I'm not a big wine drinker, so I can't speak of the selection. However, I can speak of the food. IT'S AMAZING.
There's a small kitchen, where you can see the cooks working hard and preparing everything fresh to order. Although there isn't much in terms of local Trinidadian cuisine, the food that is done is incredibly well done. Only fresh ingredients go into their salads, sandwiches and pizzas.
I had a Cobb Salad which was plentiful and a steak sandwich. Went back the next night because it was so good and had their gluten-free pizza, which really was one of the best I've ever had. Prices are expensive by Trinidadian standards, but on par with American prices when you do the conversion. Honestly though, you will never feel ripped off given the high quality.
The staff/service are extremely warm and friendly. The clientele is definitely upscale and well dressed and the party will spill outside and into the streets too.
Another plus: good wifi!
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