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If You Like Golf, Fresh Veggies, And the Caribbean Sea, You'll Definitely Like CuisinArt Golf Resort

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  Site Where: Rendezvous Bay , Anguilla, Anguilla, AI-2640
February 20, 2012 at 9:15 AM | by | ()

Though we inundated you on Wednesday with a couple of delicious-looking island getaway destinations in our HotelChatter 2012 Caribbean Hotel Guide, here's one more to consider: the picture-perfect CuisinArt Resort, where Bachelor-seeking ladies get their hearts broken, and golf-lovers while away the hours in blissful oblivion.

In between all the golf and the stilted courtship, guests can all unite at the resort's two new signature restaurants: Tokyo Bay and Italia, both of which debuted last month. Located in different parts of the resort, and featuring two distinct cuisines—in case the names didn't clue you in—the view from both spots is pretty much the same, and pretty much awesome.

Our mouths are watering already, and we haven't even read the menu.

The above photo shows Italia, which is housed in these new Mediterranean-style white-washed cottages that comprise the "Clubhouse," adjacent to the golf course.

Inside Italia, guests can expect plenty of handmade pasta, local seafood specialties and a chef imported from Parma, Italy. Over at Tokyo Bay, Chef Ken Lin prepares sushi and teppanyaki dishes (not to be confused with hibachi, which uses a larger, more open grill).

In addition to the view, what really unifies both restaurants is their use of vegetables and herbs culled from the resort's own hydroponic farm. This soil-free system of growing fresh produce (yielding everything from bok choi to Anguilla-native edible flowers) is unique to the resort, and certainly makes for a more fulfilling dining experience for guests. And just think: to enjoy all those veggies, you won't even have to drag yourself away from views like this.

[Photo: CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa]

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