Chef Ken’s NEW “Little Thai” Menu

Chef Ken, owner and chef of Cha Cha San, has been hard at working preparing a brand new menu, one inspired by Thai cuisine. He calls it, “Little Thai!”

What’s on the menu?

Steamed spicy dumplings

thai spicing dumplings at cha cha san

Pad Thai noodles, chicken & shrimp

Thai basil chicken

Green curry shrimps

spicy green shrimp at cha cha san

Spicy lemon fish
Tom yum soup

To make a reservation, call: 264-583-1988

Malliouhana’s Summer Prix-Fixe

The Restaurant at Malliouhana is offering a tremendous off-season special this summer… a $59 prix fixe menu, including three courses and a fine selection of wines by Sommelier, Mr. Albert Lake.

At $59, the value gets even better…

Locals and Anguilla Card Holders get a 15% discount on the prix fixe menu!

What’s on the prix fixe? Take a look below…

malliouhana prix fixe menu summer 2015



Blissful Afternoons Bayside at da’Vida

With 33 beaches and some of the best dining in the Caribbean, the choices are many when it comes to Anguillian lunch spots that exude tranquility wrapped in blue.

One of the very best and most popular? da’Vida’s Bayside Grill on Crocus Bay.

kayak on crocus bay at davida restaurant

Build up an appetite by kayaking on the bay’s calm waters and snorkeling the still seas, or simply soak up the day’s rays from the restaurant’s complimentary (and luxurious!) lounge chaises.

It’s funny how doing nothing at all goes hand in hand with mouthwatering drinks and eats! 😉

Frozen cocktails of all kinds…

a colorful frozen cocktail at davida bayside grill


frozen delight at davida
Decadent, fresh eats of crayfish…

crayfish lunch at davida on crocus bay


bbq steak at davida for lunch

… in addition to a wide variety of salads, sandwiches and pizzas, and, of course, sweet dishes, too, are all on the menu…

sweet endings at davida

It sure is hard to beat a day bayside at da’Vida!

da’Vida’s Bayside Grill is open daily.

Tastes of Tokyo Bay With New Chef Joe Richardson

CuisinArt’s Tokyo Bay recently welcomed their new sushi chef, Joe Richardson.

Formerly of Sushi Samba and BarMASA in Las Vegas, we were eager to see what Chef Joe had in store and started off the weekend with a visit to “Mom’s favorite,” Tokyo Bay.

The evening began with spicy, wok-tossed, warm edamame beans, topped with garlic flakes and a bottle of hot sake.

tokyo bay edamame beans

The combination sure heats up your palate!

warm sake at tokyo bay

You will still find Tokyo Bay’s very best dishes on the menu, including the rock shrimp tempura, coated in a tangy sauce, topped with finely-chopped scallions and cilantro.

rock shrimp tempura at tokyo bay

What’s different with Chef Joe leading the kitchen?

Everything is even better than before, if you can imagine that!

The Duck Duck Goose Gyoza, for instance, was even finer than I had remembered. The gyoza skin itself (the hardest part to get right) was crunchy-crisp on the bottom and warmly-steamed through the top. The flavors inside? Savory with a touch of sweet.

duck duck gyoza at tokyo bay

While we stuck to our favorites throughout the evening, a new dish caught our eye as a must-try…

tuna sushi with foie gras and eel sauce, topped with gold flakes

Tuna sushi with foie gras, bathed in an eel sauce. Garnished with gold flakes, it is a glamorous dish, and it tastes as good as it looks. Rich and decadent, with a smokey hint.

Then, it was time for the true test!…

The sushi and sashimi.

First? A few slices of salmon sashimi. Generously cut, they simply melt in your mouth.

melt in your mouth salmon sashimi in anguilla

The sushi sampler, including, hamachi, tuna, yellowtail and salmon, were equally excellent and left us with one thought…

sushi sampler at tokyo bay

Chef Joe is a true sushi master.

With a few classic rolls to end the evening, including an improved California roll (thicker and with more flavorful crab compared to before)…

tokyo bay new and improved california roll

… spicy tuna roll…

spicy tuna sushi roll at tokyo bay

… and, of course, the sweet ending, chocolate sushi.

chocolate sushi dessert

Tokyo Bay has done it again! With Chef Joe, Tokyo Bay remains the #1 restaurant on Anguilla for authentic Japanese dining.

For reservations, call: 264-498-2000


Weekends at Le Bar

In good Friday fashion, we paid Didier & Veronique a pre-weekend visit yesterday afternoon (is there a better way to begin a weekend?)…

le bar on the beach

Down on Sandy Ground beach, the sun shines something special over Road Bay in the mid-afternoon, lighting up the still and peaceful sea.

A crisp glass of rose pairs perfectly with the sights of the sea and the French ambiance.

And then?…

“Le Veriunic” burger, the island’s very best, hand-made and infused with special Herbes de Provence. No matter how many times we ask, “What’s your secret, Veronique?” she never tells 😉
le bar's famous veriuniq burger

Equally outstanding is her lobster salad, prepared with homemade mayonnaise…

le bar's lobster salad

The options don’t end there at Le Bar.

In addition to their regular menu (a wide selection of salads, charcuterie plates and main dishes), they have a variety of daily specials, too. Friday’s included…

  • Beef Carpaccio with homemade French fries
    Filet Snapper seasoned with lemon, fennel, tomato and garlic

An excellent price with an unbeatable atmosphere, to make a reservation call: 264-498-3229