Indian Arrival Day is a holiday celebrated on May 30 in Trinidad and Tobago. It commemorates the first arrivals from the Indian subcontinent to Trinidad, on May 30, 1845, on the ship Fatel Razack ‘Victory to Allah the Sustainer’.
•HAPPY HOUR ($10): Green salad exploding with lettuce, cucumbers, tomato, sprouts, avocado, peppers, olives, fennel, toasted seeds, nuts, erotic cheese and hand made salad dressing.
No gelatin laden beer shall be served; straight up craft cans and fresh growlers of beer. (Hint: Bring your own wine and hard booze).
•DINNER ($15): Hold onto your flying carpet- we are going to rip it out with guest appearances from spices like cardamom, coriander, clove, cumin, turmeric, smoked paprika, tellicherry pepper, amchur, garam masala…
-Baingan Bhartha: eggplant grilled over direct fire
-Saag: spinach magic with a smattering of mustard greens for a spank
-Alu Faleean Subji: green beans, potatoes spooning
-Dal Makhani: lentils of love
-Brown Basmati with clove and cardamom
•BREAKFAST ($5): Custom Crepes with heaps of leftovers to fill the Ganges will blow up your plate, served with black tea to heal your wounds. (BYOC: bring your own coffee).
•LUNCH ($5): Sandwiches to travel packed tall with apoplectic goodies.
Bring a musical instrument: there will be plenty of song opportunities. Kids welcome.
Sunday hike: 12:00 Noon. TBD, but bring swim trunks…
Register by May 29th. Contact Marek: