My wife and I paid a visit to Charlestown and whilst walking down the main street came across Wilmas diner....so glad we stopped for lunch as the food was amazing and the staff friendly ...I had the Grouper and my wife had the BBQ ribs...More
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Wilma's was recommended by many locals so we had to try it. Very small interior. The day we were there it was very hot and humid. There was absolutely no air circulation, no windows opened etc. We just sat there and melted. No menu. Server...More
Wonderful dining experience. If you want authentic hospitality, good food, and a friendly staff, then this is the place to go in Charlestown. The fish is caught locally. Wilma provides large, generous portions of food. Highly recommended.
Delicious meal. We started with the conch chowder, which we loved. As main courses we ordered the fillet of fish and rack of lamb. Lamb was seasoned perfectly as was the fish. Steamed vegetables were carrots, okra, potatoes, and sweet potatoes. Waiter was excellent and...More
Fresh fish and chips were delicious, and we loved the location, the service, everything. What a pleasure to eat at a good, local restaurant. The people at Wilma's could not have been nicer.
Last year we had lunch at Wilma's Diner and enjoyed our meal so much that we decided to return again this year for lunch. Wilford is a gracious host and we enjoyed chatting with him again. We each had the fish plate which consisted of...More
Wanted to try local food for lunch. Met Wilroy (Wilma was cooking) who was very nice and answered some dumb tourist type questions. Lunch included a number of local vegetables and meat - ribs and chicken. Definitely not cooked in advance or prepared offsite. If...More
Had several great and varied lunches here with wonderful hosting from Wilroy and Wilma. We will see you again soon :-)
We were recommended Wilma's by the lady in the tourist office in Charlestown. However she did warn us that they served large portions, she wasn't wrong there. My wife had fish and I had barbecued ribs both were lovely. I'd go as far as to...More