5 Top Notch Caribbean Restaurants You Shouldn’t Miss

by Numinosity

Booking a holiday in the exotic Caribbean means that you already made a first step towards obtaining your dream vacation. Once you stepped on one of the paradisiac islands in the Caribbean, be ready to indulge yourself on some of the best beaches and clearest waters in the world. The Caribbean are the perfect place if you are looking to get pampered and enjoy the proverbial laid-back atmosphere that this part of the world is known for. But for your Caribbean experience to be complete, you should also try some of the renowned restaurants in this region. Here come the 5 top notch Caribbean restaurants you shouldn’t miss:

The Cliff, Barbados

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The lovely terrace overlooking the sea becomes magical at nightfall, illuminated by tenths or torches. The Cliff’s menu is as international as it can get – Chef Paul Owen has no taboos in what concerns the blend of cooking styles; here you’ll taste Thai and French alongside Caribbean dishes. Dare to spoil yourself with dreamy desserts and carefully selected wines.

Chalet Suisse, Aruba

Chalet Suisse is a great combination of European luxury and terrific views. The restaurant has been enchanting Aruba tourists and residents since 1988, serving fresh seafood, along with delicious steaks and classic European desserts. The restaurant’s décor is a reminiscence of old ball rooms, with heavy drapes, shiny chandeliers and designer furniture.

Coyaba, Turks and Caiacos

This is your chance to get acquainted with the best of contemporary Caribbean cuisine. The restaurant is particularly famous for its refined entrees, but if you are a fan of steaks and fruit combination you won’t be disappointed at all. If you want to make the best of your experience, dare to order a gourment tasting menu.

Dasheene, St. Lucia

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A meal at Dasheene will transform you into a lifetime fan of creole cuisine. Combining fresh, organic products with Californian cooking methods, Dasheene’s awarded chefs always aim for perfection. Just one note regarding this magazine featured restaurant: considering the exclusive ambiance, Frommer’s warns us to always dress accordingly.

The Sugar Mill Restaurant, Tortola

The Sugar Mill takes you 3 centuries in the past, when the restaurant’s building was a real sugar mill. The historic stone building has been transformed into a magnificent restaurant through the effort of two passionate food writers. A lovely tropical garden and a terrace for serving breakfast complete your experience.

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