The boutique Hotel ’t Klooster in Curaçao’s up-and-coming Pietermaai district has a new restaurant.
It’s called Blessing, and it opened its doors this month.
It’s set in a former cathedral and monastery and maintains the traditional chapel-style architecture.
Blessing says its prides itself on sourcing “fresh, high-quality ingredients” for its dishes, which include everything from Tuna Tartare to Smoked Mackerel.
It’s another great addition for Pietermaai, which is increasingly being considered the SoHo of Curaçao.
— CJ Staff