Went again, a year later, when even many of the best restaurants on the islands have slipped ever so slightly, Rowdy Joes is still producing great stuff. It's hard to maintain that kind of performance when the economy stinks and fewer customers means quality ingredients are expensive to keep on hand, but Joe's is keeping up the quality.
I had their chorizo meatloaf and my wife had Asian ribs. Very flavorful, showed some real skill in the kitchen and in blending flavors. It's not a high class bar, but after some direction, they made a daiquiri better than most restaurants (2 rum 1 lime (they sadly used sour mix) and 3/4 2:1 simple syrup shaken and strained). That sounds easy, and is, but most people can't do it right.
I went again, and got fish and chips and once again, it was great, when there are probably hundreds of places in the US offering it, and only a few get it right. Rowdy Joes does it beautifully. (perhaps slightly undersalted. Perhaps).
Just great. If you are st Croix, you should go. Skip eat@cane bay (another restaurant close by) and go here after snorkeling at cane bay.
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