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Mambwe

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I'll be going to Provo in August and I am trying to find some good place to eat. Where do the locals eat? I am looking for some real caribbean food.

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Mambwe:

I have a friend who moved there a few years ago. This is his answer to your question:

"the locals can't afford to eat out.

I go to a place called "Caribbean delight cafe" in grace bay area. Up the street from the sever stars behind the pharmacy. stewed chicken, ox tail with peas and rice. The locals eat there. Its the best place I have found."

That may be an interesting start for you!

Take good notes on what you find.

Have a great trip.

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Mambwe:

I have a friend who moved there a few years ago.  This is his answer to your question:

"the locals can't afford to eat out.

I go to a place called "Caribbean delight cafe" in grace bay area. Up the street from the sever stars behind the pharmacy. stewed chicken, ox tail with peas and rice. The locals eat there. Its the best place I have found."

That may be an interesting start for you!

Take good notes on what you find.

Have a great trip.

They must have mixed feelings about tourists.

I will take a look at the cafe your friend mentioned. My goal besides sitting on a beach and doing almost nothing is to try some local Caribbean food. I will take notes and post on my findings when I get back.


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