The Tamarind was recommended to us, and in particular a drink called "de lime in de coconut." The drink was quite good. We ordered a hummus and chips that were displayed in a way that my better half asked that I take a picture so...More
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We went there for some drinks and it turned out to be one of the best spots on tortola! Bar service was great, good cocktails and we had a nice swim in the big and clean pool, totally worth it!
We stayed at the Tamarind Club. The restaurant and bar are a secret local hangout. Good drinks, food and entertainment.
Our favorite Sunday morning stop when land based on Tortola. Relaxing , wonderful, family atmosphere where even the pets come out to play! the English breakfast is every hungry mans delight.
The owner doesn't supply the rooms with potable water. Get the trots or go out and buy your own (need a car). He hasn't kept up with maintenance. The shower did not drain. The door would not close tight and mosquitoes bit us at night....More
We enjoyed lunch on our first day on Tortola at Tamarind. We also stayed there overnight before chartering for a week. Their food is freshly prepared and is an island favorite for locals and visitors. The bar is great and Cat will serve up any...More
This is the best kitchen at the island ,Sunday is a great day to have brunch with your friends or family ,but try to get there early because it is very popular and gets crowded. Anything on the menu is delicious and don't forget to...More
Went for lunch on a week day. Waited a very long time to get our lunch. The omelet was $18! Really! My friends burger was undercooked so she sent it back. It returned cooked as she likes it but it was so salty she did...More
Great food and drinks! Really nice decorations inside and the staff is top notch. If it's still around you'll have to try the risotto!
We ate lunch here and really enjoyed it. There is no view of the ocean but the local/rustic/original vibe of the bar is refreshing. The fish and chips were excellent (and very large so can be split) complemented by a bushwhacker and you can't go...More