Located next to the entrance to the Baths National Park the Top of The Baths is a great breakfast spot with beautiful view overlooking the Baths. The food and service is consistently good. Lunches are usually very busy as this is a popular destination with cruise ship tourists. topofthebaths.com
Located on a small beach across past the roundabout, Coco Maya is the trendiest of all the dining options on the island. Known for Asian influenced small plates and sushi style dishes the food and service are excellent. The bar and restaurant is open air and very attractively designed and decorated. Very good wine list and a nice selection of specialty cocktails. Reservations Recommended. www.cocomayarestaurant.com
Located across the street from the marina shopping plaza just south of the ferry dock the Bath and Turtle is a local meeting spot for breakfast and lunch. Nice breakfast selections with daily specials. Local dishes, pizza, sandwiches and salads round out their offerings for lunch and dinner. www.bathandturtle.com
Located within the Nail Bay Estates and Resort, this restaurant has a tropical romantic setting and serves Caribbean fare including conch fritters, jerk ribs and Anegada lobster. https://www.sugarcane.vg/
The local spot is known for their BBQ and open air setting with breathtaking views of North Sound.
Located in the Leverick Bay Resort & Marina this laid back beach bar serves pizza, wings, burgers and more. Nightly entertainment and famous Jumbies party on Friday nights. Great spot for an afternoon cocktail. Free taxi service available and Friday night shuttle from the Valley.
Located on the second floor terrace at the Leverick Bay Resort & Marina, this restaurant offers loocal seafood specialties, Anegada lobster & steaks. Good wine seletions. Reservations recommended. www.leverickrestaurant.com
Located just before the main ferry terminal the Little Dix Resort is an iconic property in the BVI. Little Dix boast four food and beverage options: Sugar Mill, Pavilion, Reef House and Rum Room. All of them offer very different cuisines from one another and outside guests must make reservations in order to dine anywhere on the property. This is a very upscale resort and as so commands some of the most expensive menu offerings you will find on Virgin Gorda. With that said we do recommend a visit to atleast one of them during your stay if you are celebrating a special occasion. https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/little-dix-bay-virgin-gorda
Located on a remote beach/marina near the Leverick Bay Marina. This restaurant has a quality reputation for their cuisine and atmosphere. It is only accessible by water taxi which they provide from the Gun Creek Marina.
Located across the North Sound on a remote beach/marina. The Bitter End boast four food and beverage options: The Bouy Room, Reef Sampler, The Clubhouse and the Bitter End Barista. All of them offer a great variety of local fair and they have a great reputation. It is very popular with the boating community and is only accessible by ferry which they provide from the Gun Creek Marina. Visit their website for a ferry schedule.
Located across the North Sound literately built on a big rock and across from the Bitter End Yacht Club this restaurant offers a wide menu selection and buffet options. It has a rich and storied history and is a must visit spot along with the Bitter End when visiting Virgin Gorda. It too has a very good reputation and is very popular with the boating community and only accessible by ferry which they provide from the Gun Creek Marina. Visit their website for a ferry schedule.
Located past Saba Rock through North Sound this restaurant is part of a very high end development called Oil Nut Bay. It too has a very good reputation but is probably one of the pricier options on the island. It is only accessible by ferry which they provide from the Gun Creek Marina. Visit their website for a ferry schedule.