Trinidadian Cuisine Restaurant Flambo Is Moving To 13th Street

Trinidadian Cuisine Restaurant Flambo Is Moving To 13th Street

Trinidadian Cuisine Restaurant Flambo Is Moving To 13th Street

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Flambo Caribbean Restaurant in PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia, PA - Flambo Caribbean Restaurant in Philadelphia's Fish Market District is moving to a new location, and if you've never been to FLAMBO in Philadelphia's historic Fish Market district, you may be in for a real treat.

Flambo Caribbean Restaurant in Philadelphia

The restaurant is moving to a new location in the former Indian restaurant IndeBlue at 205 S. 13th Street.

The restaurant specializes in Trinidadian cuisine. The restaurant has several traditional dishes, including curry goat from Trinidad and Jamaican buss-up-shut from the Dominican Republic.

The name comes from a Trinidadian slang word, "flambo." It means "a flame" in Trinidad - a kerosene-soaked rag stuffed into a jar. The interior will be completely redone as part of the transition, complete with lounge chairs and a beach bar.




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