We thought it was ok. Food just a bit lacking. Conch fritters were very doughy and not much conch. Pork was a bit tough but curry good. Have to say staff really good and that's why a 4 rather than a 3.
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We ALWAYS go to Hemingways when in St John's. Just a great place to sit up on the balcony and watch the hustle and bustle of St John's below. The food and cocktails selection is great. Always have first class food (very reasonable prices) and...More
Spent a day in Antigua while on a cruise. Came across this place by chance but delighted with our find. Had a really tasty lunch of seafood pasta and my wife a super garlic shrimp with chips (fries) and salad. All cooked fresh.
Beautiful setting in old charm authentic Antiguan architecture. Staff are welcoming and friendly. Our hostess Catherine was attentive and incredibly warm. Food- the rock lobster main and spicy crab cake starter were fantastic. Would recommend the lime butter with the lobster. Was told to save...More
While visiting the Island my wife and I stopped here for lunch. The people were friendly and the establishment was exceeding clean, including the kitchen which you could look into. Service was fine and the food was excellent.
Nice restaurant right outside the Heritage Quay. We were very well received and the food was really good. Probably one of the best options in the area. Just outside you can then find the best ice cream place in town with amazing Italian gelato.
We visited Hemingway’s after a day of touring and beach. We were looking for a place with good food, respite from crowds and WiFi. Plus they have great local artwork on the walls that is very reasonably priced and in high demand. We arrived just...More
I ventured into St John, prior to meeting my family at the airport. The conch curry was delicious, and the key lime pie was a perfect desert. The 'maitre d' was related to the family owners & made me feel most welcome .. a good...More
We were looking for a place to try the local food before the ship ships and found this place up the stairs. The owner's wife who runs the restaurant is also a Canadian originally from Toronto so it was great to hear her story!
One of the places in StJohn’s that remains the same year in year out.Even the influx of cruise ships has not impacted there.