Turners Beach Restaurant
Valley Church Beach, St. Mary’s T: (268) 562 7958
Johnson’s Point, St. Mary’s T: (268) 462 9133 | F: (268) 560 8114
Beach Bar & Restaurant
11:00am until sunset. Summer-season open Monday-Saturday 12:00pm until sunset. A venue for special events and weddings
This is the fantastic new look Turner’s Beach Restaurant located on one of the most stunning white sand beaches on Antigua’s southwest coast. The restaurant has a classy new raised deck and stylish furnishings to match. The beach is simply breathtaking, ideal for beach sports like volleyball, but for those too relaxed to do anything other than swim, the shallow turquoise waters are perfect for snorkeling. Equipment for both activities can be rented at the bar. The authentic menu includes some great Antiguan classics. Start with the fish cakes or conch fritters for an appetizer. Follow this with snapper fillet, curried chicken, baby-back ribs or Roti, an Antiguan favourite. Food is served buffet style on cruise ship days, not to be missed! Turners is also an idyllic location for a beachfront wedding, party or event. Rose Turner and her dedicated staff can professionally cater for any event. With added extras like a convenient gift and Birkenstock shoe shop it’s hardly surprising that this venue is much-loved by all. One visit is never enough! Open daily for lunch all year round.
The Nest Beach Bar & Restaurant is situated at the pristine Valley Church beach location, round South. The wide half mile long beach is totally unspoilt, showing off Antigua’s beach scene at its very best. Put your feet up on a sun lounger, take shade under an umbrella or coconut tree and make a wish. Slowly open your eyes, and your wish will have come true! At your side you’ll find a frosted rum cocktail (complete with umbrella), and a fabulous serving of freshly grilled lobster or the restaurant’s signature Chef’s special, coconut shrimp. The Nest’s motto says it all, “It’s always a pleasure serving you”, and when you have a friendly bunch of happy workers it’s easy to understand why. The varied menu serves everything, from light bites to pizza, sandwiches, burgers and pasta, but their local seafood dishes and BBQ chicken come highly recommended. Come for a swim, stay for lunch, then stay on for a few drinks at the bar, but absolutely come for the view. It will have you mesmerized for hours. Open daily during high-season from
Published on Nov 16, 2012
Published on Nov 16, 2012
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...