We are delighted to have received a highly positive review in Southwark News:
There’s a new restaurant in town and it let the town know it was here with a big, brash, brunch bash with all the razzmatazz of a street festival that gave us costumed dancers and steel band musicians, along with the very best of Caribbean cuisine, writes Michael Holland.
Antillean describes itself as Pan-Caribbean with a menu that ‘will reflect the French, African, Spanish, Indian, Dutch and Chinese influences on the Caribbean’. And those dishes are spread out over several types of menu that cater for the long and leisurely dinners, the pre-theatre crowd, guests that like to snack at the bar, and those that enjoy a fixed price lunch.
On arrival the music and the buzz of the crowd hit you at the door, and the further you got into the restaurant the more you felt your hips sway, your shoulders rock, and your head nodding to the beat, and before you know it you are shimmering between the tables like you are at the Notting Hill Carnival!
Their excellent review is continued on the Southwark News website…