While exploring Trinidad and Tobago, expect to be impressed by the savory selection of quick-service, sit-down, and fine dining establishments. Those who adore Creole cuisine particularly should pay attention to those restaurants that do it best. Take a peek at the Creole menus awaiting with this handful of restaurants.
Below, you can get more details about the fairly full set of options where guests can grab Creole food. Click on one of the options to view the full article about its hours, location, and other offerings.
Positioned near Moriah, Cuffie River Nature Retreat Restaurant is on the premises of Cuffie River Retreat. It is 4.9 miles northeast of Scarborough. When your family is banking on finding great Creole cooking that isn't fussy in the slightest, this mellow restaurant stands out. The dining room at Cuffie River s surrounded by forested lands, and the bounty of bird feeders inspire a collection of humming birds to spot by each day and delight guests.
El Pescador is situated near Mt. Irvine Bay; it's 4.9 miles to the west of Scarborough. Fresh fish from Trinidad and Tobago's coasts and Creole panache make for an exciting meal at this laid-back restaurant. Dining here takes place in an al fresco setting, where the ambiance is relaxed yet refined.
Bonkers, a part of Toucan Inn, is located in the general vicinity of Bon Accord; it's seven miles (11 kilometers) to the west-southwest of Scarborough. When you'd rather not get all dressed up before eating some delightful Creole cuisine, choose this place where the setting is casual. A mix of Creole and International cuisine creates a menu of succulent offerings that will please every customer who walks in the door.
Miss Esmie's is located near Bon Accord; it's to the west-southwest of Scarborough. Fresh catches from and Creole panache make a nice pair at this unique eatery. A few choice menu items at Miss Esmie's include Bake & Fish and Conch & Dumpling.
Seahorse Inn can be found 1.1 miles northeast of Mt. Irvine Bay; it's 3.5 miles to the west-northwest of Scarborough. Beautiful seafood and Creole panache are a great pair at this colorful establishment. Seafood and local specialties grace this menu, with some of the favorites including Pan Fried Snapper and Tobago style Beef Daube.
For something different in the same ballpark, you will find similarly satisfying flavors at restaurants like the following:
|(868) 631-8961||Caribbean||0.3 mi. Northwest of Central Bon Accord|
|Kariwak Village (Restaurant)||(868) 639-8442||Caribbean||0.9 mi. West-Southwest of Central Bon Accord|
|Royal Castle Crown Point||(868) 639-5000||American||1.0 mi. West-Southwest of Central Bon Accord|
|(868) 639-0191||Caribbean||1.2 mi. Northeast of Central Mt. Irvine Bay|
|Calypso Reef Restaurant At Conrado’s||(868) 639-0145 ext. 6||Caribbean||1.2 mi. West-Northwest of Central Bon Accord|
|Blue Moon Restaurant||(868) 639-0207||Caribbean||1.2 mi. West of Central Bon Accord|
|King’s Bay Café||(868) 771-2716||Caribbean||0.4 mi. East of Central Marsh Harbour|
|(868) 631-3000||Caribbean||1.0 mi. West-Southwest of Central Bon Accord|
|(868) 639-0359||Caribbean||Bon Accord, Western part of Tobago|
|Cafe Havana||(868) 639-2357||Cuban||1.2 mi. Southeast of Downtown Scarborough|
Some of the most memorable dining options on Trinidad and Tobago are those that you find unexpectedly while walking around during the day. However, keeping a couple of viable options on a checklist, will prevent a desperate search for food. To learn more details regarding the kinds of food available to you, check out this page.
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