Anguilla's 35 square miles is dotted with a number of high-end dining establishments to satisfy even the pickiest of palates. But where do locals go when they're looking for a night out? One of the hottest local spots is undoubtedly E's Oven, started by Anguillan chef, Vernon Hughes. E's isn't about beachfront dining, it's about local food done right.
Located off the Main Road in Anguilla's South Hill neighborhood, you'll spot E's with its signature bright yellow and red exterior. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and the crowd is a great mix of locals and in-the-know tourists. The price point is more approachable than many of the island's higher-end restaurants and the menu is about as Caribbean as they come. If you're looking to try a local favorite, their famous curried goat is a must for more adventurous palates. If you're a seafood lover, give the grilled lobster or crayfish a whirl, or try their creole conch entree.