Oyster Island Restaurant Leaf Restaurant
Poppy’s on the Lagoon have introduced a new dining experience for guests and locals called LEAF. Using fresh salad greens, sun and vine-ripened tomatoes and herbs straight from the garden, the plates at LEAF arrive on your table begging to be eaten. The m
On the iconic 75 acre Oyster Island in Espiritu Santo, this is a truly charming island dining experience. The restaurant showcases the best of Santo’s organic produce, with fresh locally caught fish and seafood and Santo organic aged beef. With no set times for meals, you can have lobster for breakfast and poached eggs for dinner if you wish. Dining at Oyster is not only about the food, but the whole experience. The cutest barge will pick you up from the mainland and after perhaps the most scenic five minutes of your life, crossing the serene azure bay punctured by little islands, you will land on the sandy shores of Oyster Island. Low key, built using island materials, you truly feel that you are in the South Pacific. It is simply gorgeous. Oyster’s ‘Original’ Sunday All-u- CanEat lunch buffet is back, featuring the very popular Marcel’s Chocolate Beef Short Ribs and much more. Usually booked days in advance, reservations are essential. In peak season, the Island The ‘Cool’ factor: The alluring setting right on the lagoon. Most wanted: Veal Rib Eye with Red Wine Jus. Great for: Those who enjoy fresh produce, good food and relaxed lovely settings. Best seller: Seared Poulet Fish with Lemon Caper Sauce. So very special: The fresh local food concept. Pocket damage: Affordable.
The ‘Cool’ factor: The crazy and fun décor. Most wanted: BBQ Pork and Beef Ribs Great for: An early family dinner that the kids and adults will love and a great late dinner and night out for adults of all ages. Best seller: Pizzas. So very special: The Very Happy, late Happy Hour. Pocket damage: Very affordable.