The most popular food in Trinidad, doubles are eaten any time of day. Made with two fluffy bread-like rounds filled with seasoned chickpeas; you can add your own level of spice to get the full experience. Get them on the go, or as an appetizer before your main.
Little balls of delicious split pea flour fried and then dipped in our homemade tamarind sauce.
|$2.67 / 6
$5.33 / 12
Soft, tender pastry made from flour and water, and filled with boiled, spiced and mashed potatoes. Dip them in tamarind sauce or hot sauce dependent on your preference.
Dahlpurie or Buss up Shut Roti is soft flat bread that is eaten as a utensil. Tear off a bit and scoop up your meat and rice. All roti is handmade from scratch. Our roti is served folded around a tasty and substantial serving of filling. Fillings you may choose include chicken, shrimp, beef, goat or vegetable.Dhalpurie– An extremely tender roti with a layer of ground peas, geera and blend of seasonings in the middle; served with any of our curries.Bus up shut – Known as paratha, but Trinis usually call it bus up shut because yuh must bust it up after yuh cook it. This will be available on special occasions.
(served on rice)
Our curries are a made with a mixture of spices, garlic and peppers finished with our in-house roasted geera. Offering goat, beef, chicken and shrimp, you can pepper your curry to your own spice level.
Chickpeas & Potato
|Stewed Chicken & Beans on Rice
Tender chicken stewed with beans and rice. A healthy, balanced protein dish that’s very tasty.
Sorrel – Enjoy a tall glass of freshly made sorrel to quench your thirst. Made from dried Sorrel flowers, sorrel is high in vitamins and minerals with powerful antioxidant properties. This refreshing drink helps lower elevated blood pressure, bad cholesterol and detoxifies the entire body.
This refreshing beverage is made from a small tree native to the Caribbean
An ice cold, creamy, blend of roasted peanuts with essence of vanilla, a perfect pairing with any Trini meal.
A homemade blend of garlic, brown sugar, tamarinds and spices. Use it as a condiment or topping for menu items like aloo pie, phulourie and doubles.
Kuchlela is closer to a paste than a sauce. It’s made of grated green mangoes, seasoned with a unique blend of spices, garlic and chili. D Roti Shak’s kuchlela is a mixture of salty and sour flavours with a touch of sweetness.
This second generation recipe directly from Five Rivers is a fusion of habaneros and a blend of secret spices; you’ll never guess the combination!