Funky little local place but the ginger wine chicken is really good. Kind of out of the way, but worth the drive for some more "local" color.
I eat at Palms Delight anytime I am in Tortola. Every item on the menu is very tasty, you can't go wrong. I especially enjoy the shrimp roti which is packed with large shrimp, they don't skimp. I usually take home half of my meal to eat the next day as portions are big. The service is slow but it... More
We recently ate at Palm's Delight for a friend's birthday and we were a fairly large group, 20+. Fortunately we had thought to call ahead and place a pre-order for our food, so we didn't have to wait too long, the meals came out in batches, but that is somewhat understandable as they only have a small kitchen. Everyone seemed... More
My husband and I fell victim to a lot of positive reviews on Trip Advisor. As we live on the island, the idea of a good, reasonably priced "local" spot was very appealing...wish I l say the same about the food and the atmosphere. Not sure what the other reviewers' idea of tasty local food is, but mine is, well... More
We like to always try the restaurants that all of the locals go to and Palm's Delight rates highly among the Belongers of Tortola. The location is right next to the water and you can sample Roti, fish, honey stung chicken and my favorite, Ginger wine chicken. The prices are very reasonable and the portions are generous.
This is a busy local spot, with not much staff. The fish of the day is usually a whole one, bones and all, but delicious. Fried is best. Service is slow and slower, but right on the edge of the water with a great view. A good value, as all restaurants have gone up in price.
My husband read in a guidebook that this restaurant was good, with authentic island food. So, we ordered pan seared grouper for dinner. Well, it came poached, smothered in a cream sauce.....apparently attempting to camouflage the UFO, (Unknown Fish Origin), because it was not grouper. No music, a TV/news was on. Um.....No!
My husband and I arrived that this spot-a recommendation from SO many people-on a Monday night around 7pm (they open at 6:30pm). Most of the tables were already occupied and a gentleman pointed us to one open table. We sat down and waited. As we looked around we realized that no one was eating and most tables didn't have any... More
Simple local food, done well. Stayed up the road on Cappoon Bay. Manager directed us to this place, stressing local food. The place was full when we got there, but scored a table on the edge, looking out over the moonlite bay. Wonderful setting. Beer was cold and service was way above Caribbean standard. Ginger Wine chicken is supposed to... More
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