When the craving strikes for eclectic cuisine, you might find yourself with an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Though not terribly plentiful, you can still find a few restaurants on Trinidad and Tobago within this category.
With options including everything from the informal setting ofto the simple cafes where beer and wine are just as important to dinner as the food itself, you may very well stumble upon something that suits your taste - and budget.
Use the list below to read up on the few eclectic places you could be curious about during your vacation. For each of the options, click to view the full article about its location, ambiance, and more.
King’s Bay Café is at 524 Main Road. If you're curious, Scarborough is 13 and a half miles (21 and a half kilometers) to the west-southwest. Perhaps you could guess that this place is best known for eclectic food and of course chicken, but wouldn't you know they're also known for hamburgers. King's Bay Cafe offers a menu of homemade goodies, mainly cooked on the grill. Burgers, hot dogs, chicken, seafood and more are paired with potatoes, coleslaw, and fresh bread.
Situated in downtown Scarborough, B'S Ice Cream Tobago is at 31 Wilson Road. Make the trip here to downtown Scarborough when you're feeling like a knock-out serving of ice cream.
Situated 1.1 miles southeast of downtown Scarborough, Blue Haven Hotel Restaurant is a viable option for guests thinking about exploring this neighborhood or nearby. It's 1.3 miles southeast of Scarborough. Because this is an informal place to eat, it's perfect for a delicious, but not elaborate, meal.
Oftentimes, the best dining options on Trinidad and Tobago are the ones you decide upon spontaneously during your daytime travels. But of course, you can't go wrong when you have a few favorites on the itinerary. To discover much more about the kinds of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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