Food Options in Castara for Extended Stay

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Food Options in Castara for Extended Stay

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Hi Everyone! I'm considering staying in Castara for most of January and wanted to get some insight on the food options since I'm not planning to cook much. I eat a basic ital/vegan/fish diet and am looking forward to doubles, roti, smoothies/juices, and of course, fresh fish. Should I be okay to find reasonably priced meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? Also, any suggestions for places with good doubles and fruit smoothies/fresh juices? Blessings.
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I presume you are here in Castara now? Plenty of choice to suite all pockets from Bobo selling his fresh( sometimes still warm) home made ‘pies’ at $10 and Ducks place to Castara Retreats ! Chenos for breakfast and now Ria at Cascreole! Riverside, Marguerites, Almond Tree, Boathouse etc, if you dont want to cook then eat ( and drink out ) !
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Hi Chris - I have not heard of Bobo - what kind of pies does he sell ?- also anyone in Castara making Rotis ?[ Marguerites made them one year I was there ]. Will be coming end of April [can't wait ! ] any info would be great - All the best - Rick
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Local ‘pies’ are like a flat pastie, fried. Variety of fillings depends what he has, potato, fish, choice of ‘sauce’. Marcie at Riverside does roti as does a lady up near ‘dangerous’ corner of Depot Road. Late mornings, lunch is early here! You have to ask in the morning or the day before. Always ask never assume !
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P.S. Shirma, Opposite the ATM is away at the moment but she bakes good bread and pastries, local soup( serious soup!) , all depends on the day, bbq on Fridays but as I say she is away at the moment.
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Thanks Chris - can't wait to ckeck it out ! All the best - Rick
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