Our restaurants are currently closed due to the effects of hurricane Irma and Maria


Watch out for our re-opening date



The Pavilions Bar.

Overlooking the sea and the beach and wonderful for watching sunsets and taking a relaxing drink before dinner, Pavilions combines the old stone buildings and multi level wooden gazebos into an area where you can relax in our comfortable sofas. Try a Yellow Bird, Pina Colada or a Cucumber G and T with some exotic nibbles and tapas. Don't miss our "Sundowner Hour " every day, where starting one hour before sunset, we celebrate the end of another wonderful day and the start of another velvet night with "Two for the Price of One" cocktails. View our ever changing cocktail list. New for 2016-7 try  a Camp Freddie , Midnight Encounter or the soon to be  famous Green Flash.



The Sugar Mill Restaurant 

The Sugar Mill Restaurant is set in the Rum House of the old Sugar Mill Estate.Two dining rooms make up the Sugar Mill Restaurant - the Terrace and the Rum House itself.  Once sugar cane was boiled here to make rum, and pieces of the old equipment and iron boiling pots are still on view. But now the emphasis is on memorable food, fine wine and a wonderful ambiance. At solid polished redwood tables decorated with the finest modern English china and surrounded by the 400 year old stone walls, lit mainly by candles, you will be served by our friendly and knowledgeable staff, many of whom have been here for many years. Local produce features strongly on our menus. Lobsters, conch and local fresh caught fish are complimented by succulent steaks, crispy pork bellies and coconut encrusted chicken breast. Not forgetting some spicy Caribbean specialities and a vegetarian selection.





The Terrace


Dining within the 400 year old stone walls of the Rum House - fabulous ambiance and great food



The Lobster doesn't come much fresher




The Bar 




New friends made at the Rum House


Our current menu is here

Our current wine list is here   





NOTE TO POTENTIAL DINERS :  The Sugar Mill is a fine dining restaurant where all food is cooked fresh to your order. We are uncompromising in our use of freshly cooked food and we do not pre cook, reheat or microwave dishes.

You should count on 2 hours or more for a 3 or 4 course dinner at the Sugar Mill. If your need is to eat quickly and be out regardless we respectfully suggest you eat elsewhere.

A 3 course meal at the Sugar Mill with wine is typically more than $60  per person. 

We have a $35 per person minimum for dinner.


You can book a table at the Sugar Mill Restaurant below

The Terrace Breakfast

Part of the Rum House, the Terrace lets you dine overlooking the beach and sea.  Breakfast is  served on the Terrace overlooking the beach and the Caribbean sea from 8-10.00 am Mon-

Sat. On Sundays we serve Brunch at the Beach Restaurant from 9.00am until 3.00pm.


From  2018 onward,  at the end of our secluded beach you will find Tramonti. Our European /Mediterranean themed, right on the water, beach restaurant. Cool breezes waft from the sea over the semi outdoor dining area. The vibe is buzzy, fun and relaxed. Enjoy Chicken Parmagiana, Buttered spaghetti  with shrimp, our unique Sqizzas,, great dinner salads and much more. Try Socca, the south of France 's answer to Pizza (and healthier). Some like it hot. Dare to sprinkle on some Tramonti Hot Oil. Our all new after Irma beach bar is the place to be for sunsets on the beach.  Be sure to arrive for pre dinner drinks at "Sundowner Hour", 5-6pm , and have two for the price of one drinks while you watch the spectacular sunset. [Tramonti is the Italian word for sunsets].  Tramonti is also where we serve lunch. See the Tramonti menu here. 

* Note: Sugar Mill 5 Star All inclusive guests may eat and drink at any of our restaurants. See Sugar Mill 5 Star all Inclusive details here

Dinner bookings are advised for non hotel guests. Book on line or on your mobile device at

Groups may be able to book the Terrace on certain dates.