|Out and about
Saba may be small but besides Scout's Place Restaurant and Bar it has some great places to eat out. You'll be happily surprised by the variety and value for money of Saba's cuisine! All restaurants and bars accept either US Dollars or Netherlands Antillean Guilders
(n.a.f.) exchange rate ($1.00 = 1.8 n.a.f)
Ask about the ability to pay by credit card as some places don't accept certain (or any) credit card payments!
Great local seafood and prime USDA steaks. The
Owners Michael and Trish are avid photographers and scuba divers. Ask
to see Michael’s slide show towards the end of the evening when
he's finished serving his very popular menu.
Thursday is prime rib night.
Saturday is Saba's only Sushi night.
Opened every night of the week (except Tuesdays) from 6:30 p.m. Reservations
All major Credit Cards excepted.
Saba’s one and only “Country & Western
saloon”. Husband and wife team Eddie and Pat have a policy on the
music they play, Country & Western only, he has a massive collection
so even if it's not your kind of music, there'll always be a tune you'll
leave with... humming and whistling you on your way.
and Friday nights it's B.B.Q. where Eddie cooks excellent ribs
and chicken over an open charcoal grill. $12.00 per person for ribs,
chicken or a combo served with fried rice, baked beans and a smile.
Sunday night it's Steak Night. $18.00 for a rib eye steak, baked potato
with butter, sour cream and side salad. Due to its popularity with tourists
and Sabans alike reservations are definitely recommended on Tuesday,
Friday and Sunday for food.
All three popular nights are great value as Eddie & Pat always serve
up an ample plate of delicious food and enough jovial banter to make
you want to stay afterwards and drink the night away... until Eddie
utters those cheerful words "drink up folks, you don't gotta go
home... but you can't stay here". Cash Only.
A popular place for food and drink. Saba's Treasure has made quite a name for itself with it's delicious pizza's! They
also serve great sandwiches, steaks, salads and burgers.
They have have a great collection of blues and classic rock CDs, which
makes for enjoyable listening & a great atmosphere. Robbie Lynn, local
artist, designed the interior around a historical nautical theme with
lots of interesting old articles and pictures of Saba. Be sure to check
out the book on the bar put together by former Commissioner Will
Johnson, Will is an avid historian on all things related to Saba and has
put together an interesting collection of memorabilia from the island.
Open 10 to 10 p.m. everyday except Sunday. Cash
Café is the perfect place to relax any time of the day. Its charming
terrace dining room overlooks the pool & Jacuzzi with a panorama
of the mountainside terrain and the sparkling blue Caribbean Sea below.
Serving a varied menu including one of the biggest burgers you'll find
in the islands along with great breakfasts!
Friday’s movie night (a great precursor to Scout's Sabaoke night!). for $10.00 you'll get a great burger (USDA Beef, Chicken,
Fish or Veggie), a large portion of fries and admission to Saba’s
one and only outdoor big screen cinema, where owners Wim and Johanna screen
the latest blockbusters.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from 7 a.m. till late at night.
Closed Monday’s for lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended for
All major credit cards excepted.
Dine in one
of the most romantic settings Saba has to offer, high up on the outskirts
of the rainforest, candle light and the sounds of nature are all around
have an authentic Indonesian “Rijsttafel”. Rijsttafel, which
literally translates to “rice table”, is a combination of
about a dozen different dishes served with white rice. The dishes include
such delicious Indonesian specialties as curried beef, pork in soy sauce,
chicken sate with peanut sauce, shrimps or fish with lemon grass and
coconut milk, omelet with sweet and sour sauce, christophenes in coconut
cream, pickled cucumbers, carrots and onions, beans in a spicy coconut
milk sauce, peanuts with grated coconut, plus a variety of other condiments
prepared with spices from the Far East.
Wednesday night, owner Tom van't Hof (who originally
established the Saba and Bonaire Marine Parks) gives a slide show about
the rainforest of Saba.
Their chef Bernt who was trained in Europe (France & Holland) always
gets great reviews, the Coconut Curried Shrimp is his specialty which
can't be missed.
Located within the Ecolodge Rendez-vous Open for breakfast, lunch and
dinner. Closed Monday for lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended
Kitchen (Willem left in 2008)
host is Willem who'll greet you with a friendly smile... friendly service
and great food is the trademark of this restaurant that has a definite
European atmosphere. Open air, surrounded by tropical foliage and located
above the Lambee's Place in Windwardside.
Open six days a week for lunch and dinner (closed sunday). All major
credit cards excepted.
Michel & Lyliane serve both traditional French and Caribbean inspired
cuisine, you can dine inside or outside where a spectacular view of St.
Martin and the neighboring islands awaits you.
They take great pride in their vintage wine collection and have been awarded
the prestigious "Wine Spectator Award" for having one of the
top wine list in the world for the past four years running! Ask at our
reception to arrange a wine tasting! Open
daily. All major credit cards excepted.