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Brooklyn Streets

I had the Trinidadian doubles, and they were perfectly dressed with bara (flat bread), mango chutney, curried chickpeas, tamarind sauce, and shadon bennie (culantro)

 

One of the stars of the meal was the Pão De Queijo this bread that is soft and has it’s roots in Brazil was served hot and cheesy chewy, yes I said “cheesy chewy”.


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