Really nice local restaurant where staff are friendly and the food is well prepared. Good menus with nice puddings and very good value for money.
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Tasty dishes, merging French and Latin influence with Caribbean flavors. Owners Gustavo and Helene serve you personally. Casual dining to high culinary standards. Dinner only.You can also have pizza and stone sizzlers.
The pizza was very nice but extremely thin crust, a good option for a cheaper evening out if you share. However nothing really to entice us back to experience the other side of the restaurant, didn't really feel like our custom was particularly valued, a...More
We ate here two nights when staying in Antigua. Both meals were really good. First night we had the chicken and prawn sizzler and the second night snails and lobster.
I ate in both sections and both were very good. The pizza's are thin crust, nothing too unusual, but very good for what they are. The side salad goes well too. In the other side the French Restaurant has a more classy feel, still quite...More
This restaurant does fantastic bistro food and pizza. Great combination for large groups. Everyone in our party said it was the best lobster on the island. Definitely worth a visit.
Have not tasted the french menu, but their Pizza is for sure the best in the area and worth a try. Done in stone owen and in a steady quality, that makes you return.
We are often in Antigua and always visit Cap Horn. It has a great atmosphere and the food is always good. Depending on our mood we can have a crispy thin crust pizza or pasta or delicious fish dishes. Their house speciality is a hot...More