Falkland Islands Restaurants
Dominated by Great Britain for more than 400 years, the Falklands' culinary tradition is deeply anglicized. The British who settled here hundreds of years ago were not fishermen by trade, importing sheep instead. Lamb and mutton are still front and center on any menu, although, this being an island, fish dishes—and, of course, fish and chips—are abundant. You'll also find plenty of fresh salads and heartier foods for the chilly weather. All in all, the food is very close to what you'd find at home.