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 fresh and look for ones with the most customers, in General. Ask around for the best. . Watching them slap the fillings in and wrapping at lightening speed is half the fun! And don't get upset if they stop filling a large order to make one for the fella on the side, eating his there. It's the custom.
George Ex, in Woodbrook, is a favorite, for instance ( She once ran a doubles cart up the road with her husband, but they split up so she's now more successful than he, a block down.) Ask around.
If you are not used to hot peppers, be sure to as for "without" or " slight" for a bit of a kick. Also note that some vendors put in peppery cucumbers, so avoid them unless you like it HOT.
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