Dining Attire: Smart casual for dinner, gentlemen please wear long pants and a collared shirt. Ladies no stipulations.
Awards: Caribbean Travel & Life Readers Poll, one of the three best restaurants in the Caribbean
Popular Dishes: Lobster Fettucini, Curry Chicken & Fresh Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves
Sugar Mill Restaurant
Imagine dining by candlelight in a romantic 370 year old stone sugar mill with a tropical garden to add to the atmosphere. You can - at the Sugar Mill Restaurant. The nightly changing menu is designed by proprietors and Bon Appetit columnists, Jeff and Jinx Morgan. Voted by readers of Caribbean Travel and Life as "The Best Restaurant in the Caribbean."
A typical evening's selection might begin with Peanut Pumpkin Soup, Caribbean Country Pate, or Prosciutto and Mango with Mango Pepper Puree. Main courses that evening would offer a choice of Scallops in Puff Pastry with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce, Sugar Reef Spicy Chicken with Pineapple Salsa or Almond Crusted Lamb Loin with Spinach, Goat Cheese and Roasted Peppers. For our vegetarian diners, we have Black Bean Pancakes with Vegetable Salsa or perhaps Wild Mushrooms in puff pastry. You must wind up your evening with a dessert from the Sugar Mill's sinful selection.
Rated by Donna H. on 04/16/11 We ate dinner at the Sugar Mill and it was the best meal of the week. The only problem was that despite other tables being available they sat us beside a table of four loud (over served) people who constantly wanted to engage us in conversation. We were a couple looking for a romantic dinner on our last night so that was a little disappointing.
Rated by Gary R. on 03/07/11 we ate also at sugar mill rest. for delightful lunch. did snorkeling,touring and enjoying sun
Rated by Marnie deJour on 03/24/06 Excellent food, pretty good service in the main restaurant. I think its one of the very few places with a chef rather than a cook. The daytime beach bar Islands is not in the same class, its overpriced and the food, coming from the kitchen in the main hotel across the road, is almost always cold.