The Estate House is the top fine-dining destination in the Caribbean, combining classic fare with modern island flavors whilst drawing on the culinary traditions of the West Indies. Signature dishes include Monkfish and black trumpet casserole with crispy jasmine rice pancake; Spiny lobster with Armagnac flambé, tomato, saffron pearl, and sea urchin; and Black sea bass with potato confit. For dessert, sweet indulgences include Rum Baba with berry compote and preserved citrus and Baked Alaska with rum flambé and Antiguan black pineapple.
The circa 1830 plantation house, once the centerpiece of the island’s sugar plantation, reopened in November 2016 following a one-year, six-million-dollar restoration. The new Estate House includes a main restaurant and the 1830 Bar with three new private dining rooms as well as a wine room all inspired by the home’s rich history and island traditions.https://www.oetkercollection.com/destinations/jumby-bay-island/restaurants-bars/restaurants/the-estate-house/————