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.”