We visited this homestay restaurant on the recommendation of a friend, the nature of the recommendation accorded with many positive trip adviser reviews. The place opens about 6.30pm daily and we arrived at this time and initially waited in what appeared to be a living room which looked into a double bedroom, both of which were lovingly furnished with antique furniture and ornaments.
We were then led in to a lovely floral courtyard with no more than a dozen tables neatly set out for diners. The menu was short and consisted of mains and desserts. The waitress was very polite and attentive and after taking our order, we were served with complimentary bread and a fish and vinegar paste which was very tasty. I opted for the house special of pulled lamb, which was delicious and my partner went for the pork choice, equally as tasty. Dessert was ice cream with coconut. The place is peaceful and charming and our experience was completed in slightly more than an hour though we were not at all rushed.
Prices were reasonable and you had the benefit of Cuban music wafting in from a band playing at a nearby restaurant which was not at all intrusive .
A pleasant experience and one which I would recommend for the weary traveller wanting to step aside from the frantic and musical streets of Trinidad to enjoy good food in a beautiful floral environment of relative tranquility.
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