When going to debe u must try the hotspot "d green shed" it is d best hot on d spot. U can get everything from doubles, aloo pie, saheena and katchourie. When u are finished u can always grab some local sweets in a shop...More
Met some local people on my first trip down, and we started talking about local foods. We went into town and stopped at this very busy stand in downtown for DOUBLES. They were so spicy and yet SO GOOD! Then we walked across the street...More
while checking out of the Westin in Portand I grabbed 4 Brisket Sandwiches from this food truck nearby for our ride to Bar Harbor - have to say it was the best Sandwich and possibly best meal of our whole trip, they managed to prepare...More
different kinds of food carts, you can get Indian, jerk, barbecue, corn soup. be careful of which you pick, you want a pleasant experience. look carefully who the crowd is buying from, ask someone about the quality and taste. Be careful of the hot sauce,...More
A must place to stop for a wee snack on the way home from anywhere ! There is always a crowd of people at the stalls, many eating where they stand, some sitting, some in cars. Never disappointed .
I went to a few doubles carts to taste this local street food. The bara was what differentiated one cart from the next. Also - the longer the line, the better the doubles! The cost for one double was about 5 TT$. We also went...More
Not to be missed in Trinidad is "doubles", the Indian-Trini street food made of fried bara, a split-peas dough, filled with savory cooked channa (chickpeas), mango chutney, shado beni sauce (like cilantro), and with or without pepper. Go early in the morning, when they are...More
every country/island i visit, i must have something from a street vendor. this includes doubles. word of advice: when going to buy any street food, especially doubles, ALWAYS go by the most crowded place where people are eating on the spot.
British influence in cuisine in the former colonies can be thought if either as deplorable or unfortunate. Many countries in the Americas, such as Belize and some Caribbean islands are now suffering from the over-fried and taste-killing cooking inheritance. Trinidad and Tobago are no exception....More