Going to Tobago for the Blue Food Festival or just visiting on holiday?
Visit a few of our favourite Tobago restaurants and make it a memorable vacation full of glorious eating:
Breakfast: ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE (Crown Point, Tobago): If you’re lucky enough to be in Tobago by Saturday morning, make a breakfast stop here for pancakes, waffles, eggs, and local breakfast favourites like buljol and bake. (Hours: 7:30am-12:30pm; (868) 639-9866) Also, check out our 5 Picks for Breakfast in Tobago!
Lunch: CAFE HAVANA (Bacolet, Tobago): Check Cafe Havana for a touch of glam and well executed dishes like fried calamari, seafood salad and a grilled mahi mahi sandwich. The best part is that T&T locals get 20 percent off all meals at Cafe Havana. (868) 639-2357)
Dinner: SALSA KITCHEN (Scarborough, Tobago): Here’s your chance sample Tobago’s best (and only) tapas restaurant! Our picks are the Seafood Ajillo – shrimp, squid & fish in garlic and parsley; Minted Pork – strips of sizzling pork in a sweet & spicy mint sauce; and the Lamb Caribbean special – grilled saddle of lamb in a tamarind sauce w/tomato choka. (Reservations are essential and are accepted starting at 6pm; (868) 639-1522)
Dinner: KARIWAK VILLAGE RESTAURANT (Crown Point, Tobago): Make a reservation for Kariwak’s popular buffet dinner, you’ll be delighted you took our advice! The menu changes regularly but on our last visit the buffet offered up a Mixed Vegetable Salad, Marinated Cauliflower Salad, Baked Fish w/Dill, Lamb Chops w/Herbs, Savoury Rice, Oven-Baked Potatoes, Stewed Bodi Beans, and Coconut Sponge Cake, Chocolate Cream Pie or Housemade Ice Cream for dessert . Dinner Hours: 7:30pm-9:30pm (live entertainment: 8pm-11pm on Fridays and Saturdays); Reservations are strongly recommended; (868) 639-8442)
Check out the complete list of TOBAGO’S RESTAURANTS featured on TriniChow.