Restaurants—There are only 2 restaurants on Peter Island. Tradewinds which is more fancy and has a dress code for the evening, and Deadman’s Beach bar and grill which was more casual. Since there weren’t a lot of people at the resort there was only one restaurant opened per meal. For breakfast which was always at Tradewinds, you could either get the buffet or order from the menu. My favorite was the made to order omelets. We had a few lunches at Deadman’s—the pizzas were great and sandwiches pretty good. There were two days that we were out and about for lunch, so they packed a picnic for us—sandwich of our choice, fruit salad, pasta salad, and cookies all put into a koozie cooler. All but one night we had dinner at Tradewinds. The change the menu daily, usually have about 4 or 5 appetizers and entrees to choose from. For the entre there would be one meat, one vegge and the rest seafood choices. I’m not a seafood eater, so I ended up having steaks most nights—and they were very good. My husband really enjoyed the seafood entrees. The service in general was excellent in both restaurants. I did have a couple of issues with the menu. On our 2nd night we had dinner at 8:30—they were out of my first two appetizer choices, and my husband’s first choice for entre. After that, we decided not to get to dinner after 7 pm. The next night the only meat entre they offered was lamb, which I did not want to eat. So they happily accommodated me and made me a cheeseburger. I also have to say that the desserts in general just were not very good. But the frozen drinks were great!