The great cuisine in Antigua
Now is the time to break out your tiny fork.
If you want something to wash down all of this delicious food, then you’ll have lots of drinks to choose from!
Tamarind juice is very popular; when the fruit is ripe, it is quite sweet, and it ends up in ice creams, sorbets, and juices. Coconut milk, raspberry, guava and mango juices, are all available at restaurants. If you really want an interesting experience, give some mauby a try! It’s based on a tree bark found throughout the Caribbean, and tastes a little like root beer.