Creative dishes are served in this wood-beam cottage restaurant overlooking the water at Anguilla's eastern end. The pretty garden has been redesigned with stone artifacts from Bali, and the intimate dining room (only nine tables) has been updated, also. Unorthodox yet delectable culinary pairings—inspired by chef-owners Raoul Rodriguez and Mary Pat's annual travels to Asia—bring new tastes and energy to the tables. Local organic products are used whenever possible. Long-line fish is served with a gratin of local pumpkin, shiitake mushrooms, and an essence of bitter oranges grown by the front gate. The owners' passion for life is expressed through the vibrant combination of setting, art, food, unique tableware, and thoughtful hospitality. A $12.50 per person shuttle service lets you enjoy the stellar wine collection at dinner. Hours vary seasonally. Mary Pat stocks the tiny art gallery here with amazing, and reasonable, finds from her travels.