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Scilly Cay, Anguilla

A desert island restaurant made for a long, lazy, boozy lunch

Run by Eudoxie "Gorgeous" Wallace, this small, simple and long-running fish restaurant is set on a tiny coral island by Island Harbour. Life here is as laid-back as it gets. The walls are made of conch shells and all you have to do is wander over to a seaweed-draped wooden box on the beach, select a spiny lobster, then sit down with a few killer rum punches while it's grilled on an oil-drum barbecue. Open for lunch only with a free ferry service.


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