The Lighthouse Review
This lighthouse surrounded by fluttering flags serves as a beacon for hungry East End explorers. The interior replicates a yacht: polished hardwood floors, ship's lanterns, mosaic hurricane lamps, steering wheels, portholes, and waiters in crew's garb with chevrons. Most tables afford sweeping sea vistas, but prize romantic seating is on the little deck. Starters include Miss Nell's red conch chowder or flash-fried calamari with sweet chili dip. Entrées include a platter of seafood floating on linguine alfredo and a mustard/herb-crusted rack of lamb with Marsala-mint sauce. Vegetarian options include curries, tofu stir-fries, and pastas. Save room for desserts, including the Illy espresso crème brûlée. The comprehensive wine list extends to a superb postprandial selection of liqueurs, aged rums, ports, and grappas. There are inexpensive prix fixe lunch and dinner specials CI$9.95 and $15, respectively).