The British Virgin Islands is home to many renowned restaurants, mostly concentrated on Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, and Virgin Gorda. Unsurprisingly, seafood is the highlight on most menus. One iconic local dish is "fish and fungi," which consists of boiled fish and a polenta-style mixture of cornmeal and okra. You'll also find food from around the Caribbean, including Trinidadian roti, a wrap that is based on the classic Indian flatbread. Rum is the alcoholic drink of choice there are plenty of specialty rum cocktails to try—including the reliable rum punch and such potent delights as the Bushwacker and the Painkiller.