Big Corn Island
Big Corn Island
Little Corn Island
Habana Libre - Twila's: Specializing in Cuban food &
excellent service. Be sure to make your dinner
reservations by 3:00 p.m. Specialty of the house is slow
roast Cuban pork for C$320 pp.
(Fish C$120, shrimp C$140, lobster C$160)
Sunrise Paradise - Carlito's: Seafood on the beach!
Featuring typical island cuisine, fresh catch of the day
and lobster. Carlito is also famous for making "the best
fried chicken" on The Corn Islands.
Nico's: This modest little lobster acopio (by day) is
transformed into a rocking disco at night. This is the
biggest Sunday night party on the island. Now featuring
country music on Thursday nights. Ice cold beers and
typical food is served. Located in South End.
Island Style: Beachfront rancho located on Long Bay
Beach. Leave your belongings with the staff while you
sunbathe and body surf. Cool off with cold refreshments
and typical meals. Dining room becomes dance floor at
night. This is the spot to go after the Sunday baseball
Hotel Restaurants: Many of Corn
Island's hotels have restaurants on site
such as G&G, Casa Canada, Hotel
Morgan, Martha's, Picnic Center &
Dos Millas - Seva's: Seva is one of the best cooks on
the island! For special dishes such as lobster and fish,
order a day in advance and it will be purchased fresh
from the fishermen according to your order. Seva's is
also located in front of the best snorkeling beach on
Corn Island and serves cold, natural juices.
Fisher's Cave: Island Cuisine served while seated on
large veranda overlooking Brig Bay Harbor. Try the
chinese influenced dishes such as tallarine (noodle
soup) or chop suey.
Miss Judith's: Miss Jude has been feeding hungry
workers and weary travelers for decades. You can now
find her kitchen at the Municipal Wharf, next to Fisher's
Cave. Daily "comida corriente" costs C$100, vigoron
and tacos are C$45.
Leche's: At Leche's shop/acopio/hotel check-in on North
End, you can buy groceries and sundries, cold beverages
and even get a room. This is where the beers are cold and
the "say say" is HOT! No visit to Big Corn is complete
without partaking in the local gossip at Leche's.
Cool Spot: Competitive prices for fish and lobster on
Little Island (fish & chicken C$120, lobster C$190) &
coldest beer on the island. Located right on the main
drag. Very popular with tourists and locals.
Mango's Pizza: Family Pizzeria operated by the Little
Corn Mayor, "TallBoy", and located at The Bottle House.
Comedor Maris: Island hospitality and home cooked food
is what is served on the veranda of Dannette's house at
the edge of North End. Chicken, fish & shrimp dinners are
cooked to order and cost C$100, lobster C$150.
Soup each Sunday and Rundown with 24 hour notice.
The Buccaneer: The restaurant at Hotel Paraiso, now
called "The Buccaneer", features international cuisine
based on available, local ingredients. Their online menu
can be viewed at www.restaurantbuccaneer.com
Casa Iguana: Casa Iguana serves breakfast
every morning ($5) and a gourmet dinner most nights
($15). Many fresh fruits and vegetables are picked from
their large, private garden. Reservations should be
made by noon at Dive Little Corn or Casa Iguana.
Comedor First Stop/ Miss Brigett's: Set Back from
the main walking path, Miss Brigett serves lobster for
C$160, shrimp for C$140 and fish dinners for C$120
La Princesa de la Isla: Italian home cooking, wine, cafe’
and cappuccino. Dinner from $18 per person and includes
spaghetti, fish or chicken, salad and dessert.
Reservation must be made 4 hours in advance.
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Turned Turtle: Little Corn Beach and Bungalows
"Turned Turtle" restaurant features breakfast ($4 up),
Lunch ($4.5 up) and four course dinners ($9 up).
American style Bistro meals are served with timely,
friendly service. Good wine selection and tasty specialty
drinks. No reservations needed.
Tranquilo Cafe: This cafe, located on the main strip,
serves the best fish tacos as well as tasty treats such as
giant cookies. Nighttime bonfires, trivia contests and
movie screenings make Tranquilo Cafe the social center
of Little Corn. Gift shop with locally-crafted items also on
Dona Lola's: Without a doubt, Dona Lola's offers the
best views on Corn Island. This three-story structure is
located Oceanside, in South End. Dona Lola, originally
from Ecuador, is considered one of the best chef's on
Rosa's: Located on the path toward Casa Iguana,
Rosa's is popular among travelers for inexpensive but
delicious typical food. Best breakfast on the island for
Comedor Francis: Comedor Francis is known for it's
typical dishes at local prices. menu
Big Fish Cafe: Newest Restaurant on North End. menu
Cafe Desideri: Centrally located in the "village," Cafe
Desideri is the newest restaurant on Little Corn. They
are known for their decadent deserts, tasty hamburgers,
sandwiches and pasta dishes.