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Meals in the Falklands are primarily traditional British. Fish and chips, roast beef, mutton and copious amounts of tea are standard fare. There are some Spanish influences such as Milanesa and Casuala. While in camp many of the lodges provide home-cooked meals in very generous portions and their food is generally better than is found in Stanley's pubs and eateries. However, to be completely fair Stanley does have a few good restaurants.

Serving local fresh fish and chips and 100% home-made local beef burgers as part of their extensive menu, Deanos Bar is located in the centre of town at 40 John Street. Saint Helenian curries and fish-cakes are also firm favourites with residents.

Situated near the Public Jetty in the centre of Stanley, Falklands Brasserie serves modern Falklands cuisine using fresh local quality ingredients in a comfortable environment. During the tourist season the Brasserie operates an 'Express Menu' for fast and efficient service without compromising quality or service.

Just a minutes walk from the Public Jetty, Michele’s Café menu includes local fish and chips and home-made burgers to eat in or takeaway. A wide range of home-made cakes and biscuits are also available for a traditional Falklands “smoko”.

The Lighthouse Seamens Centre is situated to the East of Stanley near the floating dock known as FIPASS and has a wide view of the harbour. The Centre's main aim is to provide for fishermen and seafarers but the wider community are catered for and enjoy the comfortable café with seating for 36 people and two lounge areas. A wide range of home-made foods including cakes, biscuits, snacks and wholesome meals are available including a daily special from Wednesday to Sunday.

Providing friendly service in comfortable surroundings Millers Bar & Restaurant has an extensive menu of home cooking and offers a true taste of the Falklands with their speciality of grilled lamb chops and locally grown vegetables. Millers in the centre of town is popular locally for Sunday lunch. Specials advertised daily and children accompanied by an adult are welcome until 9pm Tuesday to Friday. Pizza night every Wednesday. Closed Mondays. Lunch served from midday until 2pm and evening meals from 5-8pm.

A family diner with home style favourites for every taste, Shorty’s Diner is situated in West Hillside. It offers a full menu of traditional classics and seat up to 52 with wheel chair ramp access and baby changing facilities. Open 10 am to 8:30 pm weekdays and 10 am to 8 pm weekends.

Woodbine Café is the longest running café in the Falklands, serving the local people for 26 years. Located on Fitzroy Road the café is based on an English style fish and chip shop serving locally caught fish. The extensive menu includes family favourites such mushy peas, burgers pies and pizza, all of which are home-made on the premises. The café is suitable for children and is licensed to serve beer and wine with meals.

The Globe is just 50 metres from the Public Jetty and a favourite with seafarers, whether cruise ship visitors or crew from Navy ships and boasts a traditional British style pub experience. A pub menu is available which includes local fish and chips with waitress table service on cruise ship days.

 

 
 

 



 


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