We know that eating delicious local food is half the experience of traveling, so we made a list of some popular eats throughout Antigua. Keep an eye out for English Harbour Rum which goes great in your many classic cocktails.
Food & Drink
Cecilia’s High Point Cafe
Chef Telma uses local fresh produce, vegetables, eggs, fish & fruit + Swedish ingredients to create delicious lunches and dinners. They are open every day for lunch except Tuesday & Wednesday and serve dinner on Monday and Thursdays.
Located at historic Fort James beach, stop in and enjoy fresh, delicious seafood and cocktails and take in the beautiful view as you sit beachside.
If you are feeling fancy, head over to Le Bistro for some authentic French cuisine located in St John. They offer cuisines such as; Seafood Bisque with Lobster Ragout and Basil Infusion, Homemade Spinach Ravioli Stuffed with Pumpkin In a Creamy Cheese Sauce, and much more. You can check out their full menu.
The Larder is a unique gourmet deli-cafe popular with both locals and visitors in search of great food and service. Renowned as Antigua’s best sushi bar and deli-cafe, the larder also offers upscale takeaway and catering. The bar provides an excellent selection of fresh juices, premium spirits, and fine wines. New features include a ‘Build Your Own Salad’ bar, Gelateria and genuine Napolitano style thin-crust pizza -baked to order in a Woodstone oven.
If you are looking for some Asian fusion or fresh sushi, then Touloulou Bar is a great pick. Their menu has a wide variety of Asian delights, such as Beef Noodle Soup, Tom Yum Soup, Spring Rolls and more. They even have chicken sandwiches, pulled pork, burgers, wraps, and more. Check out their full menu.