Barbados Restaurants

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Barbados Restaurants

  • Last or first stop in Barbados

    A side of the road food stand with good eats. Literally right across from the airport. You could drop your bags off and walk across the street for lunch, which is just what we did. One of the few bargains in Barbados The chicken is good and the souse! Didn't even know what souse when I saw it advertised on a truck earlier that day. Its a tasty...

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  • Most romantic dinner we've every had

    Beautifully prepared food in the most breathtaking location ever, on a cliff overlooking the ocean. Make a reservation for sunset! My husband and I both agree this was the most romantic dinner we've had over the course of our 7 years together, everything from the location, the service, the food contributed. Loved the tuna, lamb & coconut pie

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  • On the tourist map, but doesn't...

    Housed in a building dating back to 1832 on a cliff overlooking the ocean, good food, would definitely recommend for lunch. Flying fish pate?

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  • Good beachside food

    Surfside is one of Holetowns hotspots for having a beer overlooking the sea (perfect place to watch the sunset too). Surfside is pricey, even by Barbados standards, however the food is good and the atmosphere here is great.Try the Flying Fish Burger here that comes with chips. The blackened chicken ceaser salad is also good. You can have breakfast...

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  • Eating Fish at Pisces

    Awesome place that we happened across while walking around in the St. Lawrence area. We actually lucked upon it because from the street you can't really tell but almost every table in the restaurant is directly on the water (by directly on I mean two or three waves actually had drops splash within a few inches of my head, alas, none were a direct...

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  • Felt like a film star!

    Felt really special, Staff treated us like film Stars. A classic gitarist played live music, lights shone on the Waves of the Ocean! My Hand bag was put on a special hook on the TableA member of staff would escourt you to the rest room. in there was your own cotton towel, and choise of Fragrace to spray on and make you felt good!Unheard of food!...

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  • Mexican in the Gap...Ole!

    A taste of Mexico for a change of pace in the Gap. A happening restaurant in the evenings. Margarita headquarters for Barbados as well as good Mexican cuisine. This place is hopping on most nights. Reservations not essential but if you see them busy earlier on in your trip it wouldn't hurt to give them a call. On our evening at Cafe Sol I had...

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  • Hottest restaurant spot in Barbados

    A warm greeting from the valet sets the mood for a special evening spent at the Restaurant at Southsea. The hostess gave us the option of going directly to our table or sitting at the bar for a few moments since we were early. We opted for glasses of champagne at the well lit and trendy bar area. After champagne we were escorted to our oceanside...

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  • Yummy Flying Fish and Macaroni Pie!

    This little place is a roadside stop in the parish of St. Michael. The eating area is picnic tables under awnings. The food was fresh and plentiful. We had the fried flying fish and it was mild and delectible. It was served with potato salad, rice and beans, mixed salad, and macaroni pie. Bajan fare at a reasonable price.

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  • A must visit

    Pisces has been around since"1972". It's a landmark on the island.They have an international menu and with a subtle West Indian influence.Also many dishes with distinct caribbean flavour.The food I found to be excellent.Try to get a table along the seawall on your right as you enter. The view is great. Prices are average compared to otherws in the...

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  • Excellent seafood on the island

    Located in the st.lawrence Gap, this place has excellent food. It has outdoor seating and indoors. Also has a bar which also serves as a sports bar during big sporting events. The menue has a wide range of items from pasta,salads,soups,steaks and seafood.Good service. It was the yellow tuna and the chicken breat that my wife had were very good.

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  • Romantic cliff

    This is a special romantic restaurant atop a small cliff, overlooking the water. It's valet parking, and the restaurants feels more like a grand house with a great view of the sea. It has several levels but the best tables are along the rails. The food was excellent.... beautifully presented and great saucing. We had a starter, main, a medium...

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  • Fantastic food, service and...

    This restaurant has fantastic fresh seafood done on the grill, but everything on the menu is done so well and the prices are reasonable by Barbados standards! Lovely place in St. Lawrence Gap, outside atmosphere has great ambiance with lighting, colours and service to make you smile! You will not be disappointed - I have been numerous times and...

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  • Scrumptious gateaux

    The cafe fronts the Careenage in Bridgetown, you can sit out by the boats, or inside.There is some live music at certain times (check local free Visitor paper for days etc)There is only a small area outside for eating, (see photo), but if you are lucky to get a table, it is nice to be outside. They serve up the most delicious deserts, but I have...

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  • Popular restaurant

    2010 update - this restaurant has definitely moved from the location stated here. It is still in Holetown on the west coast so please look in the guide books for the restaurant pages, or ask a local. December 2007 update. I have read the Nation Newspaper and have learned that the Coach House has now moved and taken over where Baku used to be in...

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  • Best BLT around

    The little chattle house serves from 8am - 3pm. Closed on Sundays.It also has the internet provided for use. Lovely BLT on half a large bagette (warmed). Sit inside in the cool, or outside under umbrella's. If you order a BLT and there are two of you, ask for a basket of fries and share, there are plenty. There are little chattle shops in the...

