Best Breakfast Is At Tasty's!
by Bob Powers
(Boise, ID, USA)
Tasty's is a GREAT place for breakfast on Anguilla if you haven't tried it yet. And the restaurant is always packed in the morning!
Tasty's "Grand Marnier French toast" (served with fresh fruit), the "poached eggs on English muffins with hollandaise sauce and sauteed mushrooms" (a house specialty) and the "omelet with spicy vegetables and cheese" are all truly superb.
The French toast is unmatched anywhere as far as I'm concerned (and I don't usually like French toast) - best French toast that either Sandy (my wife) or I have ever had. The hash browns also make the trip to Tasty's for breakfast worthwhile - potatoes sauteed with fresh herbs and spices and served as a crispy (on the outside) pancake - just not enough of them on the plate.
I know you picked Deon's for "best breakfast," Nori. And your page on Tasty's raves about their breakfast, too. So it's a close one, I guess!
By the way, we've been to Anguilla six times and it keeps getting better. I took a lot of pictures this year (although I may not measure up to the standards set by you and your Dad) and probably will put them out some place on the web when I get a chance.
In case you're interested, we happened across your site recently while doing a search on Google. It's a great site, and clearly you and your family love Anguilla as much as my wife and I!
Keep up the great work!
P.S. My runner-up choices:
Roadwell (Sandy Ground) is supposed to have good breakfasts (but we've never tried them) and the Old House (George Hill) is also pretty good (it used to be our place of choice BT - before Tasty's).
Finally, the breakfasts at George's (Cap Juluca) are excellent (Sandy loves the banana pancakes) but typically expensive.
Malliouhana also is supposed to have an excellent Sunday brunch, but again very expensive.