We spotted the leaflet for this restaurant while moored at Virgin Gorda marina and were attracted by the prospect of the curry night. The cab ride was about 20 mins, but once you are there you quickly realise how beautifully isolated this place is on a hilltop overlooking Nail Bay. The open kitchen is a nice touch and the restaurant has beautiful views and a small pool right off the back of the bar, which was great as the kids were allowed to swim whilst we ate and we could still keep an eye on them. The food was excellent. We had the chicken madras which although fairly mild was very tasty and beautifully served. The only slight gripe is that management have given ipads to the staff to take orders, but it ends up being about 10x as slow as just writing it on a bit of paper! Not their fault though and they are all very pleasant and cheery. Getting the bill was a bit slow as they had become quite full by that point, but the chef gave us a free ride back to the marina, so I can't exactly complain! One of the best restaurants we visited during our sailing week in BVI.
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