D’CoalPot serves up the real taste of the Caribbean
What city were you born in? Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands – Lucienne Bercow
With its rainbow parasols and sky-blue dining tables, D’CoalPot serves Caribbean cuisine in a colorful setting smack-dab in Little Apple Bay, a serene, sandy pocket in the northern coast of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. Menu favorites include traditional Caribbean fare, such as wrap roti—spicy curry stew served in a hot sandwich wrap—and juicy jerk steak. Other dishes, such as Jamaican jerk chicken breast with garlic mashed potatoes and sautéed vegetables ($23) and grilled salmon with dill sauce and fried plantains ($27), lure locals and tourists who come here for dinner after a day on the beach. The bar and grill, which opened in November 2013, lies close to Apple Bay’s seaside villages and surfing hot spots. Guests can pull up a chair on the terrace at the back of the restaurant or order a refreshing cocktail from the bar. D’ CoalPot won Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence award in 2015. Prospective diners can reserve a table by phone.
Address: Zion Hill Rd, Freshwater Pond, British Virgin Islands
Phone: +1 284-495-4998