If you can't get enough vegetarian food, don't miss out on a chance to spoil yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, you can still find a few restaurants on Trinidad and Tobago offering this type of food.
From the pleasant, very casual backdrop at Kariwak Village (Restaurant) to the simple cafes where wine and cocktails are as much a part of dinner as the food on the plate, you may very well stumble upon something worth sending a postcard about.
Before your trip begins, you can read up on the few delicious vegetarian eateries you could try as you're out on the town. Find the one that makes your mouth water and click its name to get further details about its specialties, style, and what you can do nearby.
Kariwak Village (Restaurant) is located close to Bon Accord; it is seven miles (11 and a half kilometers) to the west-southwest of Scarborough. Beautiful seafood and vegetarian food come together for some great dishes at this completely casual favorite. <p>The food at Kariwak Village is always freshly made using organic ingredients. Breakfast is a selection of fresh fruits, homemade yogurts, whole grain breads, eggs made to order, and local breakfast offerings like breaded flying fish and smoked herring. The lunch and dinner menus change daily, but there is always a meat, seafood, and vegetarian offerings, and any dietary needs can be cared for if the kitchen is made aware in advance.</p>
King’s Bay Café is at 524 Main Road. From the restaurant, Scarborough is 13 and a half miles (21 and a half kilometers) to the west-southwest. Though one might say the overall focus is vegetarian culinary creations, this local spot will recommend their best: 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>
You can't plan for it, but sometimes the best cuisines on Trinidad and Tobago are those you casually come across while journeying to and from your hotel. But, jotting down the names of some interesting-sounding restaurants in your travel plans, means you won't have to settle for something less. To discover more concerning the dining options available to you, check out this page.
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