La Cantina’s wood burning stone oven has developed a reputation for creating some of the most delicious pizzas in Trinidad and Tobago, including the inventive ‘Tobago’, topped with tomato, mozzarella, pineapple and shrimp; and the traditional ‘Trinidad’ that replaces the aforementioned shrimp with pepperoni. Generous salad portions and a menu of 40 pizzas including vegetarian, meat and seafood options, make it a great place to dine.
Italian and Japanese is an unlikely pairing but the More Vino and More Sushi somehow figured out a way to make it work. The Vino side offers a great wine selection and unrivaled pasta dishes while the Sushi portion creates rolls that many claim are the best in the country.
Whatever Kava may be lacking in square footage it makes up for with is inventive menu featuring 18 Artisan brick oven pizzas, gourmet burgers, pastas and more. Whether you choose to dine in the minimalistic dining room or on the outdoor patio the restaurant’s delicious food, impressive wine list, expert mixologists and world renowned beer collection all come together to provide a trendy, intimate dining experience.
Sushi may not tickle the fancy of every palate however if there is a restaurant that could convert skeptics into believers, Kaizan seems to be it. The restaurant offers a wide range of appetizers, signature rolls and other Asian dishes. Coupled with impeccable service and welcoming indoor and outdoor dining options, it’s a must-try for anyone with a preference for Asian fusion flavors.