has been designed by Ralph Lauren and dinner is served on an open deck. In case of rain, dinner is served in the Georgian hall. Traditional Jamaican food along with an international cuisine is served here. In New Providence Island the top dining place is the Dune. Breakfast and lunch are casual, but they pull out all stops at dinner. The interior is definitely sophisticated and the menu very creative. In St. Lucia the place to dine in is the Dasheene. With live music and freshly grown organic produce, and steak influenced by the Caribbean, it is worth trying. In Tortola, Brandywine is the place to spend a lovely evening wining and dining, which would be unforgettable.

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