Pimms (Cap Juluca)
Before the arrival of the Viceroy Anguilla in 2009, Cap Juluca was the undisputed king of Anguilla’s resorts. In contrast to the modern design and grandness of the Viceroy, Cap Juluca has an understated, old money style. There is no restaurant in Anguilla that more embodies class and romance than Pimms, which is built right onto the turquoise water with sweeping views of Maunday’s Bay and the Moorish villas of Cap Juluca that dot the surrounding crescent of white powder sand.
The upscale cuisine is European-Caribbean fusion, and is expertly prepared. Begin with the signature Anguillan lobster bisque drizzled with spiced cognac and the king crab duo, spicy broiled king crab served with a cromesquis and a mango-papaya salad. One of the great charms of Anguilla is its relatively undiscovered, undeveloped seclusion – and the serenity that results from it. This chic oasis is perhaps the island’s best place to experience its irenic isolation in style.
- Al Fresco
- Best View
- Private Dining Room
RECOMMENDED DISHES See All
- Anguillan Lobster Bisque - Drizzled with spiced cognac
- King Crab Duo - Spicy broiled King Crab served with a cromesquis and a mango-papaya salad
- Sweet Corn Velouté - Garnished with grilled corn and accented with Jalapeño chili pepper oil
- Jerk Mahi Mahi - Served with marinated conch and artichoke, watercress foamComplemented with Riesling “beurre blanc”
- Lamb Trio - Double lamb chop, lamb tenderloin and braised lamb shoulder ravioli. Served with yukon-garlic puree and a reduction of braised jus
- Black Angus Beef Tenderloin - Served with roasted Cipollini onions, garlic chard and horseradish mash, Buttermilk onion ring and finished with a Pinot Noir reduction