British Virgin Islands
Restaurants in British Virgin Islands
With fresh ingredients from the sea and the lush land, you can expect restaurants in the British Virgin Islands to serve delicious food that needs no elaborate preparations –the natural flavors just shine through. Many restaurants have a view of the ocean or are located right next to it, which immediately makes your experience even more enjoyable.
At Tortola’s Sugar Mill hotel, the award-winning restaurant is set inside the 400-year-old stone sugar mill that houses the hotel, and decorated with Caribbean artwork, making for a unique setting. Expect the freshest lobster, oysters, shrimp and salmon on the nightly changing menu.
As one of the most popular restaurants in the British Virgin Islands, the Fat Virgin’s Café in Virgin Gorda serves Caribbean fusion fare, such as guava-glazed baby back ribs, grilled wahoo fish and Key Lime Cheesecake, using fresh, local ingredients and homemade sauces. Set in a cute, colorful seaside shack, it’s perfect for a casual lunch or dinner.
This restaurant, once a a training ground for New England Culinary Institute students, continues to impress with its bountiful lunch and dinner menus (think: grilled pork chop with jerk mango aoli, island-style mahi mahi and Anegada conch fritters).
Stop by for a Thursday night beach barbecues and jam sessions.
The restaurant sits on the water near the Biras Creek resort and has a casual atmosphere and a basic menu (roti, conch fritters).
The menu at the elegant restuarant is haute Caribbean with Asian accents.