As Europeans, we were constantly amazed by the lousy coffee available in the US Virgin Islands, and even more so by the fact that it's almost impossible to find coffee at all in the afternoon. So, starting from this low bar, we were very pleased to find the Barefoot Buddha, which serves a very decent coffee, and cakes. Their menu is very extensive - if you like lattes, flat whites, capuccinos or other milky coffees as all Americans apparently do. My wife particularly liked the Cubano capuccino, which apparently has brown sugar brewed into the coffee extraction itself.
Lovely staff, very chatty and helpful.
Confusingly, it's a coffee shop which makes you pay for wifi. This seems v unreasonable.
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