PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Over forty restaurants around Trinidad and Tobago will participate in the event dubbed, “A week of dining so big, it lasts ten days.”
The most anticipated week on the culinary events calendar in Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad Restaurant Week, will take place from September 16-25, 2016.
The participating restaurants, which range from casual to fine dining, will offer multi-course signature lunch and/or dinner menus, typically an appetizer, entree and dessert, a complimentary glass of wine and/or cocktail and cup of coffee. Patrons can expect to dine at participating restaurants in four discounted price categories — TT$400, TT$300, TT$200 or TT$120 per person (prices are inclusive of tax and service charge).
Now in its third year, Trinidad Restaurant Week promises unique dining experiences for patrons whether it’s a business lunch, romantic dinner, casual meal with friends or family, birthday celebration, or just a foodie getaway right here in Trinidad “This is one of the best culinary experiences that Trinidad offers,” said Shira Mohammed, of Bee Marketing and Events, the company behind the coordination of Trinidad Restaurant Week. “Our hope is that people make several dates to dine and enjoy Trinidad’s deliciously diverse culinary scene.” Ms. Mohammed anticipates that Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays during the Week will sell out early as in previous years. Patrons are encouraged to make their reservations directly with restaurants as soon as possible and well before Trinidad Restaurant Week begins.
The Tourism Development Company Limited is a sponsor of Trinidad Restaurant Week.
Home to the largest Carnival celebration in the Caribbean, Trinidad & Tobago is the southernmost Caribbean nation located seven miles east off the Venezuelan coast. Ranked the happiest nation in the Caribbean by the United Nations’ World Happiness Report, in 2013 and 2015, the destination’s distinct and harmonious blend of cultures, eclectic cuisine and environmental treasures continue to attract travelers of all ages to its shores. Birthplace of the limbo and the world famous steelpan, the only acoustic instrument invented in the 20th century, as well as a diverse mix of monthly festivals and events, it’s little wonder that Trinidad is known as the ‘cultural capital of the Caribbean.’ Sister island Tobago offers a quintessential Caribbean vibe with secluded beaches, quaint villages, private villas and award-winning eco attractions. Tobago is home to the largest brain coral in the Western Hemisphere and the oldest protected reserve in the Western hemisphere, The Main Ridge Rainforest. Come and explore Trinidad and Tobago – the true Caribbean!
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