WILLIWOOD NOW HAS IT’S OWN GOAT MEAT BURGER
WILLIWOOD — Curaçao has it’s own new delicatesse named “Williburger’, which officially was launched on Saturday April the 8th.
This burger is made with goat meat. It was a successful pilot project at Toko Williwood in St. Willibrordus and from now on it’s daily on the menu at Toko St. Willibrordus. The marketing stunt of this burger started at Hato, but soon it will be all over the island, so others can enjoy it.
“We are very proud we have launched a local product, which will benefit the Curaçao economy. The Williburger will not be available only at Toko Williwood, but at different other restaurants on the island. It’s a very natural burger. Part of the income this burger will produce, will be donated to talented youth and local innovative entrepreneurs activities, according to Marfa Wawoe, owner of Toko Williwood.
Restaurants can buy the burger and also the bread which contains the same ingredients as the burger and all are locally made. Also the toothpick is made in Curaçao.