Restaurants

A Great Steakhouse in Curaçao

 You might not see it. Hidden in Willemstad’s Riffort shopping mall, inside the walls of the old fort, is a staircase. And up the stairs you will find a special place. It’s called, simply, Steak and Ribs, but it’s one of …

The Best Culinary Tour in the Cayman Islands

 On a small island teeming with high-quality restaurants, finding a good meal isn’t hard. But on one as pricey as Grand Cayman (the only Caribbean territory with a dollar worth more than the U.S. dollar) finding a good meal at …

At Saint Martin’s Ocean 82, The Art of Seaside Dining

 A wonderful eatery in Grand Case By Alexander Britell SAINT MARTIN — It’s hard to find a bad meal on Grand Case Boulevard. In fact, it’s just about impossible. The question, then, is where to eat, whether at the waterfront …

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 West Indies fare in the spotlight By the Caribbean Journal staff Jumby Bay, a Rosewood Resort, has a new “beach shack.” The new culinary offering at the private-island resort off the coast of Antigua offers authentic Antiguan fare and Caribbean-accented cuisine …

 The best restaurants in San Juan; where to eat in Puerto Rico’s capital By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor From Santurce to Condado to the capital’s historic old quarter, San Juan is a superb dining destination with diverse restaurants to suit …

 Above: a Delmonico steak at BLT Steak in New York By the Caribbean Journal staff World renowned eatery BLT Steak is coming to Aruba. The restaurant, which has more than 15 locations around the world including Hong Kong, Tokyo and …

 Above: the Blue Sail restaurant in the Sandy Port area of New Providence By the Caribbean Journal staff Nassau’s newest restaurant has opened its doors. Blue Sail, located on the beach in the Sandy Port area of New Providence, officially …

 Above: the new Bombay Club By the Caribbean Journal staff Sandals is adding four new restaurants to its Sandals Grande Saint Lucian Spa and Beach Resort in St Lucia. The project will see the opening of an indian eatery, Bombay …

 You know Caribbean food. Or perhaps you think you do. But these Caribbean restaurants will change everything you think you know, with inspired, eminently creative expressions. These are some of the hottest restaurants in the Caribbean right now — foodie hot …

 Above: Fiya in Brooklyn By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s likely the first of its kind in the world: a kosher, vegetarian Caribbean restaurant. And it’s in one of the great Caribbean outposts outside of the region. It’s called Fiya, …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Marcus’, the new restaurant by famed chef Marcus Samuelsson, opens at Bermuda’s Hamilton Princess & Beach Club (formerly the Fairmont Hamilton Princess) on May 27. The menu will feature the chef’s signature style of globally-influenced …

 Above: Flying Fish in Grand Bahama By Joshua Martinez CJ Contributor FREEPORT —“I’m here because it’s home.” It’s this kind of passion that always emanates from Chef Tim Tibbitt’s voice, and it’s something that resonates throughout his restuarant. Tibitts, a …

 Above: Lolo’s (Photos by CJ and Joey Pasion) By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor HARLEM — Reggae’s pumping from the speakers overhead, and I can’t help but nod my head to the beat as I chew on a slice of fried plantain. …

 Above: Le Ti Coin Creole in Grand Case (All photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell GRAND CASE — It’s the last restaurant on the left. Take a stroll down Grand Case Boulevard in French St Martin and you’ll be surrounded …

 Above: Le Blanc Spa Resort in Cancun By the Caribbean Journal staff Cancun’s Le Blanc Spa Resort has debuted its newest culinary offering: Blanc Asia. According to the property, the new restaurant features “an eclectic menu of Asian cuisine fused …

 Above: Sheer Rocks, Antigua ASK JUST about anyone in Antigua for their favourite restaurant, and the response will come without hesitation: Sheer Rocks. And soon after you sit down at this eatery high on the cliffs of the Cocobay Resort, you’ll understand …

 Above: Le Bistro (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell ANTIGUA — Searching for a great meal takes steps. A right turn here, then another, then up a hill and down a quiet street. The signs point you, egging you on, convincing …

 Above: Zion Modern Kitchen in St Croix By the Caribbean Journal staff The newest restaurant in St Croix has officially opened its doors. The culinarily diverse eatery also has quite the pedigree, with a team including Chef Eddie McNamara, Chef/owner …