Delicious!!! Exquisite local cuisine. I am a fairly picky eater but I had the best experience at this restaurant. First - its a lovely old house that is now a restaurant. Once you enter the restaurant, the ambiance is very nice and the whole establishment is very 'warm'/good energy. The menu is very interesting - so many choices of local fish, stews, vegetables, etc. I had kingfish (local fish) with guava sauce which was absolutely fantastic and I tried the coo coo callaloo with crab meat. It is a polenta cake with special Trinidadian sauce served with crab meat on the side.
Others had the steak, which was also very very good.
We also tried the spiced pumpkin soup which came as compliments of the chef. That added a very nice touch to the whole experience.
We had a nice bottle of Beaujolais French wine which was very well priced and a really good! I am not a fan of Beaujolais in general but this was a Reserve and it was just amazing! For dessert, we ordered their signature chocolate mousse. And yes, its very special and you must try it! Its not the typical American mousse, that will make you feel fat and unhealthy! This mousse is semi- sweet and served on top of a cookie dough biscuit.
The presentation of the food was very French - very creative and artistic. The food looked as delicious as it tasted!
This was my first time trying "Creole" dishes and it was a very nice experience.Very much look forward to my next trip to Trinidad where I can dine at this restaurant again!
I must mention - the waitstaff are lovely! Very knowledgeable about the cuisine, the different kinds of local fish, etc. Very polite, well mannered. Impeccable service.
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