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Fine restaurants too numerous to mention abound in Tobago to suit every taste and pocket and we have chosen a small selection to give you an idea of the feasts in store for you.

The Sea Horse Inn (Grafton Beach Road, Black Rock) is widely acclaimed as Tobago’s only premier beachside restaurant offering intimate afresco dining and specialising in Creole and International cuisine – the perfect setting for sunset.

Shirvan Watermill Restaurant
(Shirvan Road) with its exotic landscaped gardens, waterfalls and fishponds sets the scene for a magical meal in an elegant garden pavilion where the finest seafood and meats accompanied by delicious deserts are all prepared “in house”.

Kariwak Village Hotel (Crown Point) is truly Caribbean with its thatched open-air restaurant and has a reputation for its special imaginative Caribbean and Creole cuisine using homegrown herbs and spices. Among its culinary delights, it features Tobago seafood daily.

La Tartaruga Italian Restaurant (Buccoo Bay) nestles in the fishing village of Buccoo opposite the Beach and here you experience on the terrace fine Italian dishes and wines, also a variety of regionally inspired dishes.

Hilton Tobago where dining is a delight at any time. Enjoy casual-all day dining in the Plantation room, experience the elegance of the Coral Reef Restaurant serving fresh seafood or visit the Tradewinds Pool Bar and Grill for delicious snack meals.

Indigo Restaurant (Grafton) offers alfresco dining amid lush palms where you can not only enjoy delicious seafoods but spectacular sunsets. On Fridays, listen to the steelpan drums while you savour a Barbecue meal.

Jemma’s Seaview Kitchen is in a unique treehouse setting and is famous for local dishes which include fresh fish, lobster and delicious traditional desserts.

Mount Irvine Bay Hotel and Golf Club offers Le Beau Rivage restaurant overlooking the 18th hole and the Caribbean sea with an enticing menu of gourmet French and nouvelle creole cuisine. It’s Jacaranda restaurant offers a French Riviera style cuisine while its 17th century Sugar Mill restaurant serves lighter fare options.

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