Since the 17th century the majestic Landhuis Dokterstuin has served many functions. Once the domain of the civil registry and housing for local doctors, Dokterstuin has now been converted into the bustling Krioyo restaurant. Its basic interior is littered with antique wooden furniture and household tools and after you climb two steep sets of stairs you'll be rewarded with a rustic dining area and a large outdoor patio covered by a tin roof that protects its patrons from heavy rains and the unrelenting sun. Although the menu is quite extensive, at least half of the items usually aren't available, so you might want to consult the staff before ordering. That said, the food is delicious and authentic, but you should probably avoid Sundays when it looks like the whole population of the island shows up here for lunch.