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“Relaxing dinner not to be missed...”

Tobago Paradise Travel and Grill
Ranked #3 of 46 Restaurants in Crown Point
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Caribbean
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed 4 March 2018

We found this restaurant thanks to Trip Advisor; as others have stated it's on the road to Pigeon Point and we parked easily right across at the strip mall. This intimate restaurant/beach shack has only a few tables and we happily snagged one by booking ahead and watched the sun set with a fisherman wading in the sea. Since Allan, chef/owner, was alone that night we had time to listen to the waves as the sky darkened and chat with fellow customers. The lobster/mahi with sauce were fresh, and nice size with accompaniments. We ordered coconut ice cream (despite being satiated) because we wanted to linger: it was homemade and tasty. The price point was reasonable and it was a nice find in the area.

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Reviewed 26 February 2018

My go to place to eat lobster - my holiday treat, but the fish is also delicious and the service excellent. There is a limited choice - but what they do is lovely and all we need. Very good value for money too.
They don't have a drinks licence so you can take your own wine and they don't charge corkage.
You can see and hear the sea. It's a small, intimate restaurant, so you need to book.

1  Thank JoyfromLondon
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Reviewed 6 February 2018 via mobile

Excellent meal in a lovely setting-eating over the water(literally). The pepper shrimp was very good and the coconut ice cream, excellent.
Overall, the great spot.

1  Thank ChrisFromNJ
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Reviewed 5 February 2018

Amazing restaurant for the best, and largest lobster dinner i have ever had the pleasure to enjoy. Essential experience for romantic evening meal. Credit to Allan the chef not only for the great food but also for dealing with all the service as well (his partner was ill that day so he was on his own). Make sure you: 1. Reserve a table and a lobster in advance. 2. Arrive in good time for sunset drink 3. Its BYOB so if you drink take along a small bottle of rum 4. Make sure you prepare your appetite if you're having a larger lobster!

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1  Thank Vernon H
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Reviewed 28 January 2018

Called and tried to make reservations. This place only seats 12 people so reservations are a MUST! Company did not acknowledge request for a reservation that was done for us by our hotel. Trying to find this place was very difficult. Needed to ask people where it was located. Front signage is not very good. Got there at 4:30 pm and place was locked down tight. Checked out water side where you eat. It was quite small. Don’t go before sun set or you will roast out there. Ended up not eating there since they could not accommodate us for 2 more hours when they would start serving.

1  Thank Robert S
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