Eclectic Cuisine in the BVI

During your travels through the Virgin Islands, expect to come upon a variety of places to eat. When your preference is eclectic food, you can't afford to miss the restaurants known for this style of cooking. And luckily, guests will have access to a pretty good variety of places where you can order dishes prepped in this style.

With many options, from the informal attitude beloved by guests of Peg Leg Landing to the inviting dinner and lunch at CalaMaya, you might come across a dish worthy of multiple plates-full.

Below, pursue the wide selection of eclectic eateries throughout the Virgin Islands. Find the one that makes your mouth water and click its name to read the full article about its location, style, and more.

The Crawl Pub

Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda | (800) 872-2392

The Crawl Pub, part of Bitter End Yacht Club, can be found in the general vicinity of Santu Patia; it is 6.1 miles to the northeast of Spanish Town. You'd be lucky to find yourself in Oil Nut Bay if your busy day calls for a satisfying serving of comfort food. The Crawl Pub is an open air establishment, located on what looks like a covered wooden deck. Views of the marina and tropical scenery make this a relaxed place to enjoy a meal. For a real treat, sometimes the Crawl Pub unrolls the high definition projection television against a nearby building for a big game or a movie.

Myett's Garden Grille

Cane Garden Bay, Tortola | (284) 495-9649

Myett's Garden Grille

Myett's Garden Grille is a part of Myett's, and is a logical selection for travelers thinking about visiting this part of Tortola. It's 2.6 miles west of Road Town. Fresh fish from the Virgin Islands' coasts and eclectic fare make a nice pair at this unique restaurant. 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.

Peg Leg Landing

Nanny Cay, Tortola | (284) 494-0028

Peg Leg Landing

Located 2.1 miles south west of downtown Road Town, Peg Leg Landing is on the premises of Nanny Cay Marina & Hotel. It is 2.1 miles south west of Road Town. Seafood (of course) and eclectic panache are a great pair at this informal place. Peg Leg Landing serves a variety of lunch and dinner items, such as pizzas and fresh seafood. Happy Hour includes complimentary snacks. With their large space, they're happy to host special functions with a menu designed to your liking.

Mine Shaft Cafe

Virgin Gorda | (284) 495-5480

Mine Shaft Cafe is a good option for people thinking about spending some time seeing the island; it is to the south-southeast of Spanish Town. Here's one sure-fire reason to visit Virgin Gorda for an unforgettable experience with the special: barbecue.

Anegada Reef Hotel Restaurant

Setting Point, Anegada | (284) 495-8002

Anegada Reef Hotel Restaurant is located in Setting Point, a neighborhood on Anegada; 19.4 miles to the north of Spanish Town. Sure to please everyone, Anegada Reef Hotel Restaurant isn't just eclectic food and salads, but here they're also dubbed a hotspot for sandwiches. Breakfast at the Anegada Reef Hotel Restaurant is your basic continental affair, while lunch rolls out a selection lite offerings including sandwiches, soups, and salads. For dinner, fresh fish from local fisherman can't be caught, and grill favorites like baby back ribs and steaks are just as delicious.

eclectic Restaurants
Name Location Island Type Phone Number
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
Calypso Cafe Downtown Road Town Tortola Eclectic (284) 494-8158
Fat Virgin's Cafe 2.2 mi. East of Central Santu Patia Virgin Gorda Caribbean, Eclectic (284) 495-7054
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
Winston's Bakery 2.1 mi. East-Northeast of Central Santu Patia Virgin Gorda Eclectic (284) 494-2746

You can't plan for it, but sometimes the best places to grab a bite in the Virgin Islands are the ones that you happen upon during your daytime travels. However, keeping at least a couple nice-looking restaurants in your travel plans, will prevent a desperate search for food. To find out even more regarding the types of food waiting for you, check out this page.


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