Antigua and Barbuda Restaurants

Coconut Grove

  • Marina Bay Rd. Map It
  • Dickenson Bay
  • Eclectic

Published 03/07/2017

Fodor's Review

Coconut palms grow through the roof of this open-air thatched restaurant, flickering candlelight illuminates colorful local murals, waves lap the white sand, and the waitstaff provides just the right level of service. Jean-François Bellanger's dishes artfully fuse French culinary preparations with island ingredients. Top choices include pan-seared mahimahi served over cauliflower puree with fingerling potatoes and mango-pineapple chutney, and sautéed shrimp with roasted plantain and hickory bacon finished with champagne-Parmesan sauce. The signature coconut shrimp is the best lunch option. The kitchen can be uneven, the wine list is unimaginative and overpriced, and the buzzing happy-hour bar crowd lingering well into dinnertime can detract from the otherwise romantic atmosphere. Nonetheless, Coconut Grove straddles the line between casual beachfront boîte and elegant eatery with aplomb.

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Siboney Beach Club, Marina Bay Rd., Dickenson Bay, St. John, Antigua and Barbuda

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Published 03/07/2017


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Nov 12, 2015

Espresso Coffee

I was staying at a nearby hotel and had breakfast two days at the Coconut Grove, I was shocked that I had to pay $12.00 US (30.00 EC) for a double shot of espresso coffee! I have travel all over, both for business and pleasure and I don't recall paying that much money for a cup of coffee! The Chef is French, not even in Paris you pay that much money for a double shot of espresso coffee! That's insane!

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