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Trinidad & Tobago Restaurant Week: November 8th-17th!

Trinidad Tobago Restaurant WeekThe inaugural Trinidad & Tobago Restaurant Week  starts on Friday, November 8th and runs until Sunday, November 17th!  

We’re so excited for the restaurants and most of all you as you get to check out restaurants that may be to new to you and revisit past favorites!

Here’s the rundown of participating restaurants, pricing details and links to menus for the 2013 Trinidad & Tobago Restaurant Week (TTRW):

MENUS: Each participating restaurant is offering a special prix fixe DINNER menu (menu links are below). The items listed on the menus are plated and are not buffet.

PRICES: Prices listed (below) are per person and vary according to restaurant category ($400, $300, $200 or $120 per person).  Prices listed do include all taxes.  Also, keep in mind Restaurant Week sponsor AMCO World of Wine & Spirits is offering a complimentary cocktail and wine specials ($) for all Trinidad & Tobago Restaurant Week diners!

RESERVATIONS: Most restaurants require reservations during TTRW (November 8th – November 17th), if you’re dining from the special Restaurant Week menu. Be sure to mention that you are reserving for the T&T Restaurant Week special.

CONTEST: Post creative pictures of your TTRW meals (using the hashtag #TTRestaurantWeek and include the name of the restaurant) on the T&T Restaurant Week Facebook page for a chance to win a bottle of wine from AMCO World of Wine & Spirits.  More details here (link).

The following restaurants are participating in Restaurant Week with a special prix fixe dinner menu (this list is subject to change with restaurants being added, removed or changing categories based on their participation):

DIVINE - $400 per person (inclusive of all taxes):

DELECTABLE - $300 per person (inclusive of all taxes):

SAVORY $200 per person (inclusive of all taxes):

SCRUMPTIOUS - $120 per person (inclusive of all taxes):

RELATED LINKS: Trinidad & Tobago Restaurant Week Website and Trinidad & Tobago Restaurant Week Facebook Page

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One thought on “Trinidad & Tobago Restaurant Week: November 8th-17th!

  1. I don’t mean to be a critic here, if only for constructive purposes, but I thought that restaurant week sought to bring awareness to the fine dining/casual dining options that exist in T&T? Then if so, the idea should be to ENCOURAGE customers to dine in and not to simply offer your usual menu at it’s normal prices. I’ve dined at a few of these participating restaurants and I am not encouraged to participate in any way for the simple fact that these prix fixe meals are no ‘value deals’. If I had to choose exactly what I wanted to eat from their a la carte menus, the cost would be almost the same as the prix fixe menus.
    Just a hint for the next restaurant week: ‘Lower than usual’ prices might encourage greater participation by the avid restaurant goer as well as by those who would not normally dine out. Free advice.

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