The Table Talk Food Awards is one of the most anticipated food events in the Caribbean. This annual festival recognises excellence in food creation, food service and event décor among others. Annually, part proceeds from the event are contributed to a bursary for students at the University of Technology’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
We recognize the need to showcase Caribbean integration through its cuisine, hence our expansion of the Table Talk Food Awards to Trinidad & Tobago. This year we continue to pay homage to the culinary achievements of Trinidad and Tobago, with a series of restaurant and bar crawls and we will host a special Awards event to honour these restaurants.
Sharon Clark-Rowley, the attorney-at-law married to the country’s prime minister, and her legal eagle daughter Tonya Rowley, generated a certain buzz on the Tuesday, January 17th guest list as the otherwise measured conversa ... Read more
We arrive at Krave, which now enjoys the reputation as a two-time best brunch recipient of the Trinidad & Tobago Table Talk Food Awards. The restaurant acquired their second nod in the category, two Tuesdays before — tha ... Read more
Hours ahead of the Trinidad & Tobago Table Talk Food Awards at Estate 101 in Maraval, two Tuesdays ago — en route North — just outside of San Fernando, we stop at Tarouba Plaza in Marabella to get a slice of the b ... Read more
It’s Monday, January 16 in the Trinibagonian capital of Port of Spain, and founder & executive chef John Aboud’s gourmet temple Aioli beckons — this the eve of the third Trinidad & Tobago Table Talk Food ... Read more
And it certainly was The Talk! From securing the oh-so-want-a-peek-inside Estate 101, the house atop Saddle Road, Maraval that stood dilapidated for decades and now equisitely restored by the stylish and impressively hands-on CEO ... Read more