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Trinidad Food Tours

Port of Spain, Trinidad
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About Trinidad Food Tours
More tours can be found on our site! Do you know what's the best, tastiest and most fun way to learn about a place you're visiting for the first time? It's food! A country's food is the main storyteller of its people, their lives, history and beliefs. Our private tours highlight Trinidad's amazing diaspora of people, places, history through our unique foods. You will be immersed in our daily lives while learning about us as a people. You will have these experiences within the heart of local communities while making new friends and enjoying a lot of laughs. Since all our tours are private, they allow you to have a great, intimate experience, and this includes solo travellers!
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Nadine P-Jn B wrote a review Dec 2020
Rodney Bay, St. Lucia57 contributions36 helpful votes
I should start by saying, food tours are my thing so me saying this was the best food tour EVER is well-considered. I was in Trinidad alone for two nights and all I knew was that I wanted to eat doubles and have a roti. This was my first time to Trinidad & Tobago but I’m lucky enough to have had some great Trini’ food in London. Or so I thought! Turns out nothing tastes better than a Trini’ food tour, in Trinidad with a Trinidadian who has the tea on the very best places to eat. Firstly, Anthony is a gem. You’re in safe hands whether a solo traveller or in a group. His communication and helpfulness from immediate booking of the tour was great. I had the privilege of being the only person on my nighttime food tour - I think I might have been the last or one of the last tours before the pandemic hit full on in March 2020. In fact, the tour was one of the last things I did that was in the old normal! If there is ever a place where a carnivore could happily become vegan / vegetarian, it’s Trinidad. I had doubles, beef roti, corn soup, a pork cutter, soursop icecream and everything was incredible. Not to mention the great history of Trinidad, it’s people and its food, that Anthony will keep you entertained with. If you only go one one tour in Trindad, make it one with Trinidad Food Tours.
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Jasmine D wrote a review Feb 2020
California290 contributions73 helpful votes
Anthony’s nighttime food tour was an excellent way to spend an evening learning about Trinidad’s history, culture, and of course, food. Anthony is friendly, courteous, witty, and funny and made the 4 of us on the tour feel super comfortable from the get go. At each of the 5 food stops on the tour, Anthony gave us a lot of information about the history of that particular food as well as the right way to eat it! There were lines of locals at all the vendors Anthony took us to, meaning we were getting the legit street food experience. Highly recommend.
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Response from 22trinidade, Owner at Trinidad Food Tours
Responded Mar 2, 2020
Thank you so very much for your review! It means a lot to me and I very much appreciate it. I am happy that you enjoyed the experience and I hope you continue to have awesome travel experiences! Stay cool! Stay funny! Anthony
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Prabha wrote a review Feb 2020
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Anthony is really charming and took us to all the places where the locals seem to eat. The ceviche and the gyros were delicious. We also got a brief history of the island, the people, the music, the food and we ended the tour with a visit to St James where we got to listen to the musicians getting ready for the carnival. It was a perfect end to our last day in Trinidad!! Prabha
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from 22trinidade, Owner at Trinidad Food Tours
Responded Feb 17, 2020
Thank you for the review and I am very happy you both enjoyed the experience! I hope you both continue to have great and exciting travels! Anthony
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Rachel C. wrote a review Feb 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia8 contributions1 helpful vote
Anthony was amazing! He was so flexible with my group as we were running late from another excursion and accommodated us so well! He met us at our hotel and was so friendly! He had so much knowledge of the history of Trinidad and took us to local spots with amazing food. The Corn Soup, Gyros, Doubles, Roti and Ice Cream were all delicious, better than anything we had at our hotel! He was very careful to dietary restrictions too. This is a great tour to book to get some authentic food! Well worth it!
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Response from 22trinidade, Owner at Trinidad Food Tours
Responded Feb 10, 2020
Thank you so very much for this review, girls! You all were super amazing and fun which made the experience all the more enjoyable. I wish you all success in your relevant careers and remember to stay awesome! Anthony
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The World is My Oyster wrote a review Feb 2020
Orlando, Florida19313 contributions6300 helpful votes
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If you only have one tour to do in Port of Spain, this is the company to go with! From my first email to Anthony, to him dropping us off at the airport, everything went smoothly, and amazingly! We actually did two tours with him; The Port of Spain food tour, and the Trinidad Nighttime food tour. The first one started off with a pick up at our hotel sharply at 9am. We went and had a typical Trinidadian breakfast, followed by a small historical tour of Port of Spain. We saw various sites including the last stop being the astonishing views atop Fort George. The second tour started with Anthony picking us up sharply at 5pm from the international airport. We stopped at the Mount St Benedict Monastery, where we were treated to stunning views of the city below. We then embarked on the food tour which included 5 stops. The foods were; Corn Soup, Geera Pork, Doubles, Beef Roti, and finished off with the local homemade ice cream. Every street vendors Anthony picked were different, yet all awesome. My personal 2 favorites have to be the Geera Pork sandwich which was so delicious! The Beef Roti was also spectacular, with tender beer, potatoes, and rolled in a warm soft "tortilla" style bread. Being a Tour Operator myself, I cant speak highly enough on Anthony's phenomenal customer service skills, and outstanding professionalism! I wouldn't choose anyone else to show me around Port of Spain. Two thumbs way up to Anthony for an unforgettable experience!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from agmluces, Owner at Trinidad Food Tours
Responded Feb 10, 2020
Thank you so very much for making these experiences enjoyable, guys! And having a review like this from you sure speaks volumes! Oh, and by the way, I can't look at raw garlic and onions the same way again! LOL! I wish you continued success in your tour business and that you help more people see the world through different eyes. Thank you, again and stay awesome guys. Anthony
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