Category Archives: Restaurant

640. Curaçao Food Magic

Where to find authentic krioyo soul cooking in Curaçao? Look no further than Plasa Bieu, Punda’s Cafeteria (also known as Marshé Bieu; Old Market). In fact, in a recent survey among this website’s Facebook fans Plasa Bieu won ‘Best Meal Under $10’. The eggshell blue building is open

640. Curaçao Food Magic

Where to find authentic krioyo soul cooking in Curaçao? Look no further than Plasa Bieu, Punda’s Cafeteria (also known as Marshé Bieu; Old Market). In fact, in a recent survey among this website’s Facebook fans Plasa Bieu won ‘Best Meal Under $10’. The eggshell blue building is open

656. Curaçao’s Multi-Ethnic Palate

A well-traveled, self-proclaimed ‘culture addict’ college friend, Morgan Courtney, just spent her (mini) honeymoon in Curaçao and blogged about it here: The Global Gamine / Curacao Has Heart, Part 1: Willemstad and Okra. I find Morgan’s perspective on ‘Curaçao’ cuisine particularly awesome: “Yambo, frankly,

656. Curaçao’s Multi-Ethnic Palate

A well-traveled, self-proclaimed ‘culture addict’ college friend, Morgan Courtney, just spent her (mini) honeymoon in Curaçao and blogged about it here: The Global Gamine / Curacao Has Heart, Part 1: Willemstad and Okra. I find Morgan’s perspective on ‘Curaçao’ cuisine particularly awesome: “Yambo, frankly,

714. Gourmet Caribbean Food

The Brooklyn Glutton says it’s “unquestionably the culinary jewel of Curaçao” (…) “reason enough to travel to Curaçao”.… and many TripAdvisor reviewers agree. A happy marriage between the intimate Kunuku house and grandiose Dutch-Colonial plantation house, charming Landhuis Misjé was built in 1896 by “capataz” Shon Martina

714. Gourmet Caribbean Food

The Brooklyn Glutton says it’s “unquestionably the culinary jewel of Curaçao” (…) “reason enough to travel to Curaçao”.… and many TripAdvisor reviewers agree. A happy marriage between the intimate Kunuku house and grandiose Dutch-Colonial plantation house, charming Landhuis Misjé was built in 1896 by “capataz” Shon Martina

715. Curacao’s Indonesian Food

Travel + Leisure’s online magazine recently named Curaçao among the “Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies”: ‘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.

715. Curacao’s Indonesian Food

Travel + Leisure’s online magazine recently named Curaçao among the “Best Caribbean Islands for Foodies”: ‘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.

775. Norman’s

Nestled right next to our Caracasbaai fishing docks (facing Spanish Waters), Norman’s is a snack bar / shack conveniently accessible by boat and car. No official sign outside, you can’t miss the ‘Curaçao Tourist Information’ post out front. Sailors from

775. Norman’s

Nestled right next to our Caracasbaai fishing docks (facing Spanish Waters), Norman’s is a snack bar / shack conveniently accessible by boat and car. No official sign outside, you can’t miss the ‘Curaçao Tourist Information’ post out front. Sailors from

792. Arepas on Caracas-baaiweg

On the crossing of Caracas-baaiweg and Schubappelweg, across the street from Vreugdenhil Supermarket, next to Caribbean Nautical, lies the very best arepa stand on the island. As yet unnamed, friendly Liliana and Sol from Colombia only speak Spanish, “Si quieres

792. Arepas on Caracas-baaiweg

On the crossing of Caracas-baaiweg and Schubappelweg, across the street from Vreugdenhil Supermarket, next to Caribbean Nautical, lies the very best arepa stand on the island. As yet unnamed, friendly Liliana and Sol from Colombia only speak Spanish, “Si quieres

842. This Salad

Tasha writes: “One of my favorite places to eat in Curaçao is Restaurant De Fles, near Post 5 (on Schottegatweg West, facing the oil refinery). Growing up my parents used to take us there all the time! We absolutely LOVED their

842. This Salad

Tasha writes: “One of my favorite places to eat in Curaçao is Restaurant De Fles, near Post 5 (on Schottegatweg West, facing the oil refinery). Growing up my parents used to take us there all the time! We absolutely LOVED their