Suriname Restaurants

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Suriname Restaurants

  • Super Javan or Hindustan meal for 5 US$

    Delicious Indonesian and Hindustan meals and snacks to be eaten in the warung (cafeteria) or to go. Nowhere better, nowhere cheaper, nowhere fresher, homemade on the spot. Try their fish sateh or, especially in the weekend, tahu.

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  • Historic setting

    This restaurant is located in one of the top 5 historic buildings of Paramaribo. It is used to be the central trading post and weighing house of the harbour. Its history dates back to the 17th century. It then was a wooden building which was lost in the great fire of 1821. It was rebuilt with stone walls of 1 meter thick. Later it was used as...

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  • Mcdonalds

    There's one Macdonalds in Suriname, located in Paramaribo.My opinion is that but it would be a waste of your money (and health) to eat here.Meals are small comparing them to American or European Mc's, and there's better and more tastefull food in Surinam, for cheaper prices.

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  • very good food at the Waterfront

    Good Suriname food you can find at the Waterfront at the Surinam river. It's not a restaurant, but there are different stands with all kinds of food: Creole, Indonesian, Chinese, very nice and very cheap. "bakabana with pindasaus"

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  • No diner here, but dancing is okay!

    It's the only "wok-restaurant" in Suriname. It's got Beautiful interior... And a great dancing area...But the buffet is so POOR, it would be a waste of your money.Okay, the 55 SRD for eating can be reasonable (althoug the the choices you have are... so little! And we had some spoiled fish, disgusting!!)And then they don't give you a menu-card for...

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  • Dutch lunch

    Here you can lunch the typical duth way (and meet lots of dutch people)Open till 3:00 P.M bread with tuna

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  • luxury dining in US dollars

    good european kitchen and steak, but very expensive for Surinam terms: Prices are in US dollars excl. taxes... Very romantic and beautiful environment. steak (not the pasta's!)

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  • Chi Min, Chinese food

    Very nice Chinese specialities, and very cheap! If you can't eat all, you can take it away!The only problem I had with this restaurant was the high airconditioning. Fried rice with a plate of sizzling shrimps

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  • Large meals chinese style

    It is the oldest chinese restaurant in Paramaribo. The restaurant doesn't have a special chinese atmosphere, it looks like your average chinese restaurant inside. The restaurant is however located on the second floor and when you sit at the window you do have a view.The food is great and the portions are huge. We were there with six people and we...

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  • Fresh sushi on request!

    Nice Korean Restaurant in beautiful Mahonylaan "Mahoganylane" lined with giant trees.Fish is superb, even lobster at affordable prices! Bulgogi (beef) scrumptious, fresh vegetables good. Chicken garlic plate and hot pepper soup to die for. Easy parking, view from upstairs restaurant not so entertaining though.Friendly staff tries well, but...

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  • One of the best chinese in town.

    In downtown Paramaribo you can enjoy of one of the best Chinese Restaurants in town.Fa Tai will give you a fast and efficient service with a wide range of chinese dishes. From typical spring rolls to different classes of duck dishes; all the beef you can imagine; vegetables; shrimps of all sort etc.....You can eat upstairs with a view of the...

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  • Its remind me back home!

    The Surinamese creole dishes are like hmmm very delicious. I enjoyed the Javanese dishes which reminds me of every morning at the back of the market I'll go and buy some Dawet, when you drink one u want another. This is a photo of my daughter enjoying some too.Other tasty foods to try are loempia, petjel, kafie, kemplang, croquel just to name a...

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  • Its remind me back home!

    The Surinamese creole dishes are like hmmm very delicious. I enjoyed the Javanese dishes which reminds me of every morning at the back of the market I'll go and buy some Dawet, when you drink one u want another. This is a photo of my daughter enjoying some too.Other tasty foods to try are loempia, petjel, kafie, kemplang, croquel just to name a...

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  • Drinking coffee or tea when watching...

    The Zeeland Coffee Beanery is not a reataurant but a coffee shop where you can drink coffee, cappuccino, tea or juice and have some cake with it.You can sit inside the shop but it's nicer to sit outside where you can watch the street life: schoolchildren having fun and passing by, shopping people, cars driving on the road, tramps asking for a...

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  • Chinese in South America

    When you want to eat in a different ambience than, for example, The Waterside, you can go to restaurant La Bastille in Paramaribo.In this restaurant you can eat European food but it's also possible to have some Chinese dishes.Also special to this restaurant was that you get your food at the same time when you're here with many people. In some other...

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  • Eating where the locals eat

    For a long time, The Waterside, a small part of the embankment of the Suriname river, is the meeting point for the local people of Paramaribo.At this place, under the almond trees, you can eat (or drink) from the early morning till the late evening.It's not really a restaurant but there are different stands where you can get your food. So you can...

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  • My mum's kitchen

    We'd sit on the veranda peeling shrimps at 40 degrees Celsius outside temperature. In cold and dreary Holland people would die eating such shrimps (salmonella) but not here. The shrimp are dried and used as taste enhancer and keep for years too. Pitjil which is a pestled mixture of peanuts, tamarind, garlic, palm sugar, peppers and many many...

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  • COOKING Our cuisine is a...

    COOKING Our cuisine is a mixture of Indigenous, African, Asian and Western cooking. All of these have their specialties and specific flavors. Some of our dishes may be familiar, while others may be new. Have you ever tried dishes like: -* pom - a local root baked to a delicious dish with chicken and orange juice-* peanut soup with tom-tom...

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