The Estate House is the epitome of stylish dining in a delightful Caribbean setting. Set overlooking the sea and the lights of Antigua and surrounded by a fragrant garden of palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids, the classic colonial house (c. 1830) was once the centerpiece of the island sugar plantation. Now it's a sanctuary of civilized dining highlighted by romantic sophistication with Italian-inspired cuisine.
The menu of The Estate House features selections of short courses and entrees with bold flavors. Among the menu's many highlights: Roasted Butternut Ravioli with Truffle Butter, Sautéed Shrimp with Local Farm Fresh Vegetables in Citrus sauce, Grilled Sea Bass and Mediterranean Salsa and Seafood Risotto with Asparagus.
Monday to Saturday (closed on Sunday), 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
(Hours may vary slightly with the season)
To preserve the elegant but casual atmosphere of the Caribbean's most exclusive private island resort, ladies may wear pareos or cover-ups over swimwear; gentlemen may wear polos or t-shirts with swim shorts at breakfast and lunch. At dinner resort wear is appropriate for ladies and gentlemen.
Set overlooking the sea and the lights of Antigua and surrounded by a fragrant garden of palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids on the western edge of the island.