Asian Cuisine in the BVI

If you find yourself in the mood for Asian food, don't pass up a chance to indulge yourself. Though not terribly plentiful, there are a couple of places in the Virgin Islands offering meals in this style.

From the very casual attitude at Ginny's to the neighborhood eateries whose decades-old preparations will melt in your mouth, you could encounter a dish worth sending a postcard about.

Take time to pursue the small set of popular Asian eateries you'll have the chance to check out as you're out on the town. For each option that interests you, click the name to see more important info about its specialties, style, and what you can do nearby.

Chez Bamboo

Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda | (284) 495-5752

Set along the western outskirts of Spanish Town, Chez Bamboo is a good choice for guests exploring this town and areas nearby. You'd be lucky to find yourself in Spanish Town when you're feeling like a knock-out serving of tapas. <p>New Orleans inspired jazz music sets the tone for a fun and funky time at this restaurant. The ambiance at Chez Bamboo is bright and the decor is eclectic. While each table is elegantly set with fine linens, the walls are decorated in bright colors and striking murals as well as neon lit palm trees.</p>


Road Town, Tortola | (284) 494-2333

Located northeast of downtown Road Town, Ginny's is on the premises of Mooring-Mariner Inn. Though they're broadly known for Asian cuisine, the kitchen at Ginny's boasts about their coffee and sandwiches. <p>During the coffee shop hours, there are numerous coffee flavors, pastries, sandwiches, and homemade Italian gelato available. For dinner on Friday and Saturday, when Asian is the theme, there is a mixture of Japanese, Thai, and Indian cuisine.</p>

Kong Ming Asian Terrace

Tortola | (284) 495-1174

Tourists who have fallen in love with Asian food will like this restaurant. Take down their info in case you're in their neighborhood.

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CocoMaya Restaurant

You may crave something slightly different, in which case you will find similarly satisfying flavors at restaurants like The Dove and CocoMaya Restaurant, which both offer up Asian Fusion preparations.

Some of the best food and drink options in the Virgin Islands are the ones you find suddenly during your daytime travels. However, noting the addresses of a few delicious-sounding restaurants on your schedule, means even your fall-back options are good ones. To learn much more concerning the kinds of food waiting for you, check out this page.


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