Several beaches on Bonaire have acquired food trucks. Where I am from, we associate food trucks with grease trucks – that is NOT the case on Bonaire. These food trucks have incredible tastings from land and sea. It’s the prefect mix of unspoiled, quiet beaches with fabulous, high quality food and thirst quenching drink.
We’ve always been a fan of Te’Amo beach with the Kite City Food Truck, where I had the most amazing and fresh tuna. Te’Amo beach is located across from the airport, just past Port Bonaire. Find them by searching @kitecitybonaire on Facebook. They advertise being open everyday.
Cactus Blue Mobile Food Truck at Donkey Beach (dive site #37) serving burgers, lionfish burgers and wraps with a smile. You can find the most updated information on Facebook by searching Cactus Blue Bonaire. They advertise being open Monday – Friday 11-3.
A recent guest raved about the King Kong Food truck at Bachelor’s Beach. Serving, among other things, gourmet burgers, hotdogs and fries – they offer something for everyone. Bachelor’s beach is a short drive past Donkey beach (dive site #38). They advertise being open most days.
If you decide to spend day at one of these beaches, feel free to take some of the beach chairs from our garage. You are also welcome to bring the pool towels (with the Villa Lunt logo) as well. If you have snorkel gear, bring it along.
We recommend you check the respective facebook pages for truck availability on the day you plan to go. As is the nature of mobile food trucks, their staff is small, and there are days they may not make it to the beach. However, these 3 beaches are in a row on Eeg Boulevard, if the first beach doesn’t have the truck, just keep driving 🙂