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Pusser's Marina Cay Hotel and Restaurant
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Reviewed 21 May 2012

The wife and I were wrapping up a one week stay at the Scrub Island Resort, when we decided to take a break from the resort's restaurant, where we had dined virtually every night. Upon learning Pusser's would send a boat for us, we decided to take the short trip across the channel to Marina Cay. Arriving a few hours before dinner, we grabbed a few stools at the bar and consumed several glasses of refreshing rum punch. The place was not too crowded and we enjoyed our time talking to the friendly bartender, a native of Monserrat. Sufficiently lubricated, we grabbed a table for dinner, ordered a couple of Painkiller's and watched a terrific sunset. My wife ordered a calarmari appetizer and a salad and I ordered fettucine alfredo with chicken. My pasta was very good, however they were pretty skimpy with the chicken. My wife's calamari was exceptional; one of the best I've ever had. The food and drinks are not cheap at Pusser's but considering the location, not out of line. After dinner, we jumped on the launch and were taken back to Scrub Island (Pusser's also picks up from Trellis Bay). Pusser's on Marina Cay was a great place to wrap up a wonderful week in B.V.I.. This review is for the restaurant/bar only.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank sceneisle
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Reviewed 29 April 2012

Me and my husband stopped at Pusser's during our BVI tour with the Breakaway. The food was absolutely divine. The ladies were great in serving such a large group. I found the food to be of wonderful quality (try the calamari!! It rocks!!) and when you have a view of the beautiful sea that surrounds the island leaves it breath taking. Definitely will be taking this tour again and stopping back at Pusser's.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Cristina B
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Reviewed 7 April 2012

I have eaten or attempted to eat at Pusser's Frenchman's Cay three times. The last time, about a week ago, was only an attempt since we waited about 25 minutes for service, during which others came in and were served. We finally got up and complained to the manager, Carol. We regrettably have to conclude that they don't want patrons who look like "locals", that is, who are black. Three to four servers sat or stood around as we waited, though they jumped up for the arrival of "stateside" looking folks.

Because we have family on Tortola, we are frequently on island. On two previous occasions we waited 15-20 minutes to be acknowledged thought others were immediately served. The food was mediocre. We only went for the view of the water. Service was pretty poor the last times, too. Same situation, but this time we got enough. We left and went to a nearby restaurant run by "locals" who welcomed us with good service and good food.

Do yourself a favor if you look like a "local": skip Pussers Frenchman's Cay.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 February 2012

We stopped here for lunch during a stop on the Breakaway BVI Day sail from the Sapphire Marina on St. Thomas. The day sail with stops at the Bath's that included a short hike through the Bath's, a snorkel stop a short way from Pusser's, the a stop at Jost Van Dyke with Justin and Sandy was great!

Not only is the food lackluster, appetizers were served with the entrees and the menu items are way overpriced.

I've had Conch Chowder before and this offering was quite disappointing as it had a lot of potatoes, little conch, in some thin red base (supposedly tomato) and was cold. A cup of this soup was $6.50.

Fish and chips $18. Corona $6.50. A small bottle of water $3.50. I ordered a lobster salad and from the menu description thought it would be an actual salad. While there was a green salad on the plate, the lobster "salad" was a 1/2 Caribbean Lobster $24.

A 15% tip is automatically added.

If you go on the Breakaway II day sail, bring your lunch!

$83.95 for a not so good lunch is a bit much! The setting though is very beautiful.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 7 January 2012

We stopped for lunch here as part of a day-long boating trip. While there were no other customers, we were still expected to sit in the least nice seats. We were ordering off the menu and paying menu price, so can't see why we would not be treated as well as regular customers. Food was tepid and unremarkable, served by surly wait staff. While the location is good, there are other, better restaurants in them area.

  • Stayed: January 2012
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2  Thank svbreila
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