Both popular and expertly created, the food and drink at Magdalena Grand provides you with an astonishing array of exquisite dining possibilities.
Pembois Restaurant & Terrace
Each morning Magdalena Grand features an all‐you‐can‐eat breakfast buffet at Pembois Restaurant & Terrace. The menu changes daily to keep the food fresh and interesting, allowing you to wake up embracing different flavours every day. Pembois is the most popular breakfast spot on the island, and is also open for lunch and dinner daily.
Enjoy lunch poolside overlooking the ocean at Salaka Grill, where a deliciously inviting selection of salads, sandwiches, wraps, and light snacks all await you. At night Salaka Grill turns into the Chef’s blackboard special restaurant, utilising only the freshest ingredients as you look out over the inspiring ocean, or stargaze at an unobstructed sky.
Discover the unique Caribbean Fusion cuisine in an upscale, romantic environment that forms one of the top restaurants in Tobago — Kali’na. The chef features traditional Caribbean or Creole recipes prepared in a modern European style, as well as dishes drawn from the world’s finest cuisines, all refined with exotic Caribbean ingredients.
An English‐style pub and sports bar that features a pub menu and a full‐service bar, Robinson Crusoe specialises in light meals such as burgers and fries, nachos, and a renowned wings dish, all accompanied by good times and a vibrant atmosphere.
Benné Cafe is located at Magdalena Grand’s front entrance and features gorgeous patio seating, offering a wide range of freshly ground and brewed coffee and teas along with home‐made delights from the bakery such as heavenly croissants and mouth‐watering cookies. The perfect spot for coffee, tea, and a scrumptious bite.
Tavaco Lounge is the perfect spot to enjoy classic cocktails, premium spirits, and sparkling drinks prepared by the Magdalena Grand’s award‐winning mixologist’s team. Unwind and be soothed by the sounds of their piano playing, jazz, blues, and much more.
Li’l Nylon Pool Bar
The Li’l Nylon Pool Bar allows you to swim up and sit right at the bar without having to leave the refreshing embrace of the pool. Enjoy your favourite cocktail or discover a new one at this refreshing location.
Fancy exploring the local area and investigating the culture, heritage and soul that comes with the homemade cuisine served up at some of the best restaurants around whilst you’re at it? Take a look at some of our recommendations of where you should definitely cruise by, especially handy if you opt for the B&B option:
Shore Things - 6 Mins Drive
Like most Tobago diners, you will likely be greeted by the owner themselves at Shore Things. Like welcoming you into their home, you will be made to feel special from the first moment. The eclectic atmosphere mixed with an awesome ocean view make Shore Things a must visit, oh and the coffee and cheesecake are a must!
Barcode Sports Bar & Grill - 9 Mins Drive
Not your traditional Tobago dining experience, this sports bar surprises even the locals with its unique mix of sports and great grub. Don't be put off by the sports element, this is a top class place to fill your belly. The Ribs are to die for!
Blue Crab Restaurant - 15 Mins Drive
World renowned for its unique dining experience. Head to Blue Crab and be greeted by the owner Alison and her chef (and husband) Kenneth, and their reputations as the best characters on the island certainly won’t disappoint. The Crab Tree has no menus, so it’s full of delicious surprises. Curried fish, blackened pork and fried plantain are a firm favourite though. The pork in particular is out of this world. Throughout your meal Alison will certainly keep you entertained with tales of her adventures and quirky sense of humour. The Crab Tree Restaurant really represents the essence of Tobago: big characters, big flavour, and big love.