A quaint little eatery located in the courtyard of the hotel, this spot is often frequented by guests staying on-site and those considered to be "in the know." The restaurant has been voted as having the "Best Breakfast" and the "Best Creative Cuisine" on the island by Virgin Island Daily News, so you know it's good.
Guests staying at the hotel enjoy a free continental breakfast of a fruit and biscuit plate for breakfast, while hot meals are available for a fee. In addition to biscuits and gravy, steak and eggs are also popular.
The unique thing about this restaurant is that there is a different cook every night of the week that specializes in a specific type of cuisine. This means theme nights are common like "Bowman Rib Wednesday," which is known for the best prime rib on the island. Starting September 15, 2014, their nightly line up is Mexican Monday, Local Caribbean from Ms. Joan who is famous for her rotis on Tuesdays, Italian on Thursdays, and Bistro eats featuring prime rib and a Thanksgiving-style dinner on Fridays.
Inn at Tamarind Court Restaurant is a bar and grill that offers Caribbean and International cuisines, as well as seafood. When it comes to dress code and level of service, this restaurant's setting is very casual. This dining option is on the table during both breakfast and dinner, so give it a try. You might discover some dishes that you fall in love with.
The restaurant offers courtyard dining that blends island charm with Intercontinental Cuisine. They can seat 50 in the court yard, but there is also seating at the bar. As an added bonus, they offer free parking to their guests.
This restaurant is part of Inn at Tamarind Court, which can be found in the heart of downtown Cruz Bay.
Feel free to combine dining experience with some excellent sightseeing possibilities by heading to one of the area's many attractions, such as Ivan Jadan Museum.
Something else to see during your time in this area is Cruz Bay Beach, a nearby beach, which is a suitable place to unwind after a meal.
For diners seeking out a restaurant with some similar types of food or a comparable price range, there is no lack of nearby places to pick from, including Driftwood David's.
Then of course, if you want something a little different, this part of St. John has an excellent list of restaurants, which serve all kinds of cuisine styles and menu items. For instance, you might also enjoy some other types of food at a proximal dining destination, like Extra Virgin Bistro, which is a short distance west.
On Thursdays and Fridays the chef offers three courses for $30, unless you request the prime rib, which is $40(USD).
Breakfast is served daily starting at 7:00 a.m., ending at 11:00 a.m. for most of the week but at noon on Sunday. Dinner service is from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Reservations are welcome. In addition to meal times, the bar is open all day and is a favorite locals hangout, with Happy Hour from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Cruz Bay, St. John
Phone: (340) 776-6378
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