Traveller’s Choice Caribbean’s Best Fine Dining Restaurants 2015

3 Nov

According to the 2015 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards,here are the Best Fine Dining-Caribbean Restaurants of 2015;

1. 2 Fools and a Bull (Noord,Aruba)

2 Fools and a Bull opened its doors in February 2012. Situated in an old CuNuCu house build in 1915 and an antique Firewall that (they) like to call the Bull. A Foolish dinner party with 13 strangers that will become your friends at the end of the evening.

2. Carte Blanche Restaurant (Palm-Eagle Beach, Aruba)

Carte Blanche is a restaurant for people who are open minded for an exquisite dining experience without limitations in a cozy and relaxed atmosphere. This exciting dining experience will provide only 14 guests with the opportunity to sample many different culinary combinations while chatting with other guests or their hosts Dennis & Glen.

3.Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

Located in San Juan, Marmalade Restaurant and Bar offers a tropical menu from Caribbean Salads to Main Course meals and authentic desserts. Not only are delicious meals are available but also a classic collection of Wine are on deck!

4.The Wine Cellar (Willemstad, Curacao)

Specialty restaurant ‘The Wine Cellar’, the perfect place for a delicious (business) lunch or a romantic dinner.Fresh dishes like salmon and lamb daily, but make sure you do not miss the fresh lobster.

5.Le Cottage (Grand Case, St.Maarten-St.Martin)

For an enticing French cuisine, Le Cottage is the place to be. Highly recommended as one of the Best Fine Dining Restaurants in St.Martin and now number #5 on Traveller’s Best Fine Dining Restaurants in the Caribbean!

6. Bistrot Caraibes (Grand Case, St.Maarten-St.Martin)

Centrally located on the restaurant row in Grand Case, Bistrot Caraïbes offers a charming and relaxed ambiance in which to dine on French-Caribbean cuisine. For over 15 years, the well-reputed restaurant is run by the brothers Thibault and Amaury Mezière, who know their way around food.

7.Naru Restaurant and Lounge (Christ Church Parish, Barbados)

One of the most awarded Barbadian Chefs, Barry Taylor, has created an exciting blend of Pan Asian and Caribbean cuisine. The name “Naru” from the Japanese verb “To Be” illustrates the aim of Naru Restaurant and Lounge.”To be” unique with a small plate concept containing Asian and Caribbean ingredients and techniques. “To be” tempting, with visible open kitchen and sushi bar overlooking the restaurant, offering freshly made to order sushi by experienced Asian Chefs. “To be” relaxed by the stunning ocean views and cool breeze from the South Coast boardwalk. Barry’s wife Lisa spearheads the amiable service, the perfect complement to a delightful evening…to be…Naru.

8.The Cliff (Saint James Parish, Barbados)

A cliff-side restaurant overlooking the west coast of Barbados.Ocean front dining by firelight with after hours lounge and a menu consisting of Asian Fusion, French and Thai cuisines.

9. Spice Of India (Gros Islet, St.Lucia) 

Spice of India is truly a sophisticated Indian restaurant situated in the heart of Rodney Bay. With over 20 years in the industry, Chef Adil has travelled across the Atlantic Ocean creating scintillating dishes to satisfy the palates of eager patrons throughout the Caribbean. Along with his Sous chef, Chef Adil celebrates his love of cooking by bringing a modern flair to the ancient, traditional Indian Tandoor technique of cooking to St. Lucia. Diners can enjoy watching the Chefs in action in the open display kitchen or gain personal lessons from the chef himself.

10. Sheer Rocks (Saint Mary’s, Antigua)

Heading into its third season, Sheer Rocks has continued to keep at the top of many ‘must visit’ lists.The restaurant’s young owners have successfully turned it into a chic hangout for guests to enjoy long lunches with their unique tapas menus, day beds and plunge pool; sybaritic for daytime lounging.

At night, Sheer Rocks is transformed into a romantically cool and stylish retreat for dinner, where the six, tiered wooden pavilions hang over flood lit rocks, with the waves crashing gently below.

Travelling to the Caribbean means eating like a West Indian, visit any of the Caribbean’s Best Fine Dining Restaurants 2015 or read more of our blogs for other Caribbean Restaurants of mouth watering meals!

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