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British Virgin Islands restaurants

The "British" in the BVI does not mean that you'll find bangers and mash alongside conch fritters on most menus (fish-and-chips, yes, though you're better off ordering grilled fish with peas 'n' rice). The well-off tourists that ply these blue waters support a robust dining scene, with some excellent Continental and Italian eateries complementing the West Indian–inspired fare. Foodies not staying aboard a boat will want to book hotels on Tortola and Virgin Gorda for their proximity to the BVI's best restaurants, such as Sugar Mill, Brandywine, and Biras Creek restaurant.

If you are chartering—especially in high season—get tuned into the mad rush of VHF radio calls for reservations each afternoon as boats race for prime moorings near popular restaurants. In addition to the fine dining, there are plenty of barefoot barbecue places such as Foxy's, Cooper Island Beach Club, and Cow Wreck Beach Bar. These spots generally trade in fresh-fish sandwiches and fritters. No matter what style of restaurant you choose, don't pass up Anegada lobster when it's in season (November through May).

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Sugar Mill Restaurant, Tortola

This elegant eatery—part of a fine small hotel of the same name—on Tortola's Little Apple Bay is one of the best restaurants in the Caribbean....more

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Foxy's, Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke

In an amazing testament to his people-pleasing personality and barefoot entrepreneurship, 2008 will mark the 40th anniversary of Philiciano “Foxy”...more

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Fat Virgin's Cafe, North Sound, Virgin Gorda

At the foot of Biras Creek resort, but operated separately by a group of island women, this is a great, casual lunch (or dinner) place to tether your boat...more

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Dog and Dolphin, Nail Bay, Virgin Gorda

A fun swim-up, poolside, Caribbean-side bar/restaurant with an echt West Indian bent, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner (until 9:00 p.m.). Lunch features...more

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Cow Wreck, Anegada

Once upon a time, a ship loaded with bovine bones came to grief on the extensive coral reef just off the coast of Anegada island. The name Cow Wreck stuck to...more

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Chez Bamboo, Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda

Expat American Rose Jiacinto's bistro is secreted in a quaint brightly painted gingerbread building. It has a lot of fans—for the candlelit dining room...more

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Capriccio di Mare, Road Town, Tortola

Across from the ferry dock in Road Town, this cute café with its shaded wooden terrace couldn't be handier—and the food's great. It's the...more

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Brandywine Bay, Tortola

Dining amid the candlelight of Brandywine Bay feels at once intimate and open. The three-tiered restaurant was built in an old home on the site of an...more

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Biras Creek, North Sound, Virgin Gorda

This chic resort's restaurant makes for a big night out—as long as you have the boat to get there. Set in a hilltop castlelike stone gazebo, this romantic...more

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Bath and Turtle, The Valley, Virgin Gorda

The place for a taste of the yachting/bareboat scene—or the essential stop if you're in said scene. Here's local and all-nation food—patties,...more

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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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