Roatan dining and cuisine caters to tastes and palettes of every traveller. Whether it’s perfectly grilled seafood from today’s catch, burgers on the beach or a romantic candlelit dinner over the pier, Roatan dining options are seemingly endless.
Try banana pancakes, Honduran coffee and fresh fruit smoothies for breakfast, or traditional Baleadas and coconut prawns at lunch. How about conch chowder, lobster tails and Caribbean-style rotisserie chicken for dinner? But Roatan dining is more than local traditional fare. If you’re craving ethnic food, West End has dozens of choices including Mexican, Creole, Argentinean, Thai and Italian.
Sometimes getting to the food is part of the adventure on Roatan. Take a boat tour through mangrove forests where a floating restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat menu including lobster tails.
Whatever you do, leave room for dessert: yucca cake, coconut brownies and key lime pie are just a few items that may be calling your name!
The Thirsty Turtle is an open air, sand at your feet, oceanfront establishment that offers local cuisine and comfort food at reasonable prices. If you are looking for a great place to enjoy some family oriented fun, enjoy a hearty meal, and quench your thirst on some exotic tropical drinks, The Thirsty Turtle is the place for you!. WEST BAY BEACH
Dine in a tropical oasis only two minutes from West End. Relax in the garden or on the deck where Chef Luis’ creations using only the freshest ingredients have visitors returning time and time again. Daily Happy Hour. WEST END
Located beachside in West Bay, the Vintage Pearl Restaurant and Wine Cellar is an elegant, upscale restaurant offering appetizing gourmet meals accompanied by one of the largest wine collections on the entire island of Roatan. WEST BAY BEACH