Where to Eat: 10 Best Caribbean Restaurants

February 11, 2011 at 12:00:00 AM EST | Post a Comment

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<p>It’s not just about pina coladas and fresh fish; Caribbean food is a complex blend of indigenous, African, and colonial influences. Native tubers such as yuca and taro, leafy vegetables like callaloo, and herbs such as cilantro recur in most island cuisines. Africans brought plantains, yams, pigeon peas, and assorted peppers. The Spanish introduced rice, and the British brought breadfruit from the South Pacific. Enjoy this eclectic cuisine at the following restaurants&mdash;our top picks in the Caribbean.</p>

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