There are several very fine restaurants in Antigua. Unfortunately, a few of them are panicking at losing their rankings to Michos. You'll see that in the off reviews for this restaurant. They can't possibly have eaten at the same place I did!
I do food. This was one of the most satisfying food experiences I have encountered in a very long time. The chef is a brilliant master of flavors. He works hard to take his recipes across the full palate. We had dinner for three set from small plates (4 plus an appetizer), a great bottle of Catena Malbec, and service for about $90.
Do not pass up the lamb sliders. Or the coconut shrimp. Or the pork tacos. Sauces like catsup are made in the kitchen. You will taste the freshness.
Service was exceptional and in English, which was nice at the end of a long day of my bad Spanglish. The tables around the shared courtyard are very relaxing.
Don't miss it. Go to Hectors, go to Tartines, and by all means go to Bistrot Cinq, but Michos is a place you'll want to visit more than once in Antigua.