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Bonaire Hospitality Group, a collaboration of hospitality entrepreneurs on the island, is proud to announce the ‘Bonaire Culinary Passport’.  An initiative to promote the fine food, cooking skills and hospitality Bonaire’s restaurants have to offer.

The Bonaire Culinary Passport offers Bonaire’s visitors the option to have dinner at the three participating restaurants: Cuba Compagnie, Ingridients Restaurant and It Rains Fishes. At each restaurant the guest will get a passport stamp. When the passport is full with all three stamps it can be handed in at any of the participating restaurants in exchange for a typical Bonaire souvenir from The Saltman.

This Thursday, May 26th, the Bonaire Culinary Passport was officially introduced at Cuba Compagnie. The first passport was handed out to Mr. Adriaens, Director of Tourism, Tourism Corporation Bonaire, by acting Governor Mrs. Betancourt- Anthony.”

The three participating restaurants offer a diverse cuisine and atmosphere, so guests can really experience all Bonaire has to offer. Cuba Compagnie; a little bit of Cuba on Bonaire offers an international cuisine in an historical building with stirring music and exotic dancing.

Ingridients Restaurant serves delightful dishes based on the Mediterranean cuisine combined with local produce in a place of fresh elegance, overlooking the magical blue waters. The name says it already; It Rains Fishes serves the guests a large variety of daily fresh fish, locally caught of flown in, besides other incredible dishes . All served at the waterfront with a view on the fisherman’s boats.  

The Bonaire Culinary Passport will be handed out at all three participating restaurants. Stamps will be handed out to passport owners during dinner time only and one passport per guest check will be rewarded.

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