July 2022 - The Trinbago Street & Finger Food Box

The Trinbago Street & Finger Food Box

Street food is a major part of the culture and culinary landscape in Trinidad and Tobago. From breakfast to late night and early morning eats and drinks, there’s so much to choose from - boil(ed) corn, roast(ed) corn, corn soup, bake & shark, black pudding, doubles, pholourie, geera chicken and pork, nuts, souse, accra, saheena, fried (fry) or roast(ed) bakes & buljol (saltfish), punches, homemade ice cream, coconut water & the list goes on!


Malika & Jamila

What's In The Box?

Trinbago Style Peanuts

Roasted peanuts are another popular street food. Usually sold in small brown paper bags and in two varieties - "salt" (salted) or "fresh" (unsalted).

Dried Fish Seasoning


Made with hot peppers, garlic and spices. The most popular chutneys are mango and tamarind. Add to food for an enhanced spicy flavor. Goes well with curry dishes, pholourie and doubles.

Mango Chutney Dip

Spicy Tamarind Chutney

Peanut Punch

Creamy, milk based punches are also a popular street food in Trinidad & Tobago, with peanut punch being one of the most popular.

Pholourie Mix

A fried split pea dough. Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Pairs well with tamarind or mango chutneys.

Bara Mix

Doubles - tasty channa (chickpeas) between two deliciously spiced fried pieces of bread called bara. Top with pepper sauce, kuchela or a variety of chutneys like tamarind or cucumber. Yet another famous street food!

Dried Seamoss

Also known as Irish Moss, it is a type of sea weed used to make a popular drink in the Caribbean known as Sea Moss. It is made by blending with condensed milk, essence, spices and Angostura Bitters and served with ice.


Seamoss Peanut Punch

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Our goal is to bring a little piece of home to our customers. Essentially what we are really offering is a way for those in the diaspora to stay connected to culture. We are bringing that taste of home to your doorstep, through food and in extension the memories and feelings that these foods evoke.

Malika & Jamila


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