During your travels through Trinidad and Tobago, expect to come upon a tempting spread of places to have a hot meal. If you have a taste for Indian food in particular, then you should check out the places where it's always on the menu. Take a peek at the varying interpretations of Indian food available at the satisfying set of restaurants below.
The list below allows you to get a taste for the places that satisfy cravings for Indian cuisine. For each of the options, click to view more information about its style, hours, or even what the view will be like.
Located near the middle of downtown Port of Spain, Frankie's Restaurant is at 68 Ariapita Avenue. For a great way to wind down while digging into a decent plate of Indian fare, take a look at this restaurant where the setting is casual.
Positioned near the center of downtown Port of Spain, Apsara is a viable choice for you to consider if you're going to spend time visiting this neighborhood. Visitors who can't get enough Indian style eats can find a few favorites at this place. Put it on your vacation agenda in case you're in their neighborhood. Beautiful artwork by a local painter graces the restaurant walls and depicts the artist's interpretation of modern Moghul works of art. Terra cotta décor is classy and contemporary while projecting both an inviting and warm feeling. With the heavenly exotic aroma of authentic Indian food, your mouth will be watering in anticipation of the meal to come.
Located near the center of Chaguanas, Passage To Asia is at 7 St Yves Street. When you're up for simply having a good plate of Indian cuisine, remember this dining option which is a very casual establishment.
Rasam Restaurant is located in Maraval, a neighborhood in the vicinity of Port of Spain; 3.8 miles to the north-northeast of Port of Spain. You'd be lucky to find yourself in Maraval when you're feeling like a knock-out serving of chicken.
Palki Restaurant is a logical choice that's worth considering if you're going to spend time visiting this part of the city and adjacent neighborhoods. You'd be lucky to find yourself in San Fernando if you love Indian food, but especially crave desserts.
Sometimes, the most satisfying culinary offerings on Trinidad and Tobago are those that you didn't expect to find yourself craving while walking the streets near your hotel. However, including at least a few different restaurants on your schedule, is better than leaving everything to the last minute. To read more details regarding the dining options awaiting you, check out this page.
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