In the Press

Trinidad Restaurants Featured in New York Times (Dec 2011)

Trinidad was the subject of The New York Times “36 Hours” Travel column published on December 29, 2011.

Several of our favourite restaurants in Trinidad were mentioned including:

MORE SUSHI (Woodbrook, Trinidad) – “For something more upscale…More Sushi…serves up scrumptious rolls: the one called Iron Chef features crab salad wrapped in salmon.” 

DRINK! WINE BAR (Woodbrook, Trinidad) – “The wine list is extensive and the soundtrack as eclectic as the crowd.”

IPANEMA RESTAURANT (Woodbrook, Trinidad) – “The romantic setting — a handsomely restored Creole house — is classically Trini, but the food is a continent away: newly opened Ipanema…offers churrasco-style dining, allowing carnivores to indulge in beef, pork, chicken, lamb and sausage.”

CHAUD CREOLE (St. Ann’s, Trinidad) – “All the local favorites are on full display at this chic respite from the hustle-and-bustle, from souse (spicy pickled pig or chicken feet) to flour dumplings boiled in coconut milk, handmade rotis and curries galore.”

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