This is the place to meet Krioyo food. I chose the 'end' restaurants: Yyvonne and Zus. Just my opinion. Maybe not the right place for clean freaks.
This place is soooo yummy!! We enjoy upscale restaurants when traveling, but local cuisine is always a treat. My husband and I found this place during a visit 2 years ago and placed it on the top of our list for lunch during our next visit. If you like to experience culture, this is a great place to eat in... More
Just an ordinary lunch place. Food quality was "ok" but not for the price which was close to real restaurants. Worth trying once just for the experience. Won't go again.
We ate at "Grasa de Dios". An informal place with many locals, great service and surprisingly reasonable prices.The plates are very well served and the food is exquisite and very tasty. The owner uses to sit in the customers table to take the orders and have a little chat. Even when the place is crowded he doesn't seem to be... More
Six different "restaurants" under one roof (though at least one is not operating right now), only open for lunch. Menu of traditional Curacao food including stoba (stew) of beef or chicken or goat. Also excellent oxtail and conch. Menus mostly not in English, but just ask any of the cooks or waitresses what to order and you won't be disappointed.... More
We are always looking for the local food experience and were having a tough time on Curaçao. Our last day proved to be the best meal we had! We went to Plaza Bieu for lunch and had a wonderful conch meal and a chicken skewer. They are only open for lunch, so don't plan a dinner, but is well worth... More
Tripadvisor lists Plaza Bieu as one restaurant. However, it appeared to me that the plaza was simply a pavilion housing several food vendors--each one being an independent "restaurant." This review is specifically for Gracia di Dios, which was the 3rd vendor as you enter the plaza. My wife and I each ordered fried snapper. Mine was accompanied by moro (rice... More
We, the management of restaurant Grasia Di Dios, are totally dedicated to serve our clients in such a way, that we endeavour to stand out in the way we serve the clients who wish to eat with us. However we undergo very strong competition coming from the doorways, because many new visitors do not know that every restaurant is different,... More
I've always said that if you want good sushi, find out where the Japanese eat. Same goes for Curacao and the Plasa Bieu. We heard about this place from our German Divemaster, Oliver. He highly recommended it. Basically, you walk into the place, and there are a series of barbecue pits along the left, and maybe 20-30 picnic tables on... More
Must make this a stop on your next trip to get in touch with the local cuisine. We had the stewed goat and stewed beef, one with white rice and one with brown rice and beans. Definitely get the goat and brown rice and bean. They were very good and well worth the trip. We also had fried plantains which... More
This should be the place where all the locals go for lunch...It seems to be a very hot place where they use a lot of oil to prepare everything. I had some very salty chicken I left most of the plate because it was way to greasy. The place is very dark and hot and it seems like the two... More
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