Vegetarian Cuisine on Tobago

If you find yourself in the mood for vegetarian cuisine, you might find yourself with a chance to indulge yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, there are a couple of restaurants on Trinidad and Tobago where you can try some.

With plenty of variety, from the very casual setting of King’s Bay Café to the restaurants whose signature menu items are worth daydreaming about, there's a menu suited for each visitor and even for that special night you're planning.

The following list allows you to preview the limited, though enticing, options for vegetarian eateries you'll run across during your getaway. On each restaurant's name, click to view more information about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.

Kariwak Village (Restaurant)

Crown Point, Tobago | (868) 639-8442

Situated 0.9 miles west-southwest of Bon Accord, Kariwak Village (Restaurant) is a logical selection for you to consider if you're exploring this village or a nearby area. Scarborough is seven miles (11 and a half kilometers) to the east-northeast. The fresh taste of fish and vegetarian food are an outstanding combo at this chilled-out restaurant atmosphere.

The open air, thatch roofed restaurant has a tropical, breezy feel.

King’s Bay Café

Marsh Harbour, Tobago | (868) 771-2716

King’s Bay Café is at 524 Main Road. It is 13.5 miles east-northeast of Scarborough. As part of a menu decked with vegetarian-inspired cuisine, this potential favorite is known for its chicken and hamburgers.

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.

Visitors often find that the best places to dine on Trinidad and Tobago are the ones you didn't expect to find yourself craving during your daytime travels. Although, you can't go wrong when you have a few favorites on the itinerary. To read more information regarding the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.


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