Dining & drinks

Phenomenal cooking, the freshest ingredients and fine wines and cocktails

Beautiful food and wine experiences and carefully curated cocktails are designed to deliver culinary pleasure and facilitate good times

When you stay at one of the Moskito estates, you’ll be superbly well looked after by a dedicated chef and their team who’ll craft a bespoke menu for your group. You’ll be consulted and the menus planned in advance – including wine and cocktail preferences – so you can be confident all tastes and dietary requirements are covered. Our chefs pride themselves on sourcing incredible ingredients from all over the world, while also growing an array of produce in kitchen gardens on the island.

A different experience every night

No two nights are the same on Moskito as each estate boasts a number of different dining locations that make the most of the weather, sunset, the specific atmosphere our guests want to experience and more.

Our chefs have worked at top restaurants all over the world and can turn their hands to many different cuisines. Want to treat your party to an Italian, Balinese, Thai, Caribbean, Japanese or grill night with themed cocktails, specially chosen wines and maybe a dress code? We’re here to make it happen. Fancy a more casual evening round the firepit eating pizza cooked in the outdoor oven? Consider it done. As for service, it’s unstuffy and friendly in Caribbean style, while remaining entirely on-point.

Read more about the specific dining experiences at The Oasis, The Village and The Point.

Lunch at Manchioneel Beach
Lunch at the Beach Pavilion

Dine on the beach

Beyond the various dining locations on each estate, you can also enjoy lunch or a candlelit supper in the dining pavilion on the shore of Manchioneel Beach.

The Beach House

The Beach House

The Beach House is a shared property that groups from any estate are invited to use as an additional location for dinner, drinks or a party. It’s also often the setting for a sushi kayak lunch, or as a communal space for groups staying at more than one estate. Want to be introduced to guests staying at a different estate for the evening in the spirit of connection and conviviality? That’s been known to happen too.

Our favorite places to dine off-island

Relaxed beach chic on Virgin Gorda, just a few minutes from The Baths, CocoMaya is a destination to drink and dine on the beach to the sound of live music and DJs. Fusion food combines the flavors of Southeast Asia with Latin America with a touch of the Caribbean. (30 minutes away.)

This inland restaurant is great for lunches of pizza, wraps and freshly caught tuna, or swing by in the evening when the gardens are lit up for rum cocktails and Creole-style mahi mahi. (40 minutes away.)

There are three high-quality restaurants at this smart beachside resort.

Start your evening at the Rum Room, an open-air lounge with an extensive library of rare rums and classic cocktails, before dining at Sugar Mill, Pavilion or Reef House. (40 minutes away.)

This is one of the biggest bars in the islands and also has a bustling restaurant. It’s a fun place to moor up for a glass of cask-matured Caribbean rum and a casual Islands-style supper. (10 minutes away.)

Bitter End on Virgin Gorda has been a stalwart of the islands for half a century. Motor over for laid-back dining right on the water’s edge. Hit up the cocktail list, dig into sharing plates and enjoy the yachty vibe. (10 minutes away.)

The attractive beachside restaurant on Cooper Island is a go-to for conch fritters and jerk chicken burgers with sides such as onion, coconut and pineapple slaw, and the largest collection of rums in the BVI. (30 minutes away.)

Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the main four islands of the BVI and boasts the incredible pearl-sand beach of White Bay, which is also home to Hendo’s. Start with a signature Delirious Donkey cocktail and follow with steak, lobster or ceviche of the day. (45 minutes away.)