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BVI was clobbered by Irma but the people have really put their heart and soul into getting it up and running, Always call in here for a meal and drink. we had a great meal served by pleasant and efficient staff. Service good and prices...More
Absolutely beautiful location. My wife and I stopped overnight here during a week long bareboat charter. It looks as though the old resteraunt was destroyed but they had a temporary setup with amazing food and great attitudes. The wings are fantastic
We came back to eat here two nights.I had fond memories of pre hurricaane and felt sad to see the damaged that has been left.The staff are bright positive and attentive,The jerk chicken and the large painkiller cocktails are lush!
Great to find a restaurant open after the Hurricane. Well cooked food delivered with a smile. Great value and tasty. Just what is needed after a day's sailing. Relaxed atmosphere and fantastic view on the shore line
This little piece of heaven was completely destroyed but is coming back. Have nice little patio restaurant behind where the Pussers store (now gone) use to be. Great little menu. Food good; service great. Support these great people.
We ate here on a day charter we took. They had our meals ready to go as soon as we sat down, the food was great, service quick, and my husband is obsessed with the seasoning on the fries. It's on a little island that's...More
Stopped here for lunch while taking an excursion to the BVI's. Lunch was excellent, had the jerk chicken wrap. But it was the scenery that stole the show, Honestly it looks like something out a travel brochure. I just enjoyed walking around taking pictures and...More
Love this little island. Free palapa/beach chairs. Decent beach and snorkeling for little ones. Walking to library at the top for great views. Pussers store is nice and cold. Dingy to Diamond Reef on Camanoe Island was awesome.