Bonaire Food and Drink
The restaurants serve predominantly Creole cooking, particularly seafood dishes, including conch shell meat, grilled spicy fish and lobster. A variety of Chinese, French, Indonesian, Italian and international cooking can also be found. There are several hotels, restaurants and bars in Kralendijk to choose from.
• Iguana soup.
• Kabrito stoba (goat stew).
• Pika Siboyo (a popular sauce made with onions marinated in vinegar and hot peppers).
• Pastechis (plump pastries filled with spicy meat, shrimp or fish).
• Cocada (sweet cocunut candy).
Things to know
Restaurants and bars are usually closed by midnight.
There is typically a 10% service charge in restaurants and a 6% tax.