This is a popular restaurant with both locals and visitors alike. Owner Cheryl Stroh and her right hand woman Rosie, do their very best to make your visit both pleasant and enjoyable.
They specialize in local, West Indian dishes such as curried chicken (which is delicious), oxtail soup, conch, wings, lamb chops, mutton, etc. which are all very popular and I have not heard any complaints ... but not much surpasses their pizza, which friends of mine rave about all the time.
The pizza is a little too robust for my liking as I prefer a very thin crust pizza with a smattering of toppings. If you are starving though, this is the pizza for you. It is huge and the toppings are very generous!
You'll enjoy air conditioned comfort here, which is a nice change as air conditioning is as rare as hen's teeth in BVI restaurants. Staff are friendly and try their best, but the kitchen sometimes gets bogged down with the sheer volume of orders for both the restaurant and for take out orders.
Bring your patience and a healthy appetite as their servings are substantial! Reservations are not required but are greatly appreciated.
Photos of Virgin Queen Restaurant
Location and general information
Take-away service: Yes
Air Conditioned: Yes
Map for Virgin Queen Restaurant
Go past the Shell gas station at the main round about on the corner of Waterfront Drive and Fleming Street.
The Virgin Queen is on Fleming Street on the opposite side of the road from the small Riteway grocery store.
Turn left into the parking lot and go up the stairs to the restaurant.