Bamboo Bar & Grill (Viceroy Anguilla)
Although Coba is the Viceroy Anguilla’s signature restaurant and Bamboo Bar & Grill is conceived of as a casual beachfront restaurant where one might have lunch after a swim, the reality is that Bamboo Bar & Grill has probably the best seafood on the island, and certainly the best single dish: the blackened mahi-mahi with a cinnamon-sweet potato puree, tropical fruit salsa and steamed vegetables. There is also a superb, yet also light and refreshing, snapper “a la plancha” with house cut island chips, sea almond pistou and local farmed greens, which was served in a delicious sauce.
Entirely open air, with a beautiful view of the magnificent white-sand beach of Meads Bay, the restaurant has an expansive, relaxed feel. At night, tiki torches are lit and the cuisine’s Caribbean-accent becomes more pronounced. Over the course of a week at the Viceroy Anguilla, we could not bring ourselves to eat lunch anywhere else.
Vicroy Anguilla Hotel
West End AI-2640
- Darren Connor, Chef
- Al Fresco
- Best Value
RECOMMENDED DISHES See All
- Mahi Fish Tacos – four tortillas, island slaw, chipotle mayo, lime
- Caribbean Mango salad – local farmed greens, avocado, mango tomato, passionfruit vinaigrette with Jerk Prawns
- Snapper “a la plancha” – house cut island chips, sea almond pistou, local farmed greens
- Spiced Mahi Mahi sandwich – pineapple, local lettuce, tomato, curry aioli, toasted ciabatta
- Blackened Mahi-Mahi – cinnamon-sweet potato puree, tropical fruit salsa, steamed vegetables