The British Virgin Islands are a delight for epicureans, and the restaurants there offer everyone plenty of options. From fresh-caught seafood (a local favorite), and traditional Caribbean faire, to French cuisine and even a little bit of Americana, for those in the mood for some home-style comfort food – there’s truly something for every palate.
Virgin Gorda’s Biras Creek Resort consistently receives high marks from gourmands. This reservations-required, high-end eatery seeks out the best chefs that the island has to offer, and the menu changes nightly. What remains constant, however, is Biras Creek’s wonderful view of North Sound, and their commitment to creative, delicious dining.
One of Tortola’s most exquisite dining experiences, Brandywine Bay Restaurant has earned a reputation for serving up some of the British Virgin Islands’ finest Italian food. Guests at this noteworthy Florentine-style eatery laud it for its romantic atmosphere, fresh ingredients, and homemade pasta and mozzarella cheese.
No discussion of the BVI dining experience would be complete without giving Foxy’s Tamarind Bar a nod. Located on fun-loving Jost Van Dyke, Foxy’s was opened in the late 1960s, and has long been a popular hotspot for boaters and tourists. The Tamarind Bar is known for many things, including its charismatic namesake, who regularly performs Calypso music there; the tropical cocktails; and its excellent menu, which includes burgers and fresh-caught seafood.