We came for lunch on a Sunday after driving the NW Tortola coast, having stopped first for lunch at another place just 2 bays away. That restaurant was serving Sunday brunch which included champagne & a bunch of courses, but the price per person was ridiculous, so we kept on driving the road until we stopped at Sebastian's. Having had dinner here 7 years ago, we knew the food was good, & it still is. Not as fancy as the place down the road, but the prices were much more affordable, the service was friendly, and the views from Little Apple Bay across to Jost Van Dyke were incomparable. I had the grilled chicken salad with a glass of their house white zinfandel while hubbie had a beer with his burger & fries. Just the right amount of food for that time of day with superb views & great service. I don't know how much of Sebastian's survived the wrath of Hurricane Irma, but all reports I'm getting from Tortola say most of the island is devastated. If & when they are up and running again, we wish them the best of luck. It's worth the drive to have a meal here.
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