Key West Restaurant Reviews

Seems like every time the sun sets here in Key West there are two more restaurants opening and one closing. As a Key West local who loves great food of all types, I visit each of these places as they come and let you know if they should stay or go. I also revisit other places that come under new management or some of my favorites just because I like them.

My restaurant reviews are purely my opinion about the service, value and atmosphere of the place in comparison to other places in Key West as well as places I have enjoyed elsewhere. My visits are not pre-informed nor reserved by name, so the effect is that of any ordinary person walking in to a particular restaurant and receiving services and food. The way a review should be.

The Latest Restaurant Review Are Listed First.

Tiki Torch
Tiki Torch During Sunset at Kaya’s Island Eats Photo: Steven Lamp

Located In Key West and Stock Island 

Located Just Up The Road From Key West

Check Out All My Key West Restaurant Reviews Here…

Subscribe to my blog and keep up with the latest in places I have visited. 

Dear Restaurant Owners 

Key West is a tourist destination. Tourists come here to experience what we as locals live everyday and they make up a large majority of Key West restaurant patronage. Often, the restaurant is the only taste a tourist takes home with them. I try to help them  by sharing my personal dining experiences.

I will not accept free meals to visit your place. Invitations are fine and a locals discount would be great but the reviews I share here must be non-biased to best serve our island visitors. Your offers are much appreciated. Thanks. :).

For those owners that do not like my reviews, may I suggest that  you have a chat with your staff and see what you can do to obtain a more consistent service which will benefit our guests and you as well in the long run. I do not come to nit-pick and I do get it when things just go wrong. But, there are no excuses for bad service, improperly cooked meals or sloppy atmosphere unless that is what your marketing suggests.