Posh Places to Brunch in the BVI

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When you’re out in the British Virgin Islands on vacation or you’re fortunate enough to live there, your experience is not complete until you brunch at the poshest restaurants.

There are several great places to have a unique brunch experience like you have never had. Read on to find out our top posh places to brunch in the BVI.

Top 5 Brunch Places in the BVI

From Long Bay to Coco Maya, you and your friends can enjoy delicious meals. See more on these brunch places below.

1.     Brandywine Estate Restaurant

Source: Brandywine Estate Restaurant

Brandywine Estate Restaurant just might be BVI’s best-kept secret. Meals served in this little slice of paradise can only be described as a delicious slice of heaven.

At Brandywine, you’re sure to enjoy good food, breathtaking views, and a great ambiance. Each meal is created with love by the Chef who owns and runs the restaurant with his wife. They treat every guest like royalty and thoroughly explain the menu to help you make the best meal choices. It is really no wonder we keep going back.

You can choose from a mouthwatering selection of French and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Of course, seafood is not excluded from this mix. Whatever catches your fancy, from pan-fried Salmon to Fruits de Mer, you can find on the menu.

If you’re looking for a great place to take pictures as you dine, the sheltered terrace and garden are ideal locations.

2.    Long Bay Restaurant

Source: Long Bay

If you’re in the Long Bay Beach Resort or anywhere around, you should try one of the restaurants for brunch. You will certainly come back more than a few more times. The 1748 Restaurant on Long Bay Beach Resort is located in an 18th-century sugar mill.

This gives you an original fine dining experience that you cannot find anywhere else. The meals are prepared using fresh vegetables and herbs from the Long Bay Beach Resort garden.

If you’re looking for a place to relax and unwind peacefully, the 1748 Restaurant should be your first choice. However, if you prefer a lighter brunch: coffee, tea, pastries, fruits, smoothies, you should stop by at the 1748 Coffee Shop.

You can get refreshed by the freshly baked pastry and organic juices offered there.

3.    Nova Restaurant 

Source: Nova Restaurant

Nova Restaurant on the Oil Nut Bay promises a feast for all of your senses when dining there, and they sure make good on their promise. The restaurant is built over the water on the bay, so you feel the sea breeze and unwind as you look out at the water.

If you have had a lazy morning where you slept in, having brunch at Nova Restaurant is certainly going to wake you up. The dishes served have the freshest flavors and great taste.

You can choose from a selection of global dishes made with locally grown produce as far as the nature of the meal permits. Your holiday is not complete without a drink that makes you look like you’re having fun.

Nova Restaurant offers the best-handcrafted cocktail and wine to do just that!

4.    Sugarcane Restaurant

Source: Sugarcane Restaurant

The Sugarcane Restaurant in Nail Bay is one of our top places for brunch in the BI because of several things. First, the stunning view of the Caribbean seascape is accompanied by local flavors that make your taste buds sing.

If you prefer to have brunch in a place that exudes the local spirit and makes your heart come alive, this is just the right place to dine. From freshly-caught tuna to sandwiches and pasta, you have a myriad of choices for brunch.

Vegetarian meals are available on the menu, and gluten-free food is available on request. Also, if you’re coming along with kids, you can order some great meals off the kids’ menu.

5.    Coco Maya

Source: Coco Maya

If beach chic is your style, Coco Maya is a place you would love to have brunch. This restaurant overlooks the water on the Francis Drake Channel and Tortola.

When you’re looking to take your day slowly and don’t have any activities lined up, you can sit back, relax and enjoy a lazy brunch with your friend, family, partner, or by yourself.

The cuisine is a fusion of Southeast Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean. The menu offers regular street food with an exotic touch that is sure to thrill your tastebuds.

If you’re with your family or a large group, you can get larger sharing plates and heap them with Pad Thai, or the Skirt Steak with Crispy Tempura Onions, and Chimichurri Sauce.

Wrap-Up

Ready to brunch in the BVI? Take your pick: Brandywine, Long Bay Restaurant, Coco Maya, Sugarcane, or Nova. Whether you choose one or all, you’re sure to have a great posh dining experience. Be sure to be social and tag us in your post @caribbeanposh. Maybe you’ll even catch us at one of the tables some time. Don’t forget to mask up and follow all the current #COVID guidelines. Should you be unable to dine in person, support your favorite restaurant by ordering take-out. #staysafe

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