Many hotels and resorts offer buffet meals and full English breakfasts etc. Fast food - including beef and veggie patties - are readily available. Look out for ackee, a yellow fruit, and salt fish in Jamaica. And of course there's Jerk chicken or pork, marinated in spices and peppers.
In Trinidad try a doubles, made out of two rounds of fried dough, filled with curried chickpeas in a spicy sauce, and in Guyana try a Pepperpot - a pork, beef or lamb stew flavoured with peppers, thyme, chillies and cassareep (grated cassava, brown sugar and cinnamon). All sold at local stalls and restaurants at brilliantly cheap prices for the satisfaction in store. Aruba's well-known for its nightlife, including Vegas-style big shows at its casinos and themed entertainment at its resorts.