Little Corn Island restaurants

Top Choice International in Little Corn Island

Darinia's Kitchen

For a truly local experience in the Village, reserve an evening meal at this ambitious and eclectic supper club. Self-taught Managua transplant Darinia cooks up a four-course feast that can easily accommodate vegeta…
Top Choice International in Little Corn Island

Desideri

Boasting the most interesting menu in the Village, this popular restaurant overlooking the water tempts hungry travelers with authentic Italian pastas, tasty burritos and the house specialty, lobster Thermidor. Ther…
Top Choice Cuban in Little Corn Island

Habana Libre

Long considered the Corn Islands’ best restaurant, this Cuban-run kitchen serves up outstanding plates of fish, shrimp, roast pork and ropa vieja (a Cuban shredded-beef delicacy) on a smart dining patio. But the abs…
Top Choice Nicaraguan in Little Corn Island

Comedor Bridget

Pull up a chair on the porch of this converted family home and order the superb salt-dusted, lightly fried fish and a cold beer. Alternatively, try its mind-bogglingly good shrimp coconut curry or the great-value lo…
Caribbean in Little Corn Island

Turned Turtle

Escape to the far side of the island and enjoy a meal on the sand with the waves crashing at your feet. Here it's all about Caribbean hospitality, and you can't go wrong with dishes including pork sliders, parmesan-…
International in Little Corn Island

Zen Den

This cool little spot near Little Corn's wharf is a great place to get breakfast before setting off on the 6am-daily panga to Great Corn. It does excellent smoothies, easily the best wraps on the island, and its bre…
Nicaraguan in Little Corn Island

Rosa’s

This humble comedor on the trail between the Village and Iguana Beach is a fine spot for breakfast and has vegetarian pastas and coconut curries, as well as other typical local dishes.
Bakery in Little Corn Island

Baker Shop Gloria

Delicious and moist banana, ginger and coconut breads are just some of the highlights of this super-simple local bakery. It's a great option for a cheap and filling backpacker breakfast.
Nicaraguan in Little Corn Island

El Bosque

A simple sand-floored comedor surrounded by greenery, El Bosque serves up good breakfasts and filling portions of local specialties to hungry travelers.