Chinese / Dim Sum / Late Night Hours / Open on Sundays / Party/Private Rooms / Port of Spain / Vegetarian/Vegan Options

EAGLE’S RESTAURANT (Port of Spain, Trinidad)

Head to EAGLE’S RESTAURANT for a taste of Trinidad’s dim sum!

Lunch and dinner (see menu here) are also served daily, while dim sum is served all day on Sundays at very reasonable prices.  The service at EAGLE’S is friendly and efficient, with orders coming out very quickly.

EAGLE’S a la carte dim sum menu is extensive with over 40 items including excellent options like the Fried Dumplings with Celery, Spicy Spare Ribs w/Black Bean Sauce, Shrimp Stuffed Peppers, Steamed Pork Ball (Siu Mai), Fried Spicy Squid, Veg & Pork Buns, Steamed Shrimp Buns, Bean Curd Rolls, Sticky Rice Puffs and Dasheen Cake.  We weren’t brave enough to try the Stewed Pork Tripe, Steamed Spicy Chicken Feet or the Beef Tripe w/Black Bean Sauce, but maybe next time.

Dim sum prices are $20 – $22 for most baskets except for the Dried Beef Noodle, Bagi Chai Sum Lettuce, Fried Seafood Noodle, Fried Duck and Crispy Pork, which are $60 – $70.  (Link to our Eagle’s Pictures and Dim Sum Menu.)

Close out your EAGLE’S dim sum feast with the Steamed Egg Yolk Buns (Egg Yolk Pow), which taste much better than they sound.  These pows are stuffed with a wonderful sweet custard filling and go down so nicely with a cup of tea.

Cuisine – Chinese

Serving/Hours – Lunch & Dinner: Monday – Sunday, 11am – 10pm

Features – Full service; Full bar; Dim Sum served all day on Sundays.

Address/Phone - #1 Alcazar Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad; (868) 628-8812

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2 thoughts on “EAGLE’S RESTAURANT (Port of Spain, Trinidad)

  1. I went with a party of three persons and whilst the food was o.k. the customer service was grossly horrible……I am not a Trinidadian and I do understand that overall, this is not a service industry country, but if the managers are presenting horrible customer service, what are their employees supposed do?

    • Sorry to hear the service wasn’t good at Eagles when you visited. Perhaps it was an aberration because the last time we went with four adults and two kids and twin toddlers, the restaurant (and our waitress) did a wonderful job of accommodating us and the noisy kids.

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