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All reviews lobster crab cakes duck risotto potatoes bread salad wine list sound of the waves special occasion great ambience fine dining birthday dinner black rock lovely evening overlooking the sea visited this restaurant
Consistently good food and service from a very friendly staff. We love to sit where you can not only see the beach but see and hear the waves on it. Visiting Tobago wouldn't be the same without dining at The Seahorse.
Ate here 3 times in a week whilst staying at Grafton Beach Hotel , 2nd visit was for our anniversary and they sprinkled little red hearts on our table.Excellent location in courtyard overlooking the beach,On each occasion all our food was first class ( Especially...More
Excellent service from the time I made our reservation by phone to the end of our meal. Food quality & quantity exceeded expectations. All staff were very friendly & efficient, always checking with guests to ensure we had what we needed/wanted. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed...More
This has been so ar my favourite restaurant in Tobago. Beautiful setting,large and interesting menu, and the staff (mainly frmo the Philippines) knowledgeable and efficient. Pleas remember:you have to book!
Server was great...didn't catch his name. Nice Atmosphere.We dined outside and heard the sound of the waves crashing on the shore as we ate. The staff was friendly and most importantly the food was scrumptious!!!! We had calamari, scallops and crab cakes to start and...More
Food is usually very good. Highly recommend the crab cakes. I found the shrimp pasta to be inconsistently seasoned. Service was poor. Staff took long to check back on us. Waited long for the dessert and bill. No one even asked if we enjoyed the...More
My friends and I visited here for a birthday dinner and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. The ambiance was excellent, the staff was so friendly, the food was prompt and menu options were adequate. Would recommend to anyone.
We ate here three times during out visit. This is a more high-end restaurant but there's nothing stuffy about the service. We found it difficult to chose from the menu as there are so many tasty dishes. Favourites were the Daube of Beef, Belly of...More
Our third visit over the years; can’t stay away from such a delightful, alluring setting. Simply great ambiance. Drinks are good; starters are good, especially the scallop risotto. Wine list is extensive but way too expensive for even consideration. The entrees were mixed: great pork...More
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If you consider a 3 course meal, then you may be looking at an average of 320TT dollars or approx 40 Pounds per person, before drinks. (it all really depends on what you order to drink, alcoholic... More
Hi, Thanks for writing in.
If you consider a 3 course meal, then you may be looking at an average of 320TT dollars or approx 40 Pounds per person, before drinks. (it all really depends on what you order to drink, alcoholic or not, and quantity, that's why that has not been included)
And an average of 250TT dollars, or 32 Pounds for a 2 course, again excluding beverages.