A café or coffee shop is a restaurant with full-service tables and counters and broad menu offerings over extended periods of the day. Café may also be refer to an informal restaurant offering a range of hot meals and made-to-order sandwiches, also known as a "coffee shop.
Caribbean Chinese cuisine is a popular style of food resulting from a fusion of Chinese and West Indian cuisines. The Chinese influence is predominantly Cantonese, the main source of Chinese immigrants to the West Indies. West Indian food is itself a mixture of African, British, Indian, Spanish, French and Indigenous cooking styles.
If you love to eat out, there are many delicious foods from different cultures waiting to be discovered by you. Sample our curry, indigenous spices, jerked and herb flavoured scented menus uniquely reinterpreted from the Spanish, French, Dutch, British and American influences that are part of today's Caribbean Cuisine
French cuisine has evolved extensively over centuries. The national cuisine started forming in the Middle Ages due to the influence of the work of skilled chefs and various social and political movements. Over the years the styles of French cuisine have been given different names, and have been modified by various master-chefs. During their lifetimes, these chefs have been held in high regard for contributions to the culture of the country.
Here you will find some of the most exquisite restaurants located within Caribbean Hotels and Villas that tantalize your taste buds. The Caribbean is home to an eclectic array of cuisine that might surprise you. The rich cultural heritage of the Arawak, British, African, Spanish, French, Chinese, Dutch and East Indian have created a delicious array of flavors and spices present in Caribbean cuisine today.
Italian cuisine has a great variety of different ingredients which are commonly used, ranging from fruits, vegetables, sauces, meats, etc. In the North of Italy, fish (such as cod, or baccalà), potatoes, rice, maize, corn, sausages, pork, and different types of cheeses are the most common ingredients. Ligurian ingredients are quite different, and include several types of fish and seafood dishes; basil (found in pesto), nuts and olive oil are very common
Food raised without chemicals and processed without additives. Under standards adopted by the U.S. Agriculture Dept. (USDA) in 2000 and fully effective in 2002, synthetic fertilizers and pesticides and antibiotics may not be used in raising organic foods, and the use of irradiation, biotechnology, and sewer-sludge fertilizer is also banned. Food whose ingredients are at least 95% organic by weight may carry the "USDA ORGANIC" label; products containing only organic ingredients are labeled 100% organic.
Raw veganism is a diet which combines veganism and raw foodism. It excludes all food of animal origin, and all food cooked above 48 degrees Celsius (118 degrees Fahrenheit). A raw vegan diet includes raw vegetables and fruits, nuts and nut pastes, grain and legume sprouts, seeds, plant oils, sea vegetables, herbs, and fresh juices. There are many different versions of the diet, including fruitarianism, juicearianism, and sproutarianism.
Vegetarian Restaurants are becoming more popular because of the demand of those turning to the healthy lifestyle who are influencing hotel restaurants & cafes, local and international restaurants to prepare balanced and professionally presented meals.
Natural juices are a delicious part of the growing Wellness trend that has reached the Caribbean. To indulge, just ask your hotel restaurant , cafe or local restaurant for a blended juice. Most likely it will have papaya, banana, pineapple, or mango.You can also create your own exotic blends.