English Cuisine in the BVI

If everywhere you go, you're always on the lookout for English food, don't pass up an opportunity to try some. Though there isn't a huge selection, you can find at least one place serving this kind of food in the Virgin Islands.

With many options, from the informal locale and ambiance of Virgin Queen to the restaurants whose regional delicacies are worth snapping pictures of, there's something in store for each guest and any style of vacation desired.

Below, check out the English restaurant you could be curious about as you explore. Does this choice catch your eye? Click its name to get further details about its style, hours, or even what the view will be like.

Virgin Queen

Downtown Road Town, Tortola | (284) 494-2310

Virgin Queen can be found in downtown Road Town, in the heart of Road Town. Patrons who want pizza will especially like dining here during a trip to downtown Road Town.

Virgin Queen is a sporty little hangout with a chill atmosphere.

Similar Food

If you seek even more options in this same genre, there are more options from this same flavor palette at local places like these:

Restaurants with Similar Cuisine
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Location Island
Capriccio di Mare (284) 494-5369 Italian Downtown Road Town Tortola
The Clubhouse at Frenchmans (284) 494-8811 French 2.9 mi. North-Northeast of Central Coral Bay Frenchman's Cay
Frenchman's Slipway Restaurant (284) 495-4684 French 2.7 mi. North of Central Coral Bay Frenchman's Cay
Le Grand Cafe (284) 494-8660 French Downtown Road Town Tortola
Charlie’s (284) 494-2333 Italian 0.3 mi. Northeast of Downtown Road Town Tortola
The Dove (284) 494-0313 French Downtown Road Town Tortola
French Deli (284) 494-4518 French Downtown Road Town Tortola
Giorgio's Table (284) 495-5684 Italian 2.2 mi. Northeast of Central Spanish Town Virgin Gorda
Brandywine Estate Restaurant (284) 495-2301 Mediterranean 1.9 mi. South-Southwest of Central Parham Town Tortola
Foxy's Taboo Restaurant (284) 495-0218 Mediterranean 1.6 mi. East of Central Great Harbour Jost Van Dyke

Sometimes, the most exciting food and drink options in the Virgin Islands are the ones that you casually come across while out visiting attractions and tourist hubs. But of course, that doesn't mean you can't know the names of particular restaurants ahead of time. To find out more about the types of food waiting for you, check out this page.


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