Sugar and Spice is a small restaurant located right by the ferry dock in Great Harbor on Jost Van Dyke--the owner, Joan, is a wonderful cook. We especially liked her "fish and fungi"--it is fish steamed with green and red peppers, onion, garlic, tomatoes --when the fish is finished cornmeal is cooked in the fish water--that's the "fungi". Really it is a wonderful dish--very tasty and delicious. We ordered this twice to take back to our cottage--but you can eat there also. We also had the chicken rotii--also excellent (kind of a West Indian flour tortilla with chicken and vegetables with a curry flavor).
For breakfast try the meat, chicken or fish pastries (the filling is wrapped in pastry then fried. we aren't big fried food eaters but these were worth the calories)--we had the chicken and the fish and both were very good---we ate them while waiting for the ferry on our way home--wish we'd learned about them sooner because they were wonderful.
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