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The Cream Continues To Rise at Aioli

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

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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 Awards. Hesitation there is not as Thursday Life gussies up for dinner reservations at the Ellerslie Plaza eatery in Maraval, where Italian, French, Spanish/Basque and Mediterranean-influenced cuisine is married with thoughtful desserts, consistent attention to the front-of-house experience — all set within moody interiors. Amid the warm glow of flickering votives and decanted red vino, what could possibly go wrong? In the skillful hands of this year’s beneficiary of the ‘Best Desserts at a Restaurant’, ‘Best Service’, and ‘Restaurant of the Year’ — absolutely nothing.

PHOTOS: GARFIELD ROBINSON


                              

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