DINE

A destination with as many flavors as there are shades of blue in Caribbean sea.

For a lesson on Trinidad & Tobago’s history, all you have to do is taste the food. Influences from indigenous Amerindians; Spanish, French, British and Dutch colonial empires; African slaves; indentured Indian laborers and Chinese, Arab and Venezuelan settlers have all shaped our cultural traditions, and it’s evident in local culinary landscape.

So unique and captivating are our flavors that they’ve garnered wide international acclaim from The GuardianThe New York Times, The Food Network, and many more.

Whether you roam around Tobago or venture over to sister-isle Trinidad, there’s no shortage of casual, street-style and fine-dining restaurants serving up both traditional local cuisine and international fare, the reviews for which can be found on the popular local food blog TriniChow.com.