Anguilla Restaurants

Ocean Echo

  • Caribbean

Published 03/07/2017

Fodor's Review

It's nonstop every day from lunch until late at this relaxed and friendly restaurant, great for salads, burgers, grills, pasta, and fresh fish. Heartier appetites will enjoy the ribs and steaks. A couple of times a week there is live music as well as the possibility of dancing with an excellent islandy cocktail in hand.

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Long Bay Village, n/a Anguilla, Anguilla



Published 03/07/2017


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Jul 1, 2016

Pleasant Last-Minute Restaurant Change

My spouse and I dined at Ocean Echo for dinner on a weeknight in late April 2016. Ocean Echo, which is located in Meads Bay, was a short safe drive from our hotel (Cuisinart) in Rendezvous Bay. Like many Anguilla restaurants, Ocean Echo serves both lunch and dinner daily, and if you visit at lunchtime, you can also use their beach chairs and umbrellas either before or after you dine. The restaurant accepts reservations via telephone or online on their

website. Complimentary parking is available in their dedicated parking lot. Ocean Echo, which opened in 2013, features a beachside setting, with a semi open-air dining room. The restaurant offers a large bar and well-spaced tables for dining. The restaurant features live music on certain nights of the week, and the space is equipped to handle private events. Ocean Echo offers international and Caribbean cuisine using fresh local ingredients. We shared the curry chicken dumplings as a starter, followed by two main dishes: parrot fish served with sweet potatoes and veggies, and coconut-crusted shrimp and scallop with veggies and coconut sauce. Ocean Echo was the only restaurant during our 9-day Caribbean trip that offered parrot fish, so we were eager to try it. We thought that the both the scallops and the shrimp would be coconut-crusted, but the scallops were simply grilled, with only the shrimp encrusted with coconut; no matter; it was tasty just the same! The lunch menu is less formal, offering salads, sandwiches, burgers, and entrees. We had planned to visit an alternate restaurant on the night that we dined at Ocean Echo, but we preferred to return to the Mead’s Bay area rather than drive to our previously selected restaurant in Sandy Ground, and we enjoyed a pleasant meal.

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