Online Guide to Dining and Nightlife (Trinidad & Tobago)
I was happy to discover that Cre-ole was online.
Cré Olé (pronounced Cray Olay), is the annual guide to dining & nightlife in Trinidad & Tobago. In the five years since the first issue in Protected content , the magazine has grown from 52 to 84 pages, reflecting changes and improvements in the dining industry. Our island cuisine is a result of the fusion of our multi-ethnic nature, our history and the energy of our people and Cré Olé continues to successfully and proudly display this issue after issue.
The TDC is pleased to be affiliated with this prestigious magazine – one of their more beneficial and synergistic relationships. Cré Olé’s growth has been both an essential part and a reflection of important initiatives in promoting Trinidad & Tobago.TDC's goal is the development of anchor-event based culinary and cultural tourism within Trinidad & Tobago.
The addition of the online version at Cré Olé’s website, Protected content is yet another accomplishment to be lauded. Visit it to check out the weekly-changing Plat de la Semaine, in which chefs choose the meal they might order in their own restaurant. You can also rate restaurants at Protected content .
Please enjoy the magazine and, more importantly, the food and drink that helps define Trinidad & Tobago as the exciting, satisfying, enthralling place it is. Bon appétit.
The magazine is free and can be obtained from Kitchen Corner at The Falls at Westmall or you may choose to visit them online.
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