While staying in the Virgin Islands, you'll have the privilege of deciding between a wide range of quick-service, sit-down, and fine dining establishments. Fans of eclectic cuisine should pay attention to the restaurants serving this favorite. Luckily, you're likely to come across several places where you can order dishes prepped in this style.
With everything from the very casual atmosphere at The Crawl Pub to the lingering deliciousness of dinner and lunch at Virgin Queen, there's a menu for every traveler and even for a memorable date night.
Take a moment to get a taste for the wide selection of restaurants serving eclectic cuisine available in the Virgin Islands. See one that catches your eye? Click its name to read more about its ambiance, specialties, and nearby things to do.
Myett's Garden Grille is located at Myett's, and is a good option that's worth considering if you're visiting this section of Tortola. If you're curious, Road Town is two and a half miles (four and a half kilometers) to the east. Fabulously fresh fish and eclectic cuisine are made for each other at this favorite restaurant. <p>An extensive menu comes out of the kitchen headed by award-winning chef Brian Wasbaur. Garden and Grille Restaurant serves fresh seafood and a menu of International favorites often grilled right before your eyes. The carte du jour covers everything from hamburgers to fruit platters, vegetarian dishes to grilled shrimp, steak and tuna but the consommé made of fresh Anegada lobsters is the major attraction. Anything grilled is done so right before your eyes. The dining experience here is sure to enhance the joie de vivre in you. Some restaurant favorites include coconut shrimp, jerk chicken, eggs benedict, and roasted duck with tamarind glaze. Don't forget dessert! The mango cheese cake is to die for.</p>
The Crawl Pub, which is on the premises of Bitter End Yacht Club, is located in the general vicinity of Santu Patia; it is six miles (ten kilometers) to the northeast of Spanish Town. Patrons that are compelled to eat comfort food will thoroughly love stopping here during a visit to Oil Nut Bay. <p>An International array of offerings from shepard's pie to burgers and hot wings are available.</p>
Located 3.8 miles northeast of Coral Bay, Fort Recovery Restaurant is on the premises of Fort Recovery Beachfront Villas, and is a popular choice for you to consider if you're going to spend time visiting this hamlet or the surrounding area. It is 4.6 miles south west of Road Town. For those times when you're thinking about darn good eclectic food in a setting that makes you comfortable, this simple restaurant is a safe bet. <p>The restaurant is set garden-side, next to the pool, and although it is not directly on the beach there is a bit of a water view. With just 15 tables, the ambiance is very peaceful, and guests dine amid lush gardens of mango trees, frangipani, and breadfruit trees on a deck alongside a building of cedar shingles with a pitch roof.</p>
Situated 2.1 miles south west of downtown Road Town, The Genaker is on the premises of Nanny Cay Marina & Hotel, and is a logical choice worth considering if you are thinking about going to this neighborhood or nearby. It is 2.1 miles south west of Road Town. Considering this is an informal place to have a meal, it's convenient, plus great for quicker, quality meals. <p>The Genaker starts off the day with a lavish breakfast buffet. At lunch, order from the menu or selection of daily specials. Happy Hour specials are featured in the late afternoon and early evening. In the high season, The Genaker also serves dinner, including a wine list.</p>
Set in downtown Road Town, Virgin Queen is a logical selection for travelers exploring this neighborhood. Thinking about Caribbean food, and definitely need some pizza? Actually, either way remember the name Virgin Queen and make it the one thing you both agree on. <p>The specialty item at Virgin Queen is the Queen's Pizza. The pizza is comprised of sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, and cheese on a crispy crust. Other options include barbecue and English favorites like bangers and mash.</p>
|Anegada Reef Hotel Restaurant||0.0 mi. Northeast of Central Setting Point||Anegada||Eclectic||(284) 495-8002|
|CalaMaya||1.0 mi. South of Central Parham Town||Tortola||Eclectic||(284) 495-2126|
|Downtown Road Town||Tortola||Eclectic||(284) 494-8158|
|Fort Recovery Restaurant||3.8 mi. Northeast of Central Coral Bay||Tortola||Eclectic||(284) 541-0955|
|LSL Bake Shop & Restaurant||Virgin Gorda||Virgin Gorda||Eclectic||(284) 495-5151|
|Mine Shaft Cafe||1.3 mi. South-Southeast of Central Spanish Town||Virgin Gorda||Eclectic||(284) 495-5480|
|Myett's Garden Grille||0.1 mi. South-Southwest of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||Caribbean, Eclectic||(284) 495-9649|
|Peg Leg Landing||2.1 mi. South West of Central downtown Road Town||Tortola||Eclectic||(284) 494-0028|
|Sugar Mill Restaurant||2.1 mi. South West of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||Caribbean, Eclectic||(284) 495-4355|
|The Crawl Pub||2.1 mi. East-Northeast of Central Santu Patia||Virgin Gorda||Eclectic||(800) 872-2392|
|The Genaker||2.1 mi. South West of Central downtown Road Town||Tortola||Eclectic||(284) 494-2512|
|Top of the Baths||1.6 mi. South-Southwest of Central Spanish Town||Virgin Gorda||Caribbean, Eclectic, International||(284) 495-5497|
|Virgin Queen||Downtown Road Town||Tortola||Caribbean, Eclectic, English||(284) 494-2310|
|2.1 mi. East-Northeast of Central Santu Patia||Virgin Gorda||Eclectic||(284) 494-2746|
Visitors often find that the best places to grab a bite in the Virgin Islands are those that you casually come across while walking around during the day. That being said, that doesn't mean you can't learn about dining in a particular region in advance. To find out more about the dining options available to you, check out this page.
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