Bamboo Bar and Grill @ Viceroy

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My lovely Sunday lunch routine started up again today, and Charles Voudouris, the executive sous-chef at Viceroy suggested I try something new.  To that end, I landed up at Bamboo Bar and Grill, a casual open-air restaurant on Meads Bay at Viceroy.  What a good suggestion!  Again, upon his suggestion, I tried the “Island Joyah Bread”, a perfect lunch salad.   I wrote down the description from the menu, knowing I’d forget something if I tried to keep it in my brain. “Farm greens, cucumber, roasted pepper, kalamata olives on a grilled flat bread, with a citrus dressing”.  One can order this with jerk chicken (which I did today), skirt steak, snapper, crab or prawns.  This is one of the tastiest salads I’ve had on Anguilla – the flavours all meld together in perfect harmony (something about the smokey goodness of the roasted peppers, and the slight tang of the citrus dressing),  and I think I’ll definitely be back to try some of the other variations.

2 Responses to “Bamboo Bar and Grill @ Viceroy”

  1. Emily @ As the Crowe Flies and Reads Says:

    That sounds and looks amazing! New place on Meads Bay? I don’t think I know it.

  2. Emily @ As the Crowe Flies and Reads Says:

    oh, never mind. i just saw belatedly that this was part of Viceroy. Sorry for my mix-up!

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