Lunch at Lady Sarah’s Farms

I have been loving all the openings and re-openings this year, some after the hurricane and some entirely new faces appearing. It’s been so much fun having new and exciting restaurants, resorts and venues to add into our rotation.

Lady Sarah’s Farms is a bit of an anomaly in that it first opened as a tea room and cafe on Tortola in 1998 but sadly closed in 2002. Fortunately for us in the BVI, this closure wasn’t permanent though. Sixteen years later Lady Sarah’s Farms re-opened in their location on Main Street in June 2018 and has been gaining popularity ever since. Increasingly tough to get a reservation in this charming little cafe, Lady Sarah’s is a key venue on the Road Town working lunch options.

Open for breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday and serving up delicious meals with their farm fresh ingredients.

Lunch at Lady Sarah's Farms - Farm fresh ingredients in Road Town, British Virgin Islands

The menu changes daily and features, small snacks, sandwiches, soups and salads along with larger entree dishes. While no alcohol is served on the premises, the menu also features amazing fresh tea and lemonade options – like their refreshing and tasty watermelon lemonade or their lemongrass iced tea. The menu is full of Caribbean flavour and features all local ingredients, many of them produced on their own farm. I’ve been steadily making my way down the menu trying as many different dishes as possible over the course of several visits.

Lunch at Lady Sarah's Farms - Farm to Fork ingredients in Road Town, British Virgin Islands

The Bang Bang Conch was the perfect light and crispy starter – shared so that we didn’t feel like quite such greedy piggies.

Lunch at Lady Sarah's Farms - Farm fresh ingredients in Road Town, British Virgin Islands

The Calypso chicken with coconut jasmine rice and slaw seems to be something of a staple on the menu and for good reason – it’s the perfect sticky bbq chicken with a rich, dark glaze.

Lunch at Lady Sarah's Farms - Farm fresh ingredients in Road Town, British Virgin Islands

Aunt Becca’s seafood bowl marries together fresh mahi mahi and shrimp, with tropical fruit and just the right amount of heat for a really light and fresh lunch.

Lunch at Lady Sarah's Farms - Farm fresh ingredients in Road Town, British Virgin Islands

The quinoa salad bowl with chicken tasted as good as it looks.

Be sure to leave a little space for something from the bakery – the spiced apple donuts I tried were delicious and I hear good things about the pound cake!

Lunch at Lady Sarah's Farms - Farm fresh ingredients in Road Town, British Virgin Islands

This past weekend Lady Sarah’s Farms opened up on a Saturday for brunch. Sadly I wasn’t able to get over to Tortola this time, but I look forward to trying it as soon as possible – I have my eye on their banana pancakes and the ginger spice hot chocolate.

I see from their promotional material that they have some Sunday brunches coming up with live jazz music and different food stations. The first on Sunday 21st October and a further two penciled in for 18th November and 20th January, which sound incredible.

Contact +1 (284) 496 8011 to request your table, or visit their Facebook page – reservations for lunch are highly recommended. Will you be paying Lady Sarah’s a visit?

For more suggestions of dining options around the BVI, check my restaurant guide here. Are your favourites featured?

 

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6 Comments

  1. October 16, 2018 / 7:42 am

    What an amazing place to have a lunch at! And holy crap, everything looks so freaking tasty as well. YUM!

  2. helenevlacho
    October 16, 2018 / 11:23 am

    Wonderful presentation! Thanks God, I just had lunch otherwise I would be craving anything you have presented, because everything look so delicious. The tea lemonade is something I want to try for sure!

  3. October 16, 2018 / 11:59 am

    this place looks wonderful – I can see why youre working your way through the menu 🙂 it’s good to see new places opening up too as I know what a hard time BVI had with the hurricane last year.

  4. October 16, 2018 / 7:27 pm

    mmmm that conch starter looks so yummy! one of the foods i miss the most now that we’re not in south florida is definitely crispy conch!!

  5. October 17, 2018 / 2:40 am

    I am drooling here… Mahi mahi and shrimps, with the pineapple, and look at all those sweets! You are lucky to give it a try…

  6. October 26, 2018 / 4:57 pm

    Ummm yummy… I can totally take on all of this right about now. Love love love!

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