The 50 Best Restaurants in the Caribbean – 2022
They’re the kinds of meals you savor. Not just when you’re finishing dessert, but months and years in advance.
This is the experience diners are seeking when they come to any strong culinary destination, and, thankfully, the Caribbean is full of them.
Whether you’re in a seaside food stall or a Michelin-level fine-dining destination, the Caribbean is filled with world-class culinary experiences, a reminder that this remarkable part of the world is a full-fledged global gastronomic destination.
It’s hard to believe, but this year marks the 10th anniversary of Caribbean Journal’s groundbreaking list of the 50 Best Restaurants in the Caribbean, a list that is still the authority, that is still without peer: our on-the-ground, exhaustively-experienced guide to the most memorable places to eat in the Caribbean. What hasn’t changed in 10 years is our loyalty to our three pillars: Food, Service and Ambience, the essential ingredients to any great restaurant.
These are the fundaments of an unforgettable meal — the kind that stay with you long past dessert.
Congratulations to all of this year’s selections!
#1 Brass Boer, Bonaire The Caribbean leader remains in the top spot. This Bonaire classic, the Caribbean outpost of three-Michelin-star Chefs Johnny and Therese Boer (the team behind Holland’s De Librije, has created the Caribbean’s true destination eatery, with a level of culinary artistry the region has not seen before, all in a setting at the ocean’s edge at the Delfins Beach Resort.