Trinidadian Cuisine

Clyde’s Caribbean

“Miami’s Caribbean diaspora finds its new meeting place at Clyde’s Caribbean, Christopher Leacock’s modern-day Trinidadian restaurant. He presents a range of dishes that explore the island’s depth of flavors as well as its African and Indian influences, including a fragrant coconut curry shrimp and soul-warming pumpkin corn soup.   The main draw, however, is the bake sandwich, a popular street food item made with lightly fried fish and served with an airy, fried dough bread. It may just be Miami’s best fish sandwich yet.”