Anastasia's restaurant is very much like its hotel -- crumbling apart and absolutely charming. A long wooden dock leads to a wide rickety building on stilts set amid brilliant turquoise water. It looks like it was all put together by driftwood and one good gust of wind will take it all away. Beautiful servers dish up fresh fish such as yellowtail and kingfish, but they do so slowly. Plan on arriving at least an hour before you feel even a twinge of hunger, as service is that slow. There are worse places to wait, though -- the restaurant is surrounded on all sides by water and there's a veranda facing the horizon with inviting hammocks. At night, the restaurant shifts somewhat into a country music roadhouse -- a beer-swilling, honky-tonking, foot-tapping Caribbean paradise.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010