Food & Drink

Where to Eat

Where to Eat

Port O Call

Located right on Front Street, the restaurant’s entrance offers a prime view of the busy sidewalk and passing yachts in the harbour. On calm summer evenings the breeze is cool and the sunsets are stunning. Enjoy people watching while you have lunch or dinner, a cocktail or a glass of wine on their terrace. Port O Call’s kitchen upholds a rigorous standard of freshness and quality, dealing exclusively with local day-fishermen around the island. We can’t say enough about the catch-of-the-day special, which changes from night to nigh...

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Island Cuisine

Just ask their band of loyal regulars who flock to the restaurant for generous portions of home-cooked eats, served at very reasonable prices. Island Cuisine proudly supports local farmers and fishermen, purchasing the freshest seafood availa...

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Ruby Murry’s

It’s also one of town’s newest eateries and makes some of the best Indian food around. The restaurant’s warm ambiance is cozy and comfortable, with a lively bistro buzz that is equally fitting for casual afternoon dates, client schmoozing ...

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White Horse Pub & Restaurant

A comprehensive menu touches on all the favourites including tasty signature appetisers, crisp healthy salads and arguably the best fish sandwich and pub food in town. There are a variety of island-inspired items too, if you’re feeling ad...

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Pearl

The restaurant’s authentic yet exotic menu is inspired by a love for fresh, local fish and shellfish. Guests can even watch up-close on two monitors as their sushi is prepared. With unique flair and charisma, Pearl’s skilled chefs combine th...