Trinidad & Tobago Food @Club Cactus, Nogizaka

Trinidad & Tobago Cuisine @Club CACTUS

Prepared for you by Petra from TokyoTrinbago

Thursday, June 17th, 2010
6:00PM to midnight
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Pholourie with Mango Chutney

(Fried split-pea fritters served with spicy, sweet mango sauce)

Curry Chicken and Bussup Shot
(Spicy chicken served with flat bread)

Callaloo and Rice
(Seasoned green vegetables and okra served with white, long-grain rice)

225 g bottle – Mango Chutney
(Take some home with you! Goes well with cheese and curries)
Trinidad Rum Punch
(Spicy and delicious punch)

  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Hi! Ms. Petra
    I’m Nobo who arrived just after the opening.

    Callaloo and Rice was nice!
    I think Callalo is a little bit simple daily food.
    Very healthy. But anyway It was very hot Yesterday, I sweated a lot, I needed just a little bit of salt.

    Pholourie with Mango Chutney
    Very nice!
    “Fried split-pea fritters” I thought it as a fried fish!
    In Brasil(for me it’s not BRAZIL) especially in Salvador da Bahia, similar food named “Acaraje” is very common.
    I also found fried bean cake “akara” at a Nigerian restaurant in Tokyo.
    They all came from Nigeria or at least West Africa.

    It was very fun. I’m sorry that I left too soon.

    I’m afraid it’s OK to leave my e-mail address here.
    If you have your account in MIXI you can find me as
    のぼ : male : birth date April 8 1953.