British Virgin Islands Restaurants
Whether at the most exclusive resort in the BVI or in a locally run beach bar, a wide
variety of high-quality dining options abound. The personal attention of the BVIslanders
and the colorful local cuisine are a perfect counterpoint for romantic getaways or for
those just in from a long day on the water. Not to be missed is the delectable Anegada
Lobster, a local delicacy that is as fresh as it is delicious, as well as many other top-notch
restaurants providing exquisite food with island flair.
- Boat Cruise at Bitter End Yacht Club:
Candle-light dinner at a restaurant; been there, done that. But how about your own private chef, sautéing fresh seafood caught that day in front of your very own eyes with the bright night’s stars as your candlelight. Take advantage of the calm waters and cool sea breeze in the British Virgin Islands with a dinner cruise. Not only will the view be out-of-this world, and after you’ve had your fill, enjoy an after-dinner nap while the waves rock you softly to dream land. Located on the island of Virgin Gorda, Bitter End is uniquely situated along a mile of shorefront on the protected waters of the North Sound.
Phone: 1-800-872-2392 / 1-284-494-2745
- Brandywine Bay Restaurant:
Located on the South shore of the Eastern end of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, Brandywine Bay Restaurant serves delectable dinners. Built on the site of an old gunnery and over looking the Sir Francis Drake Channel, the stonewalls, decorated with wrought iron gate here and there, and the flagstone floors set the tone and expectation for something extraordinary. Brandywine Bay Restaurant has kicked it up a notch with the menu changing nightly and containing only the freshest local fish, herbs and vegetables, as well as other exotic seasonal ingredients imported from around the world. The setting alone makes each and every romantic dinner over-the-top, but once the dishes are served, all five senses will agree that the Brandywine Bay Restaurant serves an unforgettable meal.
- Brisani’s on the Reef:
Here you can stimulate your senses with a savory burst of Caribbean spices prepared by culinary geniuses at Brisani’s on the Reef. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, some of the staple dishes include warm fisherman’s salad and lobster fettuccine. Honeymooners can enjoy the breathtaking waterfront dining as well as the tasty dishes.
Pirates do indeed exist at Corsairs. Everything about this place is Caribbean
and you will love it. Located right on the beach, Corsairs offers breakfast, lunch and
dinner. This friendly beach bar features an eclectic menu including Italian, Tex-Mex and
Caribbean. Live music, intoxicating libations, and tasty appetizers keep Corsairs hopping,
served from happy hour into the wee hours of the morning. Looking to unwind and enjoy
a night out, take your bootys to Corsairs.
- The Dove Restaurant:
Enjoy a martini under the shade of the mango tree or sip some champagne at the
luxurious bar while swaying to jazz. The exquisite menu changes every week and offers
innovative dishes prepared from both locally grown and imported ingredients that
provides a refreshing departures from other island restaurants.
- Giorgio’s Table Restaurant:
One comes to Giorgio’s to travel, to understand, to admire, and to savor food. Giorgio’s new cuisine is a combination of technique and traditions which have not yet disappeared. Along with the dishes, Giorgio’s offers a wine cellar that holds more than 250 Italian Wines, all of which are in the Top Wines in Wine Spectator. Let Giorgio take you along on an exceptional journey of food and wine.
- Sugar Mill Restaurant
Reknowned for its romantic atmosphere and culinary delights, the Sugar Mill Restaurant was named “One of the Twelve Most Romantic Dining Rooms in the World” by Conde Nast Concierge.com. Imagine dining by candlelight in a romantic 370 year old stone sugar mill with a tropical garden to add to the atmosphere.
Phone: 1-800-462-8834 / 1-284-495-4355