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... like. -Local food is Rotis (kind of like an Indian Burrito with curry, chickpeas and potatoes. You can add chicken, beef, goat or fish to it) Stewed Chicken, Curry Chicken, Curried Crab and Dumplings, Calaloo (spinach cooked in spices and served over rice or Cukoo) Cukoo (a polenta type dish that has okra or pumpkin in it and goes well with stewed meats and Calaloo( and Doubles (which was the one think I was really looking forward to trying and never found them to ...
Blue Crab Restaurant
(868) 639 2737
Lunch Tues-friday 11:30-3:00pm
Dinner by reservation
Beautiful intimate restaurant that has inside or outside dining!!
Best restaurant in Tobago.
Owners: Alison & Kenny Sardinha
Check them out - you won't be disappointed! Food is divine!! Fresh local Tobagonian cuisine at its best ...
If your looking for pure relaxation and a total carefree holiday then Tobago is the place to visit
It has changed considerably from 7 years ago since my last visit. There are allot more shops, petrol stations and houses and there are now 2 new shopping malls. Not your usual size malls like those of the US or UK but you can still browse the few shops that are there. Its still a nice afternoon away from the beach.
... more extravagant than that. It wasn't until I became an adult that I really started to explore this world and what it has to offer.
It all started with an IMAX documentary about Mount Kilimanjaro. I was fascinated. I was hooked. I went home and booked my first big across-the-seas vacation. That same year, I booked an additional vacation to Thailand and then researched an even bigger trip to South America. ...
King fish (mackerel) is a mainstay of the Tobagonian diet and I had my first taste of it at Curves Restaurant. With only two exceptions, all my meals for the rest of our stay in Tobago featured fish - king fish, tuna, red snapper, shark and mahi mahi. Linda was appalled.
The late night and early rising were beginning to take their toll on the kids, so following a quick swim in the sea, they went off for much needed naps - which they succeeded ...