Caribbean Cuisine in Boca Raton

Lorea Thomson
Posted by Lorea Thomson
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No trip to the Boca Raton area would be complete without exploring the local cuisine of the area. Being Southeast Florida, and a beach town, this means a lot of Caribbean culinary delights abound. Boca Raton is a varied community and its reflected in the available dining options.

Caribbean cuisine includes a mixture of cooking techniques, flavors, spices, and influences from the indigenous people on the islands, and the Spanish, British, Africans, Indian and Chinese who have inhabited the various islands. The cuisine isinfluenced by the crops that were pioneered onto the islands. Caribbean cuisine includes a variety of dishes from the different ethnicities brought to the islands with the arrival of people from in a different place. 

Make a beeline for the diverse area of Boca Raton and taste some of the best cuisine in town. You will get to indulge on Cuban cuisine at Padrino’s Cuban Restaurant. It all began for the Padrino’s with a small food market and winery in 1930’s Cuba. They brought Cuban cuisine to South Florida and now the third generation of Padrino’s are sharing classic Cuban family recipes with South Floridians. Try some Jamaican fare at Rocksteady Jamaican Bistro.  Rocksteady is 2018 Diner’s Choice Award winner offering island classics, fresh fish, and seafood. For all-round Caribbean goodness, head to Tropical Grill Island Cuisine and experience a taste of all the islands!


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