If you find yourself in the mood for Fusion cuisine, you might have an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, there are a few restaurants on Trinidad and Tobago specializing in this this type of food.
With everything from the very casual setting of Bandanya to the simple cafes where spirits are just as important to dinner as the dishes they serve, there is a choice for every guest and every style of vacation.
Take a moment to browse the small handful of Fusion places that you may come across while vacationing nearby. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to view more information about its hours, location, and other offerings.
Located in Woodbrook, a half mile northwest of downtown Port of Spain, Chaud Restaurant is a good choice for you to consider if you're going to spend some time exploring this neighborhood or nearby. Perhaps you could guess that this place is best known for Fusion themed dishes and of course seafood, but they're also fawned-over for another favorite, steak. <p>Chef Khalid blends local and international cuisine and cooking styles to create sophisticated gourmet dishes unlike anything else you'll find on Trinidad and Tobago.</p>
Located in the eastern outskirts of Port of Spain, Ca-Sa is a part of The Carlton Savannah. Got steak on the brain? Even if it's outside your norm, you should think of this place as a priority on your agenda. <p>There is something truly special about dining at this restaurant, which brings the culinary styles of four different continents to the kitchen, throws in fresh local ingredients, and then twists it to create a whole new flavor. The menu changes frequently in order to use the best ingredients available.</p>
Bandanya is located in Maracas Bay, a neighborhood in the vicinity of Port of Spain; 9.4 miles to the northeast of Port of Spain. Seafood (of course) and Fusion cuisine play nicely together at this laid-back restaurant atmosphere. <p>Bandanya's dining room is set under a towering palapa, featuring hand-painted teak pillars. Open on all sides, the panoramic view of the surrounding landscape allows for peaks of the Northern Range and the Caribbean Sea.</p>
You can't plan for it, but sometimes the best dining options on Trinidad and Tobago are the ones you run into while walking the streets near your hotel. Of course, it's still a good idea to plan on visiting specific venues. To find out more about the dining options waiting for you, check out this page.
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