Eat and Drink in British Virgin Islands
Why are the foods of the Virgin Islands so well-loved? Because the Caribbean cuisine is tasty and satisfying! Local dishes are extremely popular with visitors as well as the local people. After all, one of the best ways to experience an exotic location is through your stomach and your taste-buds! Some of the local foods include- Fungi, Callaloo, Johnnycak, Pates, Roti, Jerk and others. It would be a pity to miss out on trying one of the delicacies!
CocoMaya is Virgin Gorda’s newest restaurant, bar and cocktail lounge – fusing elegance on a white sand beach. Enjoy an exotic blend of Asian and Latin cuisines with creative twists such as: Spicy Calamari Salad and our Tempura Shrimp Lettuce Wraps; or try our Sushi, including our famous CocoMaya roll.
Pirates Bight offers great food in the remote location of Norman Island. Stop here while sailing the BVI and be pleasantly surprised by the great quality of food and service.
Overlooking Road Harbor on the waterfront in the heart of Road Town the BVI’s capital, Pusser’s has long been Tortola’s meeting place for locals and visitors alike. The food is excellent, and the prices a real bargain.
Tucked away from the noise of the capital, you will find this comfy, airy setting where locals and tourists alike come to enjoy savory dishes from diverse menus. Sugarcane features some of the finest local, as well as classically inspired dishes.