On the surface, this is a typical deli, with orderly displays of shrimp salad, fruit salad, chicken salad, green salad, and rollmops made of boiled ham. Forget it all and order a roti, the stuffed Trinidadian flatbread that's assembled at a counter hidden from public view and usually eaten by the deli staff (weekdays only). The choices are chicken, beef, shrimp, and goat, which are mixed with a delicious curry of potatoes and chick peas. The bread is dhal poori, introduced to the Caribbean by Indian immigrants. Beware of the bones in the chicken and goat.