Find out what Chinese restaurants to try in St. John's. In St. John's, the capital city of Antigua, farmers markets, candy- colored architecture and the ruins of sugar plantations vie for attention with a kaleidoscope of coral reefs and sailing adventures. Salute the white baroque towers of St. John's Cathedral that dominate the skyline before joining the flocks of cruise passengers on a Heritage Quay shopping excursion. To experience the island's early cultures, visit the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, housed in a 1750s colonial courthouse.
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Authentic Indian Cuisine prepared with original Spices imported from India and Chefs from India. experience the real taste of India. our offerings from Tandoori to curry verities and Basmati Rice.
Had lunch on the balcony overlooking Redcliff Quay. Tried the curry chicken and Tikka masala and an order of samosa. Generous portions with just the right amount of spices at a good price.
Come and get the authentic Chinese food on Friars Hill road.
This newly opened restaurant still has a few "breaking in" issues. The wait staff is very inexperienced and inattentive even when we were the only patrons there. Each simple menu item (i.e. Chicken, Pork etc.) was priced at $45-50 EC which is about $17 US. The serving size was very small. To put it into perspective a normal serving would take 2.5 dishes per person. The food quality was average and restricted to Cantonese style.
4 based on 19 reviews
We love this restaurant! Price still decent even if is not the cheapest place to go... Food is really yummy and they do everything at the moment, so go with enough time to enjoy... They always ask how spicy you want your food wich is amazing because other way many people could not enjoy indian food.Very easy to park since is in a walking mall!!! Do not accept card but there is an ATM in the mall...Love it!Thank you for the review!!
Sometimes slow can be good if its food simmering. In this case you might be the one simmmering waiting for your food. While it is good it's really Slowwww.If you are in a hurry this is the wrong place to go. The food when it does arrive is not too bad. The location is not exactly the best. They have an airconditioned dining room so if it's hot this is a good place. Take your time have a drink and watch some fuzzy TV.They have inexpensive value meals but other wise the price is average.Ask for authentic style or Chinese style not Antiguan style. You might need to add some hot sauce. Try asking for the Chinese hot oil to kick your food up a notch.
4 based on 14 reviews
We serve halal meat
Raju serves great Indian food and is very friendly. we walked all around town trying to choose where to eat between the over priced cruise-tourist places and the cheaper places where we had been disappointed or which were inexplicably closed. this was the solution! reasonable prices and good quality dishes with a more complex and subtle flavour than local roti etc. the rice was a decent portion size too. some Indian people visiting Antigua chose to eat here and enjoyed it.Raju is multi lingual and plans to rename the resto The New Taste of India
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