We had dinner here during our BVI sailing charter. The atmosphere is really nice. The restaurant is right on the water with open sides, rattan furniture, ceiling fans, and lots of tropical plants - very island-y. I had the local yellow tail snapper prepared "island-style". It was delicious - spicy and perfectly cooked. Dinner entrees come with a trip to the salad bar. It has a nice, but not huge, number of choices but all were tasty and fresh. Service was great too. The only reason for 4, rather than 5, stars is that several of my dinner companions were not happy with their Anegada lobster. I thought it tasted fine but it was a little tough and difficult to remove from the shell.
If you are here on a sailing charter and spend the night on a Saba Rock Resort mooring, know that you can get 200 gallons of fresh water for free at the marina. Since most places charge 25 cents/gallon, this is a great deal!
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