We had lunch in what would be called a Greasy Spoon in the States. In the BVI, it is Chicken Roti: awesome. Server: friendly and helpful.
Locals were in the restaurant, a good sign to us when we entered for lunch after a hot walk around town while our cruise ship was in port. We studied the day's specials, posted in chalk on a blackboard, and a list of house "juices."...More
We use this restaurant quite a lot, & have taken friends in who would usually go to more expensive restaurants, but they have enjoyed the friendly atmosphere, & good food. For a bet, I counted the number of items on the regular menu boards (over...More
MY fiance and I visited tortola for our pre-honeymoon, we wanted to experience the whole island feel, So our driver took us to this place. I had the roti and my fiance had oxtail.with rice and macaroni. The food was magnificent, i enjoyed it very...More
Our taxi driver recommended this place when we asked where the locals eat. It was delicious, inexpensive-comparably speaking-and the portions were big. I couldn't finish my meal though and the cook seemed to not understand why almost as if it had never happened before. I...More
But is was good not great, but a nice lunch off the boat. We both had the specials of the day: Bull Foot Soup, very nice with lot of gelatinous parts -- the whole point; oxtail stew with so so rice; and chicken roti with...More
Don't mind the outside; what's cooking in the inside will delight your palet. From souse and potato salad, broil ("boil" locally said) fish and provisions to mouth watering burgers (beef, fish, veggie) with the works and fries, nothing beats eating at Gloria's place.
I can't speak for everything on the menu, because the menu looked massive, but I will speak for what I tried. My friends and I stumbled upon this place while in search of some Conch and were recommended here by a local. Really nothing fancy...More
Don't be put off by the exterior. This is a local hangout just off Main Street that serves an excellent breakfast. (They also serve lunch but we have only eaten breakfast there; multiple times). The building looks a bit in need of repairs and it...More