First of all, the unique selling point of Cooper Island Beach Club Restaurant is its location on a wonderful sand beach in the Virgin Islands. The atmosphere and surroundings are pretty hard to beat. However, like many places that rely on their location, this restaurant suffers from "the-only-gig-in-town" syndrome: if you arrive on Cooper Island by boat, there aren't really many other lunch or dinner options around, so they can get away with charging $15 for a bland veggie wrap and a can of beer. I fully understand that there is a surcharge for food in remote locations (after all, groceries typically have to be brought in from far away), but the food we had was just O.K. Maybe it was because we ordered vegan? Our friends had salmon, and they said it was good (but not outstanding, or anything).
So, from a food point of view, Cooper Island Beach Club Restaurant is a decent place, but nothing to write home about. Its unique location still makes it worth a visit.
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