Eclectic Cuisine on Tobago

If, on your travels, you know you're going to want some eclectic cuisine, don't miss an opportunity to indulge yourself. You may be a bit limited in your options, but there are a couple of places on Trinidad and Tobago serving this style of food.

From the pleasant, informal destination known as Blue Haven Hotel Restaurant to the restaurants whose specialties are worth adding to your vacation scrapbook, you could encounter a dish worth fighting over.

Below, scan and read details about the few delicious eclectic eateries you could try during your getaway. On each restaurant's name, click to view more information about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.

King’s Bay Café

Marsh Harbour, Tobago | (868) 771-2716

King’s Bay Café is at 524 Main Road. It's 13.5 miles east-northeast of Scarborough. While more generally known for eclectic-inspired cuisine, the kitchen at King’s Bay Café serves up an awful lot of chicken and hamburgers. <p>Set inside a green building with blue shutters that is reminiscent of a family home, King's Bay Cafe offers guests that homey feel that is often hard to find in a restaurant setting. Dining takes place on the "back yard" veranda, where there are only four tables with simple wood design and a high gloss finish for guests to dine in an intimate setting. The veranda looks out over King's Bay, making dining here not only a mouthwatering experience, but a breathtaking one as well. Reservations should be considered especially for parties of 4 or more.</p>

B'S Ice Cream Tobago

Downtown Scarborough, Tobago | (868) 660-2227

Positioned in downtown Scarborough, B'S Ice Cream Tobago is a viable option for guests who are going to spend time visiting this neighborhood or nearby. You'd be lucky to find yourself in downtown Scarborough when you just can't help your cravings for ice cream.

Blue Haven Hotel Restaurant

Bacolet, Tobago | (868) 660-7400

Blue Haven Hotel Restaurant is located close to downtown Scarborough; it's 1.3 miles to the southeast of Scarborough. Affectionately identified as an informal place to have a meal, it's sometimes a respite for hungry visitors on lazy outings.

Sometimes, the most exciting kitchens, cafes, and dining rooms on Trinidad and Tobago are the ones that you happen upon while out visiting attractions and tourist hubs. Of course, it's still smart to have a handful of favorites in mind. To read more details about the types of food waiting for you, check out this page.


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