Eating spots in West End
Eating spots in West End Roatan Reviews
Jul 03, 2007
There's a variety of restaurants in West End, thought I'd share my favourites. Most places, dinner costs in the $8-$12 range, sometimes pricier for seafood.
Pinnochio's (just across from Eagle Ray's, follow the trail marked with pinnochio-shaped lights) is open dinners only. They have some really great stuffed dinner crepes, that's what I usually get, as well as seafood, pasta, stir-fry. It's run by an Italian named Patricia, and it's been around for a long time.
Lighthouse is great for local cooking: lots of seafood, conch soup etc. Service is extremely slow- don't go if you're starving!
There's a new Thai place next to Rudy's: don't remember the name, but it was excellent!
Dian's Garden of Eatin on the road to West Bay is supposed to be excellent: I haven't tried it yet, but she used to have Bite on the Beach in West Bay, and she cooked some great food there.
In Sandy Bay, there's a little place called Sunshine Cafe: they have a great all you can eat seafood on Friday nights.
Not too many breakfast and lunch options: Rudy's is well known for it's banana pancakes, there's a little baleada stand (baleada is a flour tortilla filled with beans and a salty, white cheese) that has baleadas filled with eggs just next to Coconut Tree divers.
If you want to pick up some of your own supplies, there's a little grocery store called Woody's in West End, more selection if you go into Coxen Hole to Warrens. For fresh fruits and vegetables, there are pickup trucks that go up and down West End selling produce off the back.
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