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The Lime and the Coconut - CLOSED

Dock Yard Drive, English Harbour, Antigua
+1 268-728-2688
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Overview
  • Excellent58%
  • Very good21%
  • Average14%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible0%
11 May 2013
“Live music”
30 May 2012
“Better than home.”
Restaurant Hours Closed
CUISINES
Mediterranean, Caribbean, European
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Dock Yard Drive, English Harbour, Antigua
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1 - 10 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 11 May 2013

Loved the live music! It was great the overflow of the bar can chill on the front lawn. Feels like you are at a house party.

Thank CrystalL880
Reviewed 30 May 2012

This is another place i really recommend. These are very nice people and they have really created a wonderful little restaurant. The fresh made bread is legendary all around English Harbour and I often pop in to just buy a loaf. This is another on...More

1  Thank DonMacCluskey
Reviewed 12 February 2012

Huge portions for starters and mains, wonderful flavours in excellent curries. Good service but mine host is an oddball, they need to sort out their image and settle on what they do best, great flavours.

2  Thank Albanach
Reviewed 2 November 2011

One of the best places to eat around English Harbour with a varied and cosmopolitan menu, covering everything from Antiguan staples to curry to Sauerkraut and Red Cabbage. Quality is always excellent along with a small but well crafted wine list catering for all tastes...More

1  Thank IainCarolineCameron
Reviewed 26 April 2011

We went around 1400 and all we could get was breakfast type foods, and not even good breakfast foods. Forget about it for lunch. Didn't bother to go back for dinner. Apparently dinner is serviced by another owner? Kinda strange, but I guess time sharing...More

1  Thank davefromannapolis
Reviewed 2 March 2011

Having eaten here in the evening and daytime I can’t entirely agree with earlier reviews and yes this a personal opinion. On the first evening visit we found the the host to be all over us and interested in you but don’t expect this the...More

1  Thank Artisancat
Reviewed 11 January 2011

we had a wonderfull evening at this restaurant. great curries and excellent service. the owners, lucas and jackie, are really friendly and know how to run a good restaurant. we would recommend it to everyone visitig the town.

1  Thank stephi_zurich
Reviewed 2 January 2011

Visited the Lime and the Coconut for a quick lunch. The food was delicious and fresh, and economically priced. Would definitely recommend. The only negative I can say is the location - they are located right on a busy corner and there was a lot...More

Thank Thumper1223
Reviewed 9 December 2010

As regular visitors to Antigua the temptation is always to return to our favourite haunts but thanks to the reviews on Trip Advisor (rating The Lime and Coconut as the No.1 restaurant in English Harbour) we decided to be adventurous and we're so pleased we...More

2  Thank Channydibs
Reviewed 29 November 2010

I can't rave enough about this cute little eatery! Delicious menu, everything looked so good. I started with the Mediterranean Medley of hummus, Moroccan carrot dip, and tzatziki with warm, fresh pita bread. All of them were incredible, but the tzatziki was my favorite. The...More

1  Thank mnguyen612
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Location and Contact Information
  • Address: Dock Yard Drive, English Harbour, Antigua
  • Location: Caribbean  >  Antigua and Barbuda  >  Antigua  >  Saint Paul Parish  >  English Harbour
  • Phone Number: +1 268-728-2688
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Description
The Lime and the Coconut has been converted from a restaurant into a Live Music Lounge Bar. The name is still the same but people call it "the Lime" now. It has a great atmosphere that appeals to all sorts of people from everywhere, giving them a feeling of being a little more at home or some place they have been to before. We have bands playing all genres of music, from roots Reggae, to Jazz and Funk and then some good old Rock.
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