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

Island Life - - Island Dining -

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.

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