Reviews on Pub food in Road Town, Tortola, Caribbean. The former haunt of pirates, the Dutch and the English and Tortola's main town, Road Town is within reach of secluded beaches and hidden coves. The island displays the same leisurely pace as other British Virgin Islands, with festivals and regattas across the calendar. Helicopter and sea charters and diving are popular activities. On land, the ruins of Fort Burt and the still functioning Callwood Rum Distillery provide fun daytrips. Catch a cab between sights or rent a car to get out of town.
Things to do in Road Town
4 based on 24 reviews
As if the location is not enough, eating delicious food while looking out at the spectacular turquoise hues of Apple Bay and the islands of the BVI with service from friendly and professional servers and a visit from Mary, the owner, makes for a wonderful lunch respite. While undertaking the serious business of relaxation at the Sugar Mill, ice cold beer was the drink of choice for us but offerings include wine and exotic libations as well. They serve an excellent Cheeseburger in Paradise and also recommend the Conch Fritters and Calamari. Try trading sauces, I preferred the key lime sauce that came with the calamari on my conch fritters and the red sauce that came with the conch fritters on my calamari. But that is just my personal taste and both sauces were delicious! I can think of no better way to spend a leisurely lunch time than at the Islands Beach Bar!
3 based on 207 reviews
Our waterfront Seaside Grille is open seven days a week from 8.00am to 10pm. Serving American and Caribbean cuisine. We are famous for our fresh local lobster, homemade soups, Chicken, Fish. Our happy hour serves delicious snacks, buckets of beer, and ble
Newly rebuilt and lovely. Call for reservation to be able to sit sea side. Went several times and food good with great views of sunset. Fish fritters were something new and quite delicious, unlike conch fritters, crispier and an appetizer portion with salad makes a good meal. Their conch stew is also very good. One time the service was slow, but it is not usually. Key Lime pie very good and they offer a shot of local rum, which is a nice touch.Thank you for your review, much appreciated.
3 based on 16 reviews
We've been to Tony's (previously called Stanley's) on several occasions in the past - and it had always been great. No more. This was hands-down the worst restaurant experience of my life. It ran the full spectrum of bad: Slow service, Surly waiters, messed-up orders, expensive, etc. A waiter actually physically threatened one of our friends at the table - it almost got ugly. It was so bad, some of us got up and left before we ever got our order. Don't go here. Don't go to Cane Garden Bay. Cannot say enough bad things about Tony's and Cane Garden Bay.
4 based on 73 reviews
We have a friend in BVI who is a charter captain and this was his recommendation. It's a super place to watch the sunset, the service was way above the standard (slow) of the BVI, and the barbecue was yummy. $18 for 1 meat and $24 for 2 meats. I'd recommend getting 2 meats and splitting a dinner-----more than enough. Music starts around 7 and the evening is a wonderful beachside experience.
3 based on 104 reviews
As mentioned in other reviews, this place has seating that looks out over the marina. We were there for dinner. Food quality and service was at or just below average and was not equal to the price that was paid. We had to pay cash as the "lines were broken".
4 based on 630 reviews
Pusser's Pub is where everybody has a drink, close to all of the action and boats in Road Town. Not spectacular food or service, but the character of the place is great, and usually some interesting patrons back from sailing charters.
4 based on 119 reviews
The Cabernet Bar and Grill, previously know as The Grand Cafe and La Cabanon now under new ownership since Jan 2014. Great food prepared nightly on our outside Grill. Fresh Fish, Butchers Cut meats, Daily Specials. The best service Island wide, superb atm
Very popular with the ex-pat community as well as tourists. Had lunch, dinner and drinks here on different occasions. Casual, spit & sawdust type place, but relaxed and friendly. Close to the ferry terminal, on the opposite side of the road. Good service. Quiche and croque monsieur at lunchtime were both, large tasty portions. Shepherd's pie at dinner was ditto.
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