Good service, tasty food and reasonably priced. Good night had by all. West Indian curry was good but too much veg.
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stopped here for drinks and to book table as menu looked lovely however the price of the local beer was more expensive than London hotel prices so we declined our evening meal!
During our two week holiday, we ate at Trappas four times. It is a typical Caribbean -style restaurant, built around a tall palm tree, with a tin roof, on which the rain hammered upon occasions. We were greeted like friends and our drinks orders arrived...More
This restaurant was chosen because they can accomodate large group as was my family of 14.The ambience was very casual and very crowded.The menu was on a chalkboard which they moved from table to table which I found to be a bit comical but effective.The...More
We were in Antigua for a holiday and ate here a couple of times. The food was excellent. I ate the local dishes including Caribbean curry and fresh fish, both were freshly prepared and cooked perfectly. The prices were reasonable and the service good. The...More
We visited Trappas once for a meal and several times for cocktails. It has a great little bar just outside the restaurant which is a really nice spot for a pre dinner drink. We especially liked the range of frozen cocktails. Service was excellent and...More
For the area this is more of an "upscale" restaurant. The menu had a good variety of options and the meals were prepared well. Drinks and dessert were both fantastic.
Always a great place to eat - fish dishes are always fresh and the ceviche is excellent. Have been at least 10 times and I still cant work out how the waitresses manage to serve with such incredible long fingernails!!!
I'd read about this place and so, when we finally arrived into English Harbour, I quickly made reservations. Upon arriving, we were greeted by wonderful & genuine customer service and the most wonderful of scents. We were presented the menu, we ordered, and our meals...More