Top 10 Falmouth, Antigua foods
Falmouth is a coastal port town located in Saint Paul Parish on the island of Antigua, in Antigua and Barbuda.
1. SUN RA
4 based on 218 reviews
Sun Ra is one of those places in life where once you go, you wonder why you didn’t try it before. From the road side the exterior is an unassuming Caribbean wooden house set in a pretty garden lit up by dancing lights in the trees. You head through the wo
Reviewed By bsmedmedphd - Pennsylvania
Hubby and I ate here when we visited Antigua in March and found it to be casual, relaxed, and enjoyable. The food was good, the views were lovely, the service was friendly, and the breeze was refreshing. Hubby said the Mahi Mahi entrée was delicious and he highly recommends it! The prices were on par with similar restaurants. I hope you enjoy the photos I posted. *Thank you for reading my review! If it was helpful to you, please click the “thumbs-up” below. : )
2. Island Fusion
5 based on 124 reviews
Reviewed By gpsrealestate - White Plains, New York
Couples, family, it's perfect for all!
Silly to choose who this one is good for, it's everything anyone would dream of when dining Caribbean style. Takented chef/owner Sandra cooks up delicious genuine island recipes handed down to her from family. The view is spectacular and the service equally wonderful. Her English breakfast is to die for. Should a sqaull come through, dive inside and enjoy her lending library, abundant cocktail choices and delicious desserts. All served with laughter and happy smiles all around.. Not to be missed but as Island fusion is tucked away behind the dive school and national sailing academy it's easy to do so. Drive into the National academy and enjoy off road parking look for the bright blue and white building down on the water, then relax and be pampered. Enjoy!
4 based on 478 reviews
Enjoy lunch and dinner in gorgeous surrounding of the harbour with only the freshest food available .... Cloggys is becoming the place to hang out.. Meet friends and enjoy a chilled drink any time of the day
Reviewed By lovesthesun-7 - Stittsville, Ontario
Good Dinner and Nice Spot for Afternoon Drinks
On a one week trip to Antigua last month, my husband and I spent a very enjoyable couple of hours one afternoon enjoying excellent rum sours overlooking the harbour. We went back for dinner a couple of days later and had a good meal (burgers and salad) again overlooking the harbour. Service is friendly and attentive, portions are very large, and the rum sours - excellent! Worth a stop.
4. Papa's By The Sea
4 based on 156 reviews
Reviewed By bsmedmedphd - Pennsylvania
Curry & Reggae Night
Hubby and I ate here when we visited Antigua in March and saw a hand painted roadside advertising a Curry & Reggae Night and decided to go. We thought it was a local thing, not an upscale restaurant, until we arrived. They had a great reggae band! They had curry and non-curry options to choose from. The prices were in par with other upscale restaurants and the service was friendly. It was casual, relaxed, and very enjoyable. The lobster bisque was amazing and our favorite part of the meal. I hope you enjoy the photos I posted. *Thank you for reading my review! If it was helpful to you, please click the “thumbs-up” below. : )
5. Incanto Restaurant & Lounge Bar
4 based on 177 reviews
Restaurant and lounger bar in one of the most beautiful Antiguan's harbours. It develop on a wooden dock dividing in 2 different areas, restaurant with 45 seats lunch and dinner, lounge bar area with large sofa, big cushions where you can chill on sea sid
Reviewed By BeverleyDS
A wonderful experience
My husband and I are sailing the Caribbean and were anchored in English Harbour. On our last day there, we decided to have lunch at Incanto. It's a beautiful restaurant on the water, a short dinghy ride from where we where anchored. We chose from the board listing the specials that day, and every one was delicious. We wanted to return for dinner but we had to have everything put away before dark because we were leaving very early the next day. Rosella and Andrea, the owners, found out why we could not return and they offered to bring dinner to us that evening! At 7:30 that evening they arrived in a small boat to deliver two tasting menus with wine. They even tucked in a complimentary prosecco!!!!! My husband and I enjoyed a romantic and delicious, multi-course meal, perfectly prepared, in our cockpit. What a treat and definitely a highlight of our Caribbean sailing trip. Rosella and Andrea are among the most gracious hosts we have ever had the pleasure of meeting. We will definitely be back on our return trip home to Florida.Awwww thank youuuuuu :))) !!!One of the nicest review and most beautiful words received. You and your husband are lovely people and we really hope to see you again soon. We are glad that you enjoyed our food despite the delivery.Have a lovely trip and good wind !Big hug from Incanto.
6. Abracadabra Restaurant and Disco-Bar
4 based on 288 reviews
Since 1985 Abracadabra is a very trendy restaurant, a milestone among residents, visitors and the international yachting world as it offers really everything: their traditional Italian cuisine includes finger licking home-made pasta, freshest seafood, AAA
Reviewed By KatherineW451 - Las Salinas
Lovely spot, thought out menu and charming service. It was a quiet evening and we weren’t terribly hungry but nonetheless weren’t made to feel guilty for just having a sharing platter and a bottle of wine. Rest of menu looks impressive and I’ll be back to sample.
7. Le Cap Horn French Restaurant & Pizzeria
4 based on 158 reviews
Reviewed By godfatherMallorca - Deia, Spain
Unprepossessing from the outside, but lovely staff, charming Peruvian owner, and faultless food. Happy to go again.
8. Catherines Cafe
4 based on 809 reviews
Reviewed By Kashabeau - London, United Kingdom
Have visited regularly over the last few years.Tried twice this vacation in the hope that the first was a blip but the food has lost the edge it used to have and does not always match the menu description.... so expectations lose their shine and the reality is disappointing.Once we went because the food was outstanding but would really only venture there now on a Saturday lunchtime when they have the amazing local Asher Otto there at their lovely beach location.Hi there, Thanks for taking the time to review us. We are truly sorry that we haven’t lived up to expectations on both of your recent visits. We take on board all feedback, good and bad, and I would love to be able to discuss this with you personally, the next time that you join us. We are however glad that you enjoy joining us on Saturdays when Asher Otto and the Itchy feet band play live for an afternoon of dancing in the sand. We look forward to seeing you next time! With very best wishes, Kate
9. Flatties Flame grill
4 based on 174 reviews
Reviewed By KatherineW451 - Las Salinas
Great spot for a quick dinner, half chicken and chips a fave for sure. Bright service and enormous portions!
4 based on 252 reviews
It is hard to beat the elevated harbourside position of The Boom at Gunpowder House - a remodeled 18th century Gunpowder store - for a scenic dining venue. The outdoor covered dining terrace and bar are adjacent to an infinity-edged pool overlooking spect
Reviewed By theworldisastage - London, United Kingdom
They really need to get more staff and more organised. And use some different salad bases.
Lovely location but it always feels disorganised and struggling to keep up as soon as it gets a little busy. I’ve never enjoyed listening to a harassed looking restaurant manager telling everyone who will listen how she is so busy and can’t help you right now.The food is okay, but less imaginative on the plate than on the menu - at around US$25 a dish you would not expect to see so many based on the same pile of boring bagged salad mix, especially for both starter and main.Eat over the water in the hotel, the service is so much better.