Corn Island’s “Restaurant Relax” Famous for a Great Breakfast Menu

Restaurant Relax in Great Corn Island in known amongst travelers to have one of the most delicious Breakfast menus on the whole island. Their use of local ingredients and traditional styles of cooking combined with a good knowledge of breakfast items most travelers love, make this place a hit!

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The Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua is a region rich in seafood, fruits, tubers, and coconuts. Traditional food cooked by native “Black Kriol” islanders is with the important ingredient, “home made coconut milk” and “coconut oil”.

After the emancipation from slavery in 1841 the Corn Islands local economy was mainly based on the production of coconut oil, but after Hurricane Joan in 1988 most of the coconut tree’s were destroyed, after which emerged the spiny lobster fishing industry.

Today the Coconut Tree’s are  thriving and well  native islanders are using long old coconut milk based recipes to win over the taste buds of the growing numbers of visitors to the islands.

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Restaurant Relax is located in the South End neighborhood on Big Corn Island, Nicaragua.
Open everyday in the week from 7am till 10pm. Offers wi-fi to all clients,
Friday is Ladies Night with discount on food and drink items.
Tuesday is Country Music night, a favorite music of most locals in the Corn Islands.

For more info: call 505 25755885 or
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Relax-Restaurant-South-End/1420158501586514?fref=ts

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