Very expensive! But great tasting food and catered for food allergies too :)
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The menu is a delicious look at what is offered at this Port of Spain restaurant. It includes Trini stews, creoles and curries. The wait staff is helpful in describing the offerings and flavors. I was with a colleague and we shared a starter, entree...More
The flavors and quality of the dishes on the menu here are brilliant. If you want to try top notch Caribbean Creole food - this is the best place to go!
We decided to try this restaurant knowing it will be expensive. But we were still hoping the taste would compensate for the price. I was happy with the flavor of my meat choice and side order but the portions were too small. One good point...More
Not the same as its brother restaurant but the food was GREAT and the service was excellent. With their well stock bar and optional out door seating arrangement, even if you are not that big on eating, you can just sit in comfort and have...More
Khalid Mohammed has done it again! Chaud Creole is the only restaurant in Trinidad offering fine dining local cuisine. Humble items are dressed up and showcased. Curries, stews, and 'creole' dishes are featured. Flavours are distinct. This is not your mother's stewed chicken, Chaud Creole's...More
Chaud Creole's Sunday buffet is excellent - both in terms of variety and value for money. There is almost every style of Trinidadian food and the desserts are out of this world.
The food was unique, with local Trinidad food and wonderful, the service was warm and friendly and the environment was Trinidad at it's best. Well worth it.
Let me first say that I never particularly liked this venue when it was other restaurants. But the designer for Chaud Creole has attempted to open up the space and warm it up with a cheerful palette. This was a great choice for Sunday Brunch...More
I visited Chaud Creole last night 21.04.2011with a friend as it was her birthday and she had first choice of venue. Local creole food is substantially affordable anywhere else on this island, so of course when CH Creole opened, I know I was anxious to...More