The Pavilion, located at the heart of the resort beneath four Balinese-inspired vaulted rooftops serves sumptuous buffets at breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s also the resort’s social hub.
Many fall in love with Venita’s Hot Pepper Sauce, which is featured in some of the dishes or can be used to spice up omelets and entrees. Venita Chapman is a server at the restaurants and her mother gave her the recipe for the hot sauce. This unique Virgin Gorda taste treat, which has also become quite a little local cottage industry, is available in the resort’s gift shop.
The romantic Sugar Mill is the most intimate and upscale dining venue at the resort and serves a fusion of contemporary Pan-Asian and European cuisines.
Romantic, candlelit dinners on the beach can also be set up for couples and small groups. Meals are a la carte at the resort but various meal plans are available to help keep costs down and allow for the flexibility of dining off property—if you can imagine tearing yourself away…