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Lunch, Dinner
Caribbean, Seafood
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Table Service, Waterfront, BYOB
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Reviewed January 20, 2021

Loved the pre-order that we had to do to eat here. Don't know if this is a covid adjustment, but it worked well for us. Lobster was cooked well, and portions were more than generous. Our hostess was really pleasant. The sides were served family...style so we got a taste of all we ordered. Loved the ambiance; seaside and intimate.More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed January 13, 2021 via mobile

Excellent experience. He arranged the taxi and called to ensure that I was picked up as arranged. Fare charged was reasonablet, driver was knowledgeable and friendly and car was comfortable and spotless.

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed July 10, 2020 via mobile

Following TripAdvisor’s rating we chose Trinidad Paradise Travel & Grill to celebrate our 36th anniversary. Even though we did not choose to go with their famed lobster and chose the catch of the day - happened to be kingfish- we were well satisfied. It’s a...unique location with the waves lapping beneath and around you. If you enjoy good Caribbean cooking and generous portions we highly recommend. Thanks to Lynette and her chef for a pleasant evening!More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed May 13, 2020

Highly recommended for local seafood, especially lobsters. The Paradise is tiny, so book ahead, maybe even before you travel to Tobago in the high season. It is unpretentious with the focus on the food. Exactly what is available will depend n the catch that day,...so be prepared to be flexible, but it will be fresh and delicious. You also need to take your own booze, if that what you want with you meal. It is right on the beach. On the day we visited, the wind and waves were a bit high, which meant they had to move the tables back from the edge, to avoid getting splashed. Don't dress up! Go for the food, and have fun.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 8, 2020

We had heard about this restaurant and the lobster was excellent. We brought our own bottle of wine and the owner provided us with a wine chiller for our table. The decor was simple but lovely. We got there for sunset and enjoyed the meal...and ambiance.More

Date of visit: February 2020
LynetteG998, Owner at Tobago Paradise Travel and Grill, responded to this reviewResponded March 10, 2020

Thank you.

Reviewed March 6, 2020 via mobile

Title says it all, really simple menu but lobster is the star of the show. Lovely, small and genuine little restaurant that could easily be a bigger thing - would certainly make getting a table a bit easier!!! Loved this place, visit with confidence and...take some decent champagne, you deserve it!!!More

Date of visit: February 2020
LynetteG998, Owner at Tobago Paradise Travel and Grill, responded to this reviewResponded March 10, 2020

Thank you!

Reviewed March 3, 2020

Quite simply the best meal we ate in Tobago. If there is a Groundhog day, please let this be part onf mine. The restaurant is small, only 5 tables, ergo you need to book. It is a very basic shack on the Pigeon point road.....But...who cares because the food is unbelievably good. There is a choice of fish or lobster. We had lobster, wedges and cold slaw. Now a word of warning; the lobsters come in 4 sizes.1/ Small ( it isn't) 2/ Small medium ( you will sit up and salute when it is served.3/ Large ( you may be asked to help the chef wrestle it into the pot. And 4/ Extra large, Lobsters this size had parts in 20,000 leagues under the sea ! It's bring your own booze so pop to the supermarket and get a bottle of Pinot Grigio chilled first. Do make this part of your Tobago experience. It's our last night and we are going back, because it's just sooooo good..More

Date of visit: February 2020
LynetteG998, Owner at Tobago Paradise Travel and Grill, responded to this reviewResponded March 10, 2020

Thank you!

Reviewed February 26, 2020

We visited here on the last night of our stay. We had our baby boy with us and Lynette was very accommodating, not making a fuss even when he got fussy. The food was delicious! We ordered Fried Plantains, Fried Fish with Wedges and salad...a med-small lobster. The lobster was huge! Sorry to say, but my husband and I ignored our son for a few minutes-so delicious was this food! We didn't stay for long because of the baby and although it was dine in, Lynette offered to foil and pack our stuff while we tried to settle the baby. It worked out well because when he fell asleep, we enjoyed every inch of the remaining food. That lobster was divine! The fish too was so fresh and fried to perfection! A must visit!More

Date of visit: February 2020
LynetteG998, Owner at Tobago Paradise Travel and Grill, responded to this reviewResponded February 28, 2020

Thank you for coming and supporting us. Baby boy Triston was part of the experience.

Reviewed February 21, 2020

Even if you just want to eat lobster once in your life, this is the place to do it. On the face of it, the restaurant is a small shack on the beach with only five tables. It is deservedly rated number 1 on Tripadvisor...because of the quality and good value of its lobster offerings. It is essential to pre-book. We had to take a 20.30 time to get a booking. As luck would have it, there was torrential rain for several hours in the late afternoon. We battled through the puddles along Pigeon Point and found we were the only diners at that late time. The waves were crashing into the dining area, onto the tables nearest the sea. No problem where we were sitting. You can order your lobster in one of four sizes: small, Medium small, Large and Gigantic. We chose medium small (for around $US 40) and were given three huge half-lobsters each. It was as much lobster meat as any reasonable person could eat, and absolutely delicious. They have no alcohol license and you can bring your own wine or beer for no charge. It was one of the most memorable meals of our lives. They serve fish too. The fact that these fish dishes are so reasonably priced tells you that the lobster prices are largely based on the high cost of Caribbean lobsters in the market. The restaurant adds only a modest amount for its own substantial contribution to your enjoyment.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 21, 2020 via mobile

Lynette and Allan have created something quite special We spent yet another memorable evening there yesterday ! Food Location Service Price all way beyond expectations! Amazing They deserve every possible success Don’t Leave Tobago without visiting at least once !!! You will be hooked We...will be back in July Ian Kinga LilyMore

Date of visit: February 2020
LynetteG998, Owner at Tobago Paradise Travel and Grill, responded to this reviewResponded February 22, 2020

It was a pleasure having you. Thank you for your continued support. Lynette

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