The name is as compact as a txt msg. The hut itself, as you might expect, is none too large either, and takeout orders are the norm; a precious few sidewalk seats appear in the warmer seasons.
T&T, of course, stands for Trinidad and Tobago, a two-island nation just north of Venezuela, and the BBQ is Caribbean-style, no relation to low and slow. My lamb (large, solo — that is, no sides — $13) was sliced thin, grilled fast, and well-lacquered, bones and all. The sauce is the customer's choice from a palette of West Indian flavors; mine was guava.
Also shown: 7Up (12 fl. oz., $2), made in Mexico and so, typically, corn-syrup-free.
T&T BBQ Hut
122-09 Liberty Ave. (entrance on 122nd St.), Richmond Hill, Queens