great location. very casual/laid back. gotta have the full monty!! other sandwiches we had were also good. good for breakfast/lunch.
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I had breakfast here the morning before a flight back home, and the omelet was wonderful. Coffee was self-serve and the place definitely has a low-key, laid-back Island vibe.
They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Very casual place. There are few places to eat on Beef Island and this is the best one. Many travelers use this cafe while waiting for boat transfer to Necker Island. I like the chicken roti and jerk chicken....More
i moved here 7 years ago and the first beer i had in the bvi was at the cybercafe,and since then i have had enough mahi sandwiches to take me on a weeks holiday to necker island,i have never had a bad one yet,hope i...More
Had a great breakfast and service was wonderful. The pancakes were a hit! They will cook just about anything, providing they have the ingredients on hand. There bread is amazing put be aware they slice it very thickly! We had lots of bread left over...More
Don't be fooled by the casual, local, open air simplicity. We stopped for a quick cocktail at this beach front cafe, but upon reading the chalkboard menu, we were intrigued by the unique dishes being offered and decided to try it. We were not disappointed!...More
When you have a need to get on WiFi, this is a pleasant stop and the coffee is quite good. Free WiFi with the purchase of food or drinks.
We had the Mahi and Snapper snadwiches on the 7 grain homemade bread...great meal. The place was not touristy and had quite a few locals eating there.. We tend to like more of the off the beaten path places and this fits that description. Drinks...More
Go hungry the portions are generous! The Trellis Bay Cybercafe is quirky. The service was really slow, but well worth the wait.
Mediocre at best, we stopped here for coffee and a breakfast snack just to stop and take in the surroundings. The service was less than stellar which I don't understand as is an "artist" colony where one would think people would be a bit more...More