Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies

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With fresh ingredients, amazing spices, and far-flung influences, these islands serve up some of the world’s most tantalizing cuisine.

Curaçao

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With a population made up of more than 50 nationalities, Curaçao’s food scene is incredibly diverse. Restaurants run the gamut from French and Dutch to Brazilian, Indonesian, and Japanese. Local krioyo (Creole) specialties include yuana (stewed iguana), keshi yená (stuffed cheese), and kokada (coconut patties). Willemstad, the island capital, combines fine dining and Dutch Colonial architecture, especially in the restored Kura Hulanda compound with its delectable alfresco eateries.  

Local Favorite: Blues Restaurant at the Avila Hotel.

Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies

Curaçao

With a population made up of more than 50 nationalities, Curaçao’s food scene is incredibly diverse. Restaurants run the gamut from French and Dutch to Brazilian, Indonesian, and Japanese. Local krioyo (Creole) specialties include yuana (stewed iguana), keshi yená (stuffed cheese), and kokada (coconut patties). Willemstad, the island capital, combines fine dining and Dutch Colonial architecture, especially in the restored Kura Hulanda compound with its delectable alfresco eateries.  

Local Favorite: Blues Restaurant at the Avila Hotel.

Courtesy of Kura Hulanda
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