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Review of King's Bay Cafe - CLOSED

King's Bay Cafe
Price range: $5 - $15
Cuisines: Cafe, Grill
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Good for: Romantic, Local cuisine, Scenic view
Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Visit our cafe. Relax, enjoy the view and breeze while we prepare fresh grilled food. Fish, Chicken, lamb chops, beef or fish burgers, hot dogs and vegetarian options all served with a choice of potato and coleslaw. Sunday 12pm to 5pm, Monday and Tuesday 12pm to 6pm, Wednesday and Thursday CLOSED,12pm to 8pm Friday and Saturday. Calling for a reservation is recommended. NOTE: CAFE CLOSED DUE TO PERSONAL REASONS BUT WILL REOPEN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
Reviewed August 16, 2011

Read review and stopped here our day out around the Island.. Was not disappointed! View spectacular. food was fresh and tasty, service was good and the music excellent! We will come again..

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Thank CNason
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Reviewed May 13, 2011

From walking in to the sound of Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl" we knew we were in the right place! Fresh lime juice cordial as we viewed the menu then lamb chops, tuna burger home made brownies good coffee everything on the menu fresh and delicious. Great view, great food and great hosts ( with great taste in music as well!) all made a welcome change to the normal restaurant food available on island.

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1  Thank GinandtonicSurrey
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Reviewed April 20, 2011

This is a terrific restaurant!! The food is fresh, nicely prepared, and always delicious. I have tried some of the other restaurants on the island, but nothing comes close in quality and price. The grilled fish can't be beat and the owners Mr. Mike and Ms. Joanne are two of the nicest people on the island. I would go back to Tobago just to catch the breeze on the gorgeous deck overlooking the beautiful and panoramic view of the clear seas, have a nice meal and treat myself to one of their famous home made brownies.

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1  Thank mmg404
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Reviewed March 11, 2011

For top quality food at excellent prices head to The King's Bay Cafe on the Windward Road between Delaford and Speyside in the beautiful Island of Tobago. The fish served here is freshly caught daily from the fishing village of Charlotteville about a 20 minute drive away. Mike and Joanne are the lovely couple who own and run the place, Mike is the man on the grill and everything he grills is delicious, The view from your table looks over the stunning vista of King's Bay.
Locals and visitors alike enjoy the great food and ambience of this gem of a restuarant......oh and I should mention the music is also great.......I love this place :)

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Thank viola48
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Reviewed March 10, 2011

Love the cafe and the owners are lovely! The view is spectacular! Food is fresh. Check out the home made brownies. yum!! So inexepensive - what a bargain.

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Thank 60763Linda
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