Antigua and Barbuda: Antigua and Barbuda hosted Boundary Bites by Twos Ltd during Restaurant Week at the Sir Vivian Richards stadium. The event really showed the visitors how to Eat Like A Local during today’s Eat n Lime Food Tours.
What was on the menu:
- Saltfish and fungi bites
- Duncana and saltfish bites
- Goat water
- Season Rice
- Coconut dumpling and whelks
Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Live stated that they also enjoyed old- fashioned ice-cream from Althea’s and Rummies and More fruit bags.
Along with that, Antigua and Barbuda teamed up with Eat n Lime Food Tours for a Restaurant Week tour that had visiting content creators stopping at our ‘Eat Like A Local’ food spots:
Stops so far…
Captain’s Table (for some delicious fried fish, seafood rice and saltfish fritters), One Stone Ital Shack (for a healthy peas ball and local fruit juice of choice), The Makery by VJ’s Bakery (for an awesome pastry box complete with mini bun and cheese) and Alma’s Restaurant ( with the tasty pepperpot and fungi, coconut curry fish and baked chicken lunch).
The event also featured special appearances by Hells Gate Steel Orchestra at Captain’s Table and Antigua Distillery Ltd for a Rum-tasting experience. As a part of Antigua and Barbuda Restaurant Week activities, the limelight was placed earlier this week on Antigua and Barbuda’s young and promising chefs studying at the Antigua and Barbuda Hospitality Training Institute (ABHTI).
The culinary students were the focus of an exclusive and interactive session with visiting celebrity chefs Andi Oliver, Claude Francis and Orlando Satchell during Tuesday’s Food Forum.
An amazing opportunity for the upcoming chefs; the experienced chefs imparted inspiring words and gave encouragement and advice to the students on navigating their chosen career path.
Antigua and Barbuda Restaurant Week Food Forum also featured the discussion on the allowed farmers, chefs, restaurateurs, industry partners and stakeholders to discuss the way forward for utilizing of local produce and promoting their cuisine.
As Antigua and Barbuda Restaurant Week continue the conversation focused today on food sustainability and security. Industry partners, stakeholders, locals and celebrity chefs are meeting at the Antigua and Barbuda Hospitality Training Institute to engage dialogue on the topics with panellists.