People from Spain, the Netherlands, Africa, Indonesia, India, Venezuela, and Portugal comprise some of the 40-plus nationalities living in Curaçao. Each group has brought unique culinary traditions, skills, and spices, creating a vibrant cuisine.
Snack on Curaçaoan dumplings, meatballs, wafers, pancakes, peanut cookies, and raw herring. Lunch on delicious seafood, including lionfish, a delicacy, or try lizard stew, a local specialty. And don’t forget to toast each other with a cocktail made with Blue Curaçao liqueur.