Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in The Valley. The Valley is the capital of the British territory of Anguilla, and part of the Antilles Islands. A favorite vacation spot of water lovers, Anguilla is a popular destination for wreck diving, snorkeling, or parasailing. The historic district of The Valley is full of old-style wood houses, including the Wallblake House, one of the only surviving plantation houses in the Caribbean. The ruins of the Old Prison are at the highest point in Anguilla, and provide stunning views of the bright blue sea.
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4 based on 19 reviews
Fodors - Inventive, sophisticated, and downright delicious, Carrie Bogar's "Cuisine of the Sun" features thoughtful but ingenious preparations of first-rate provisions. Ample portions are sharable works of art-sample Moroccan-spiced shrimp "cigars" with r
We had the pleasure of seeing Omari perform in the Meze lounge. It was such a nice setting, great drink and appetizers and beautiful music by a very talented musician. Loved it.
3 based on 17 reviews
I am very confused by the negative reviews here. We eat at this lovely restaurant at least once or twice every time we visit Anguilla, and have for all our years of enjoying Anguilla. The pizza here is delicious, I adore the Asian shrimp wrap, and their salads (fresh produce from their hydroponic gardens) can't be beat anywhere. By Anguillian standards their prices are very reasonable. Definitly worth eating here.
4 based on 362 reviews
My wife and I had dinner at Trattoria Tramonto during a recent visit to Anguilla. This was our first time there, though we considered eating there during previous visits. I'm glad we finally made it, because we really impressed with the food and service.The restaurant is a bit hard to find in the dark. Take the main road all the way to the west end, where the public road ends and a private road begins (there's a sign for the restaurant there). Proceed down the private road and you'll see the restaurant. The restaurant is close to Cove Castles, which has been closed for many years now.I had made a reservation (via e-mail). When we arrived, they had us down for 4 people instead of 2, but they quickly rearranged the tables so our new table for 2 had a better view than the original table for 4 (we didn't ask to be moved). That was our first clue that the service was going to be really good. The decor inside the restaurant was very attractive, with high ceilings, and everything was open (but covered).We decided to skip starters and save room for dessert instead. For dinner, my wife had the lobster ravioli and I had the "Homemade Tagliatelle alla Bolognese della Nonna," both of which were very good and high quality. We had a bottle of the house red wine (a chianti) with dinner, which was good. For dessert, my wife had the molten chocolate cake and I had the tiramisu, both very good. I also had a glass of calvados after dinner. Service was excellent throughout the meal.I wished we had tried Trattoria Tramonto sooner. It's definitely on our short list for future trips to Anguilla!
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