There are a lot of restaurants to chose from on Roatán, one several different price levels. Below, we will list just a few examples to get you started. As always, it is a good idea to check up in advance before your trip if you have your heart set on a specific restaurant, since the restaurant business is prone to quick changes.
Generally speaking, you will find the largest abundance of restaurants (and bars serving food) in West End and West Bay, but the largest town Coxen Hole is of course also home to a respectable number of eateries.
Dix Halfway Inn, in West End
Located behind the Baptist church in Halfmoon Bay, this place comes with a great ocean view. The restaurant is renowned for their seafood, including the ceviche.
Cafe Escondido, in West End
Located above West End Divers. Has affordable fresh daily specials and a sandwich menu. Second floor is recommended for the sea view.
Ooloonthoo Restaurant, outside West End
At the time of writing, this is the only Indian restaurant on Roatán. Reservation required. Air-conditioned. It is located at Mangrove Bight.
Hangover Hut, West Bay
Famous for their high-qaulity half-pound burgers with excellent fries. Other examples of available comfort foods are Canadian poutine, pork wraps, and Philly cheese chicken. Just a few minutes from West Bay Beach.
JavaVine Cafe & Wine Bar, in West Bay Beach Mall
A good choice if you want a big wine list and/or really good coffee. Pizza, tapas, sandwiches, and pastries. A short walk from West Bay Beach.
Gio´s, in French Harbour
French Harbour is off the beaten path for most tourists, but Gio´s seafood is worth the trip.
Hole in the Wall
This is an adventure and a bit of a hidden gem. You must go to “the other side” of the island, and then catch a water taxi to get to Hole in the Wall. Jonesville is one example of a spot where you can find suitable water transport. Hole in the Wall serves up all-you-can-eat lobster and steak on Wednesdays and Sundays.