Roatan Restaurants

Roatan restaurants serve up the fresh flavors of the islands—the catch of the day, fruits picked fresh that morning, and island-made rum appear on menus throughout the island. But that’s one piece of the dining scene on this Caribbean island. Like Honduras as a whole, Roatan has a dining scene that fuses island flavors with culinary tradition from around the world. The ex-pats, retirees, and world travelers have infused the local ingredients with recipes and cooking styles from around the globe. Whether you’re overlooking the beach and dining on cocktails and lobster or ordering Thai food at a chic little eatery inland, you’re bound eat well.

West End Dining

Many of the Roatan restaurants, along with hotels and resorts, are concentrated on the West End, a tropical paradise full of Caribbean charm. In this vacation-friendly locale, you’ll have your pick of food, dining styles, and price points. If you’re in the mood for fine dining, you’ll have a some fine choices. These West End eateries feature white table clothes, top-notch servers, and extensive wine lists. On the other end of the spectrum, there are plenty of places to grab a quick bite to eat to fuel up for an afternoon at the beach or after a full day of diving. Several of the West End restaurants and bars offer specials for happy hour, serving local favorites like the monkey lala, a mix of coconut, vodka; coffee liqueur; and plenty of fruity drinks with little umbrellas. A few of the Roatan restaurants open for Sunday brunch, serving a delightful spread of breakfast and lunch treats along with mimosas and tasty desserts.

Waterfront Restaurants

Waterfront Restaurants
Waterfront Restaurants

Roatan has been blessed with an abundance of beaches, complete with sandy shores, palm trees swaying in the breeze, and endless blue skies. It’s no surprise that many of the best Roatan restaurants are located within view of these delightful beaches. Open-air restaurants allow you the chance to enjoy the views as well as the ocean breezes and warm island weather. Many of the restaurants throughout Roatan have small patios that complement their indoor seating, especially if they’re located on the beach.

Roatan Resorts Dining

Roatan Resorts Dining
Roatan Resorts Dining

The resorts throughout Roatan offer everything vacationers need to enjoy a vacation to Roatan from sun up to sun down and in between—a place to lay your head, soak up the sun during thee day, and enjoy some good food throughout the day. At the Luna Beach Resort, its waterfront eatery overlooks one of the best West End beaches. Open for morning meals through dinner, Luna Beach’s restaurant serves Roatan specialties like conch soup and fresh seafood, along with American standards and cocktails. Over on the East End, Marble Hills Farms offers a great place to sit down for a meal, along with some other perks not found in other Roatan restaurants. There’s a chance to taste island-made jams and jellies, and shop for some to savor later. At Marble Hill Farms, like most other Roatan resorts, you don’t have to be an overnight guest to have a meal on site at these excellent Roatan restaurants.

Roadside Dining

While a sit-down meal certainly has its appeal, sometimes your schedule or mood doesn’t match. When you don’t have a lot of time to eat, it can be good to grab food on the go. It’s not uncommon to find small restaurants and delis where you can get a sandwich and a cold drink, leaving you with more time to enjoy Roatan and discover its scenic places.

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