Set on a cobblestone garden terrace along Tortola’s south shore, overlooking Sir Francis Drake Channel, this is easily one of the island’s most beautiful restaurants. You can sit inside the elegant dining room, on a pretty patio with sea views, or back in the shady garden—it’s all alfresco, cooled by gentle tradewinds and tropical plantings. Although the menu changes seasonally, your meal might include a traditional Spanish paella; perfectly seared scallops served with a bacon and pea sauce; and a mahimahi and salmon “braid,” where the two filets are entwined and served with a savory saffron sauce.