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Menu passed in our boat and selections waiting for us when we arrived. It went like clockwork. For lunch casual food. Wraps and onion rings very good. Jerk chicken spicy. Pool at the restaurant. Everything open air. Flowers at the top beautiful. Good place to...stop.More
On a day trip to the Baths through Cruz Bay Watersports, which included lunch here. We had a selection of entrees to choose from and the ship placed the group order while we were en Route to Virgin Gorda. After touring the Baths, our tables...were ready for us, including our drinks. With a group of 40+, it took a little time for our meals to be brought out from the kitchen. We realize we are on island time. Once we got our meals, the food was tasty and filling. My son and I had the grilled chicken sandwich with a side of cole slaw, while my son’s girlfriend had the Caesar salad with chunks of grilled chicken. Would definitely stop here again if we had more time, and explore additional menu options.More
With beautiful views, covered or outdoor dining, and a pool on the deck, this is the perfect place to end a visit to The Baths. The lunch menu is varied and there is something to please most diners. Service is not slow, but relaxed. Allow...plenty of time, especially if you need to return to the ferry at a specific time. However, with the fantastic setting, you will want to linger!More
Our food tasted OK, but it took almost an hour to get it. When we finally got the food, it was not hot, which tells me it sat in the kitchen for awhile. The servers are slow and have no sense of urgency. They mope...around at a slow pace, which is probably why our food was not hot. We also ordered iced tea, which was the same price as a can of soda, but they would not provide free refills on the tea, which probably cost them about 5 cents to make. We were obviously thirsty after downing our small cup of iced tea during our one hour wait for foodMore
Our group of 6 sailed up to the mooring ball, took our dingy to the rope barrier, wam to shore and then a good meal at The Top of the Baths. We the. Set out to explore the incredible rock formations.
Good pain killer drinks/well...run bar plus we had a nice lunch. Good menu with many choices. Was not cheap but a good quality meal and reasonable service.
Setting of the resturant is fabulous.
Lobster salad and the fish dishes are all good. One from our group had a bacon and cheese burger and said that it was great.More
The food and service were great but the view was impressive. Great place to stop after visiting the baths. There is a shower that you can rinse off after swimming but it does cost $2. The food was good and the menu had a lot...of options. My kids loved swimming in the pool close by.More
Response from kathyp686 | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can but you’ll have to take many steps. If you arrive by car the restaurant is at that level. If you come ashore by boat you have to walk up the path and some stairs. We were in a group with an older lady who had... More
Yes you can but you’ll have to take many steps. If you arrive by car the restaurant is at that level. If you come ashore by boat you have to walk up the path and some stairs. We were in a group with an older lady who had trouble walking and she insisted on walking through the paths, over and under rocks, through water, etc. she had a very difficult time and needed one on one assistance. When we arrived at the swimming area she almost drowned due to the under tow. If you walked slowly you might be okay. The older lady complained the entire time how difficult the trip was!
Response from JWilguess | Reviewed this property |
About 300 yards or so. But, it is uphill the entire way. Thankfully there are steps to help with the slope. For us, the distance wasn't the issue so much as the incline. Definitely worth the time and effort for a nice treat... More
About 300 yards or so. But, it is uphill the entire way. Thankfully there are steps to help with the slope. For us, the distance wasn't the issue so much as the incline. Definitely worth the time and effort for a nice treat and view.
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