This may be too late for the benefit of "urbanegastrojedi" but it may be beneficial to others. For the last seven years my wife and I have spent two weeks on the greatest secret "foodie" island in the Caribbean. The island of Anguilla, BWI has quietly evolved into a real destination vacation site. First of all, there are pretty much only two things to do on Anguilla; 1) totally relax and avail oneself of some of the most gorgeous beaches in the Caribbean. 2) eat,eat,eat. We never stay at resorts, preferring the freedom to roam about the island poking into every interesting road, cul-de-sac or beach seeking out "new" eateries. Renting a villa and car gives one the chance to truly explore on your own whim. But, we do avail ourselves of the amenities at the various resorts(restaurants, spas, watersports) The resorts of Cap Juluca, Cuisinart, Malliouhana and Viceroy boast excellent restaurants and beach activities. If you are a "resorter" these places are amazing-and expensive! The real secret of Anguilla is that scattered all about the island are more restaurants run by CIA graduates or French chefs than can be tried in a months visit. Some of the best and of course most enduring are "Veya", "Barrel Stay", "Koal Keel", "Blanchards", "Straw Hat", "Altamer" and "Hibernia". And the "native" establishments must be added into the mix; "E's Oven", "Smokeys", "Olivers" and "Palm Grove" as a very small sample. Twenty plus years ago we began to vacation in the Caribbean in the months of Feb/March. We began in St. Johns and we were happy with the beach/food mix. Then the invasion of whole families took the bloom off. Tried various BVIs, Grenada, St. Lucia, St Martin and finally, Anguilla. None of the other islands had the combination we were searching for; Decent villas, great restaurants, good purveyors of needed foods(want to cook some too)(have our own contact for fresh lobsters in Anguilla) and as few people as possible! The snorkeling isn't as great as some places but the scuba is very good. In restrospect, I hate to tell alot of people about the island, it will end up like St. Johns. But the only business is tourism, and the downturn in the economy has affected them greatly. I would hate for any of these terrific resorts and restaurants to have to close. And you can always take the various ferries to St. Martin or St. Barths for a day trip.