Calling all food enthusiasts! Get ready to embark on a culinary adventure in the vibrant Pietermaai district, where our restaurants 'De Heeren @ sea' and coffee shop 'La Reina' eagerly await your arrival. But wait, there's more! We've got the inside scoop on other fantastic dining spots nearby that will satisfy all your cravings.
Pietermaai is a culinary paradise, boasting an eclectic array of restaurants, cafes, and bars that will tantalize your taste buds. Whether you're in the mood for local specialties, crave mouthwatering sushi, or desire a feast fit for royalty, Pietermaai has you covered with its diverse culinary offerings.
To help you navigate this gastronomic wonderland, we've curated a list of six of our favorite restaurants, all conveniently located within walking distance of Scuba Lodge. But don't stop there! Our friendly reception team is always ready to share more recommendations or assist you in making reservations to ensure you have an unforgettable dining experience.
So, let your appetite be your guide, and let the flavors of Pietermaai lead the way. Bon appétit!
Café de Tijd/Eetbar Op=Op in Punda is famous for its epic spareribs—big and juicy, you won't leave hungry! But hey, they've got more tricks up their sleeve too. Sink your teeth into their mouthwatering lomito (tenderloin), dive into some delightful fish & chips, or go all out with a schnitzel. The choices are drool-worthy!
Restaurant Ginger serves a fusion of Indian, Asian, and Caribbean cuisine. The menu features fresh seafood, tikka masala, palak paneer, coconut curry, and several other specialties. Let yourself be seduced by the scents, flavors, and colors.
Kome means "eat" in Papiamentu. At Kome, you can enjoy international cuisine and a wide range of cocktails. Every Wednesday is tapas night during which you can discover interesting dishes such as waffles with fried chicken, tempura green beans, and more.
The name says it all! Mundo Bizarro is a highly atmospheric restaurant, decorated with vintage furniture, antique trinkets, and mural paintings. But the decor is not the only highlight at Mundo Bizarro; their Caribbean-inspired dishes are as vibrant and colorful as the restaurant.
Having lunch at Plasa Bieu is an experience in itself! Here you can really discover our local Curaçaoan cuisine; stews, soup, seafood, and more. Plasa Bieu is also called Marshe Bieu or Old Market. The building was originally a covered market hall.
Are you craving sushi? Look no further than Temari Sushi, where you can dive into the world of Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine. Picture this: melt-in-your-mouth sashimi, tantalizing ceviche, refreshing salads, and delectable meat and fish dishes. They've got you covered with a wide array of vegetarian and vegan sushi rolls too.