Where to eat Pub food in Tunapuna: The Best Restaurants and Bars

April 22, 2021 Hana Mouser

Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Tunapuna including Hutts Shutts, Silhouettes Lounge, Castro's Restaurant and Sports Bar, Trotters

1. Hutts Shutts

Balgobin Street Tacarigua, Tunapuna Trinidad Bar, Pub Seating, Table Service +1 868-299-4300 http://www.huttshutts.net
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4 based on 21 reviews

Hutts Shutts

Reviewed By Jade-Mark

I go there at least once a month and well, I just can't stop going back there, here's why:1) Massive 15' x 15' Projector Screen with ten (10) 6' x 6' littered around the building, usually showing all the possible sporting events going on, there's something on for every sports fan.2) I pay TTD $20 for 4 Coors Light, that's insane. (TTD $20 = USD $3 approximately) 3) There is always a DJ, thus, the tunes are always going at full blast.4) Pool Tables. Everywhere. 5) Multiple Private rooms/lounges at affordable prices always available at your wim.6) An overall atmosphere of partying and having a good time.P.S. 7) I forgot about the food too! The indoor restaurant's burgers are some good quality and not bad price wise.

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2. Silhouettes Lounge

Morequito Ave. 1 Valpark Shopping Plaza, Valsayn Park, Tunapuna Trinidad Japanese, Bar, Sushi, Pub Reservations, Seating +1 868-221-6918 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Silhouettes-Lounge/1578071695762859?sk=timeline
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4 based on 12 reviews

Silhouettes Lounge

Reviewed By Corinna B

We've tried to eat here twice and both times stood at the entrance waiting for someone to attend to us for over 10 minutes. The first time a bartender and waitress were having a conversation, looked over at us and proceeded to ignore us. The second time no staff member was even in sight. Eventually, both times, our party just left. I don't think a new place can afford to turn away customers but who knows what their long-term goal is with this place.

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3. Castro's Restaurant and Sports Bar

Corner of Queen and Sorzano Streets, Arima Trinidad Bar, International, Pub Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Television, Serves Alcohol, Table Service +1 868-664-2000
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4 based on 40 reviews

Castro's Restaurant and Sports Bar

Reviewed By TravellerSanJuan

Everything was good. Just that it was a Friday and a bit noisy for the kids but that is what you get in a Sports bar I guess. The place was clean, nice ambience and good food

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4. Trotters

Sweet Bria RD Maraval Corner of Maraval Road & Sweet Briar Rd. St. Clair, Port-of-Spain, Port of Spain Trinidad American, Bar, Pub Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service, Reservations 627-8768 http://www.trotters.net/
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4 based on 399 reviews

Trotters

Reviewed By The_Concierge_8

We have visited 4 times since introduction of their new menu and I’m not happy to report that the consistency and standards have dropped somewhat. I’m confused as to why they would remove popular items to make room for unenticing things. Some changes mystify me like removal of crab cakes from their menu! We used to love their crab cakes and would go there just to have them. But it is certainly not because they no longer stock crab meat, as they still offer crab wantons! How bizarre! We also loved their fried onion bloom with various dipping sauces and that has gone too. Such a simple and quick-preparation item, and poof…disappeared from the menu! Also, there are long-preparation items on the menu now like the two sushi rolls, but it is often not available as perhaps only certain chefs on duty can prep those special items. And when they do have it, you’ve got to really love it bad to wait for it as it takes at least 45 minutes to prepare! I’m confused as to why they would remove simple-prep offerings and add items that require more time and effort to prepare? It just doesn’t make any sense to me. I still love the staff and would love to continue giving them my support but as my husband would say….’why change something that doesn’t need changing?’ There used to be a nice football vibe in Trotters on a Saturday and on this occasion, we walked in with no game on the main screen (yes, believe it or not!) and whilst they were willing to put on what we wanted to see in our dining area, there was zero volume. Gone is the upbeat music too so the place just seems dead and of now lacks the vibrant atmosphere. I would honestly say that I’m a fan of the old Trotters. Bring back the old Trotters please!

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