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Fusion of Food 10,0000+ Miles Apart

Published on Jun 15, 2023 by Cindy Chen on laichi, food

Fusion of Food 10,0000+ Miles Apart

The Restaurant

In a city where hundreds of cultures are represented and everyone lives right on top of each other, the culture exchange is bound to happen and the food can only benefit from it.

Whisk and Whiskey is a fusion of Cambodian and Trinidadian food. Chef Coy and Owner Chandra bring their cultures together to share something completely new. Whether you have or haven’t had Cambodian or Trinidadian food, their food is a must try.

Our Recommendations:

This time around, our recommendations come from Righteous Eats. When we saw Whisk and Whiskey on their Instagram, we knew it was a must try and had to share! So here are their essentials: Crispy Chicken Bake, Jerk Chicken Bake, Brownies, and Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies. Trinidadian Fried Bake is fried bread, so it’s perfect with their sweet chili dressed fried chicken or family Jerk Chicken.

In addition, we also recommend grabbing a slice of any of their 3-layer cakes, especially the carrot. They also have a fun cocktail menu and we recommend the Maracas Beach. Finally, they are called Whisk and Whiskey after all, so order their flight of whiskey and try their large selection of whiskey, many of which come from Women, Black, or Minority own distilleries.

Whisk and Whiskey Info:


Phone Number: 347-799-1639

Address: 259 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Hours: Sun - Thurs 11:00AM – 11:00PM
Mon & Tues Closed
Friday & Saturday 11:00AM - 12:00AM

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