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SOUTH & EAST COASTS

The Admiral’s Inn Restaurant

Trappas

Nelson’s Dockyard National Park, St. Pauls T: (268) 460 1027/1153 | F: (268) 460 1153 E: contact@admiralsantigua.com | www.admiralsantigua.com

Dockyard Drive, English Harbour, St. Paul’s T: (268) 562 3534 | C: (268) 728 2880 E: trappasantigua@hotmail.com

The Admiral’s Inn, Dockyard Hotel

daily in season. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Also available for private events.

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Superbly renovated Trappas hoists a high mast in English Harbour. A sexy open-front bar creates a dynamic atmosphere at the heart of the street-side terrace where guests gather for drinks or tasty bar snacks. The space peeks through to the bustling expanded kitchen where Simon and his energetic team can be seen hard at work. Caroline runs the lively front of house with grace and efficiency and together their winning formula of friendly service and dependably enjoyable food works with yachties, locals, expats and families alike. Their famous set price menu has a fantastic global range of starters and main courses to satisfy every appetite. Partake in the generous Smoked Salmon Pizzetta with Ricotta Cheese or the flavourful Trappas Salad with Blue Cheese. Main course gems include local Grouper served grilled or Cajun spiced, Pork Schnitzel with a Mushroom Sauce or the meaty favourite - Big Phat Angus Burger. There is also a kids menu available. You won’t break the bank to find a good bottle of wine and the bar is well stocked. The restaurant is open almost all year round. During busy times arrive early or reserve.

Monday-Saturday 6:00pm-10:00pm, open all year long.

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Within the historic walls of Nelson’s Dockyard, the lovingly restored Admiral’s Inn reigns supreme. The historic charm of weathered bricks, handhewn beams, the dockyard marina backdrop and a manicured courtyard of vivid tropical flowers set the picture perfect scene. The suave alfresco restaurant cascades down from the hotel to the waters edge blending its heritage locality with elegant décor in the process. The straightforward lunch and dinner menus are primarily Caribbean influenced, with an emphasis on fresh, locally sourced produce. Seafood features predominately, with exciting offerings such as Stuffed Crab Backs, Clams Gratinee and Pan-seared Wahoo. Choice meat alternatives are equally as good with Chicken Cordon Bleu and Roasted Rack of Lamb amongst the challengers. By night the lowlit terrace dining room takes on a dramatic transformation turning it into a romantic waterfront bistro. Guests may enjoy unreserved privacy with tables by the tranquil waters. The pier allows easy access for boats to dock onsite. Savour the beauty of a bygone era with an intimate dining experience. Open

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Antigua & Barbuda Food & Drink Guide 2013  
Antigua & Barbuda Food & Drink Guide 2013  

Welcome to the 2013 edition of the Antigua & Barbuda Food & Drink Guide. This year we bring to you our readers a new collection of culinary...