Located at the heart of the resort beneath four signature vaulted rooftops, the open-air Pavilion restaurant serves innovative international cuisine and offers sweeping postcard views from every table. An elaborate breakfast is served with fresh juices, pastries and made-to-order items. 

An á la carte dinner menu features a mix of dishes that are familiar and comforting, yet distinctly Caribbean in execution. Refreshing salads are made from locally sourced produce, including cucumbers, watermelon, and tomatoes. Entrees include freshly caught Mahi with roasted local pumpkin, Caribbean spiced grilled pork loin, or Anegada Lobster, caught and hand-selected at the resort dock by morning, and cooked to the diner's order that evening.

Adjacent to the Pavilion restaurant, the Wallaby-shingled Pavilion Bar offers a selection of classic cocktails and local favorites including the “Painkiller,” a BVI favorite. Daily afternoon tea is served at the Pavilion Bar, complete with English scones, fruit brochettes and local Johnny cakes. The open air space often plays host to live local bands that play authentic Caribbean music to accompany the evenings at the iconic Pavilion.


7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.


International cuisine

Dress Code:
During the daytime, a cover-up and footwear are appropriate in the dining room and public areas. After sunset, in the Pavilion gentlemen may wear dress shorts, a collared shirt and open shoes. Shorts, t-shirts, jeans, tennis shoes and beach sandals are not permitted. Ladies may wear suitable evening attire. During the winter season, from Christmas until Easter, gentlemen are required to wear long slacks, a collared shirt and closed-toe shoes.

Located at the heart of the resort beneath four signature vaulted rooftops.