Pholourie, is a snack food commonly eaten in Trinidad and Tobago and also known in Guyana and Suriname. It consists of fried, spiced dough balls and served with tamarind sauce.
Doubles are made with two baras (flat fried dough) and filled with curry channa (chickpeas) and various spices.
Chow (Mango or Pineapple)$4.50
Chow is a sweet, tangy, and spicy snack from Trinidad and Tobago. We use either slice mangos or pineapples with our own blend of spices to create a delicious healthy snack.
Veggie:$13|Curry or Stew Chicken:$16.50|Curry Goat $22|Curry Shrimp $24|Gerra Pork or Chicken: $20|Oxtail $24
Roti, is one of the most popular food in the Caribbean, and consists of curried or stewed meat and or vegetables folded tightly within a dhalpuri or paratha (flat fried dough) roti. The items placed inside of a wrapped roti are commonly called tarkari in Trinidad and Tobago