LOBSTER LINGUINE (Sail’s Restaurant, Grenada)

When you think about having lunch at a restaurant/food spot on an island I’m sure you envision an ocean view while eating right? Well that’s certainly my ideal idea of lunch when visiting any island! You can never get too much of a beach view! At Sails Restaurant, which is conveniently located in Carenage, Grenada,…

SALTFISH BULJOL

Trinidadian style breakfast is one of the best if you ask me…maybe because I am Trini and have grown up around all sorts of delicious local foods. One item that is loved by manyyyy is saltfish  buljol! As with every dish we know, there are many different ways of preparing any particular one, which like…

CATCH OF THE DAY & LAMBI ROTI (Le Chateau, Grenada)

Le Chateau is a casual and relaxing dining spot located in Mont Toute, Grenada. The open air dining setup at the establishment caught my attention as we drove past earlier that day and I knew for sure I needed to pay them a visit. My meal choice that evening was the grilled catch of the day…

STEW FISH

Stew fish is one of the most common ways of enjoying fish in Trinidad and Tobago. Other ways include curry, grilled, fried or baked but I personally love stew fish especially with rice and a chow on the side. Many people actually also have stew fish with some provisions. There are so many different types of…

MARINATED GRILLED GARLIC SHRIMP (Makara Restaurant, Buccoo, Tobago)

SHRIMP LOVERS GET READY FOR THIS MEAL! Shrimp is normally the first to catch my attention on a menu…especially when it’s grilled so of course my choice for lunch was none other than marinated grilled shrimp. The meal, as stated on the menu, consisted of shrimp, julienne vegetables with either Moroccan couscous/risotto. Instead of the…

DAILY CATCH SANDWICH (Waves Restaurant, Black Rock, Tobago)

Foodies like myself, are always doing research on different meals/dishes and restaurants to try. If you ask me, I can give you an entire list of food spots around the world I’d like to visit. While exploring restaurants in Tobago using google and Facebook, I stumbled upon Waves Restaurant and Bar located in Black Rock, Tobago….

THE HUNT FOR DOUBLES – Episode 1 (TRINI STREET FOOD)

I’m on the hunt across Trinidad for some of the best of the best doubles. Doubles is a must have if and when you visit Trinidad and Tobago! It is a very common street food and consists of ‘bara’ (made with flour, tumeric, salt and baking powder) with curried channa (chick peas). To get the…

BUSS UP SHUT ROTI

Roti has become a popular staple in Trinidad and Tobago. It is usually made with flour, baking powder, salt and water and cooked on what is know as a ‘tawa’ which is a flat round metal griddle used in Indian cooking. The most common types of roti include sada, dhalpuri and paratha. Paratha or as…

‘CURRY’ CRAB AND DUMPLING (Store Bay, Tobago)

A trip to Tobago would not be a real trip without some ‘curry’ crab and dumpling from Store Bay. This local dish is one, if not the most, popular on this beautiful island. Store Bay is always full of activity with people taking a look at clothes from the different clothing vendors, eating and not to…