Carribean

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Tierra! Tierra!
Scrub Island Resort
Scrub Island
British Virgin Islands

I needed a break from sailing so I persuaded my boyfriend to go to the Scrub Island Beach Resort on Scrub Island to stay for a night, which is a lovely 5 star resort. There are two places where you can eat in the resort the more casual, by the pool restaurant Tierra! Tierra! as well as the more upscale restaurant Caravela. We went to Tierra! Tierra! for lunch. 

 

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3.00

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Cooper Island Beach Club Restaurant Cooper Island
British Virgin Islands

We went to Cooper Island Beach Club Restaurant for both lunch and dinner. Cooper Island only has 1 restaurant and resort on it, the one that I review here, so if you are planning to go there, you will only have 1 option. Note I would not advise you mooring there and staying overnight though as the bay has no protection from the wind and the waves and I had my worst nights sleep on the boat in this island.

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2.00

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Willy T's
The Bight
Norman Island
British Virgin Islands

William Thornton or Willy T as the people who know it call it, is a floating boat that has one of the best bars in the British Virgin Islands and also a restaurant serving burger and seafood type of food. We went there for dinner and when we got there at 7.30 it was already super busy and we found it hard to find a place where to park our dinghy. On one side of the old boat is the bar, which was already buzzing at this time, but we went to the restaurant first.

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2.50

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Pirates Bight Norman Island
British Virgin Islands

I did not like this place at all. Pirates Bight is located on the Norman Islands in the British Virgin Islands, in the Bight, and from the outside it looks very welcoming, as it has deck chairs in front of the restaurant where people are relaxing, drinking beer and it is located just by the sea, so people are going swimming before, in between and after their meal. I went there for lunch and we had to wait a long time to be served, as all the waitresses did not acknowledge us. The menu is a mix of European and traditional West Indian food, so it has things like Greek salad, Burgers, Lobster, and also salad with smoked wahoo (a type of fish that lives in the Caribbean) which I ate, mahi mahi (another type of fish that lives there) sandwich, which is served with fries which my boyfriend had, as well as conch fritters, vegetable rotis and other things.

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1.50

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C&F Bar & Restaurant
Purcell, Road Town
Tortola
British Virgin Islands

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When we arrived in Tortola in the British Virgin Islands I spent a long time deciding where we should go for dinner. I had a choice to go to European (French, Italian) restaurant or to try West Indian food and I decided to try the latter. The place that looked the best according to my lonely planet guide was C&F Bar and Restaurant, so I decided to head there for dinner. The restaurant is located in Purcell Estate, off a main road and it is a bit hard to find it, if you don’t have a driver that knows where it is, so make sure if you take a taxi they will know where they are going, having said that most of the people will know as this is a restaurant that appearantly even the locals flock to and before the meal we were sitting in a bar next to our marina and the bartender said he has been there and likes it and said it was one of the best traditional restaurants.

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3.50

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Bitter End Yacht Club Grill
Bitter End
Virgin Gorda
British Virgin Islands

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When we arrived to the Bitter End bay on Virgin Gorda Island, a gentlemen came in a boat to collect our overnight mooring fee, and with him he also brought a sheet of paper saying that the Bitter End Yacht Club Clubhouse Grill has fresh Anegada lobster.

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3.00

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Fat Virgin's Cafe
North Sound, Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda
British Virgin Islands

The Fat Virgin’s café is the cheapest restaurant/ cafe in the Bitter End, a place in British Virgin Islands, on the Virgin Gorda Island, as all the other restaurants are much more expensive. We went there for a late lunch as our sailing company had recommended this place and the menu is very similar to other casual eating places in the BVI and features burger, seafood and some typical West Indian dishes. 

 

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2.00
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