Dining in Curacao
There are many fine restaurants within walking distance of the resort and in Willemstad to tempt your taste buds and you can go global when it comes to the menus.
Curacao's local seafood is fresh and flavorful and Caribbean and Latin American dishes are widely available.
Try the traditional Indonesian rijsttafel or banquet that is a favorite wherever the Dutch have settled in the world or indulge yourself with spicy Indian food, French, Swiss and Italian cuisine. Chinese, Japanese and Thai are also on the menu and if you are a meat lover, you'll find everything from hamburgers to prime steaks and BBQ ribs.
Sample some Curacao cuisine or kuminda krioyo during your stay. The best place is the Marshe Bieu, the old market building in Willemstad, where stalls serve keshi yena, a steamed Dutch cheese with a tasty chicken stuffing, sopi di banana (plantain soup) and pastechi (fried meat pastry) Culinary walking tours are available in Willemstad and take you through Punda and Otrobanda to the Floating Market and the Marshe Bieu for a traditional Curaçao lunch.
The Night is Young in Curacao
Cocktails at sunset and a candlelit dinner on the waterfront are the perfect way to start your evening.
Follow it up with live music in a beach bar, the repertoire includes reggae, rock, merengue, salsa, jazz and the traditional island beat of tumba and you'll soon be dancing under the stars.
For more fun, take to the waves for a dinner cruise or board a party bus. Finally, head for Curacao's casinos, you never know, you may strike lucky.