Roatan boasts dozens, if not hundreds of local restaurants, bars and snack bars with the regular bars geared more to the evening crowd after the sun sets into the Caribbean! French, Italian, American, Spanish and Island cuisines are available here on the Island and when it comes to freshness, Roatan's seafood is second to none! Dining out is a favorite pastime here. Sharing a meal with friends is always enjoyable and a great place to swap stories of the past weeks. .
A must do for great pricea and great food. Don't let the quiant ambiance fool you into thinking that this place isn't 5 star in taste!! A quick, easy, affordable and decent meal, the Rotisserie Chicken will not fail you. Reliable. They also have a great assortment of desserts. The Key Lime Pie is top notch. Well worth trying.
Besos Restaurant and Lounge
In French Harbour. Some say that this is the best food they've ever eaten! The menu offers a creative mix of tasty dishes from appetizers to entrees. The view is fabulous, Daphne, the owner , is friendly and warm and very creative. the food is original and over the top. Besos not only has the most beautiful view of the island, it is one of best restaurant locations to enjoy cocktails while watching the sun set over the azure Caribbean Sea.
Reputed to be the best cafe in West End, Roatan. This place is great and located right above West End Divers. Their menu changes so you have to keep coming back to see what new amazing item to get. They have a new diver special every day that is only 100Limps ($5), If you come on a Sunday evening enjoy there "Sangria Sunday." The owners serve a special tapas menu along side pitchers of red and white sangria.
Earth Mama's Garden Cafe
Their breakfast and smoothies are exceptional. Service is friendly and a great place to meet people while enjoying the garden and the relaxed island atmosphere. The coffee is excellent as well as their breakfast burrito. The smoothies are generous portions, so thick and creamy you can almost eat it with a spoon! Earth Mama's is a shady green oasis to take a break from the heat. The Sunday brunch is highly spoken of and try the Nutella stuffed crepes which are dangerously tasty
Smugglers Beach Bar & Grill
This place is alocated in a beautiful cove where you can wade in the water or snorkel with lots to see. There are nice lounging chairs under palm trees, and someone is constantly cleaning the beach. The staff are very friendly, efficient, and accommodating. The blackened mahi mahi at Smugglers is to die for. and the side dishes are unique and delicious. Enjoy live music as the sun goes down.
A fun beach bar on Half Moon Bay in West End. During the day, enjoy the beach in their lounge chairs a cold local beer or tropical drink with your lunch. Good sandwich and bar fare menu to choose from. Stay for the sunset and maybe catch the green flash. Enjoy meeting new friends - locals, tourists, dive instructors, ex-pats - all regulars at Sundowners. Then, once the sun goes down, sit around the campfire on the beach. Sundowners will quickly become a favorite hangout.
Rendezvous Sushi Cafe
Rendezvous is unique for their personal service, and while it is a bit more expensive than surrounding restaurants, attention to detail and freshest fish on the island make it worth it. You can give the chef some guidelines for your tastes and he does the rest. Its like having a personal chef who knows exactly what you like. Amazing! Some of the best Sushi anywhere. The atmosphere is romantic and quaint. Highly recommended. Reserve a table and take your time to enjoy the experience.
During the daylight hours Linga Longa is neat little cafe. But you really must experience it at night. The white table clothes and candle light combined with the beach front view creates a formal setting that somehow works with casual attire and the feel of the Island. Be prepared to be impressed by the selection on the menu, The prices are a bit high for Roatan ( appetizers 8-15 US dollars and main course 15-30's if you want lobster) But where else in West End do you find lamb and pumpkin soup? Everything cooked to perfection. For the quality of the food and ambiance it is a great deal
Turtle Shack is a new restaurant in Calabash Bight. The menu is limited to a Plato del Dia (plate of the day). Every meal includes a delicious salad, usually with various nuts, dried berries and cheese. All for only Lps. 140. Turtle Shack is a nice mid-week adventure. Many sail-boaters hang out there and the food is good. Mark and Lori make their own breads and hot sauce. Access is only by boat so you can catch a water taxi or ask Eric, the house manager at Calabash, to take you there. 8950-7588.
Overlooking beautiful blue seas perched above West End, this is a great place to enjoy a night out. Offering Vietnamese and Thai cuisine, and providing a wonderful change of pace. It is also a wonderful vegetarian and vegan option. It is closed during the day and a bit hard to find, but definitely worth the effort. The service is great and the restaurant is clean and laid back. Highly recommended
Located on the main road in Mangrove Bight, just outside of West End, Ooloonthoo specializes in fantastic Asian cuisine coupled with an intimate dining experience. With friendly service and precisely prepared dishes, customers are able to enjoy an upscale culinary experience with just a touch of that relaxed Caribbean feel.offering beautiful sunset views from our outdoor terrace dining room. Canadian chef Paul James and his Indian wife have done such a good job of giving this restaurant an authentic Indian coastal feel, you might just think you're in Goa while dining here. The decor is simple, with little touches like background Indian music, silk saris draped across the ceiling, and banana leaves strewn on the tables all adding to the am-I-still-in-Honduras ambience. Curries made from scratch dominate the menu, such as the Rogan Josh or pork vindaloo, while other highlights include Tandoori Cornish game hen and murgh masala, a mild northern Indian chicken dish. 403-8866