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  • Mexican Grill and Margarita Bar

    The Cafe Sol is a sister eatery to Mc. Brides, ( a few doors down from one another).Although this was mid morning, the cafe sol was closed, but I still took a photograph just the same to show you what it looks like. At night, the few tables are outside with candles in small jars, and it is a bit noisy, people having a great time with food and...

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  • Irish Pub/Restaurant

    I have been in this pub/restaurant, once on Kareoke night, and the other time a Bridal party were there for the wedding feast, but they did serve good food.

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  • Colourful place

    Although I have not eaten in this restaurant, I did take a photograph to let people who are going to the St. Lawrence Gap area to see what it looks like, and then check out the menu

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  • Reasonable priced food

    Grill Platters, sandwich platters, sides, grilled sandwiches and salads are all available, to eat there, or take away. Shrimp, New York Strip steak, catch of the day, BBQ chicken and Jerk Chicken are on the menu. Catch of the day sandwich with two sides (choice of grilled potatoes, grilled vegetables, caesar salad, colesslaw, rice.)

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  • Bright coloured restaurant

    We saw this eatery after we had had lunch so could not taste the food therein, but took a picture and picked up a menu for another time.The prices look reasonable i.e. Flying Fish Cutter (bun) accompanied with fries and garnish BDS$20.They also do a childrens menu (children under 12 get a free soft drink)

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  • Small and friendly

    This is a small family run business and can accommodate about 16 people inside and a dozen or so outside. It is licenced to sell liquor, and it is a friendly atmosphere, with value for money dishes on the menu. It is up a side street off Darylls road so I would recommend asking for directions. It is wise to Telephone a couple of days beforehand to...

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  • Historical House

    The Courtyard Restaurant is part of Sunbury Plantation House and is located well out in the countryside in St. Philip. If you are interested in visiting a plantation and experiencing some colonial era history, it's worth a trip. The restaurant is actually outdoors in a semi-covered courtyard and there is a bar attached to it also. A rustic...

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  • Really Good Sushi

    Located at The Crane Resort in St. Philip, on the eastern side of Barbados, Zen is had a great decor, with views of the famous Crane Beach. They service both a Japanese menu and a Thai menu. All the food we have ever had there is good. I especially like the sushi. Freshly made, and delicious. While they don't have a child's menu, mine like the...

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  • A Real Bajan Disaster

    This restaurant has a very unfortunate location, no ocean view and in Town... quite hot.Plus I found that nothing really special is offered , the food is "average" and the prices are quite hot!So ..if you add a simply gross service ( a real disaster with wine serving!!) ....this place is a total waste of time and money!!!With so many nice...

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  • Sportwatching while you eat

    If you are staying on the south coast, especially the Rockley beach area, and you love watching sport, then this Sports Bar and Restaurant is for you.I quote from the brochure;-"First of it's kind in the West Indies, Live sports via two satellite dishes - 3 x 10ft. video screens, 12 additional TV's. Bajan A. La ~Carte Menu/Daily Lunch specials....

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  • High End Bajan Cuisine

    When I was researching where to eat in Barbados, this restaurant kept coming up. We were not dissapointed. We arrived a little early as we were not sure how long it would take to get there. They seated us right on the veranda on the water which was lovely. Our waitress was very friendly but not overbearing. After dinner we checked out the art...

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  • Foreign Fast Food

    Barbecue Barn is part of the Chefette line of restaurants. This one was right next to a Chefette. They have appetizers, platters of grilled steak, chicken, fish, burgers or roast beef, sides and garnishes. There is also cool turkey and roast beef wraps and free beverage refills and self-service deluxe salad bars. You order your meal and they cook...

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  • Starlight Dining

    Service was a little slow but the atmosphere was so nice that it did not matter. The food was average. Great lobster, okay coconut shrimp and a fish chowder that I didnt like but my boyfriend did. The Lobster 2 ways

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  • Sunday Brunch is not to be missed!!!!

    Sunday Brunch at La Mer is amazing - in particular the seafood starters, sushi and sashimi section. However there is plenty of other good stuff for all tastes on the all-you-can-eat buffet - both hot and cold. The desserts are not to be sniffed at, either! The wine list is very good, and the ambience/setting beautiful. Very good for a slightly...

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  • For a great experience...

    The Cliff is a fabulous restaurant - outstanding food in an incredibly stunning environment, exceedingly fine wines, good service. Not cheap, but worth it. Check the bill at the end of your evening as they do get things confused from time to time!

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  • Awsome Asian Cuisine

    The Zen restaurant is built into a cliff overlooking The Crane Beach. Some of the tables are right against the ceiling to floor windows, with a spectacular view of the beach. The decor is funky New York style Asian Fusion.The menu in Japaneese and Thai. Two seperate menus, so you could mix it up. Example: Appetizer from one dinner from the other,...

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  • Tempting Tapas

    This restaurant has both an actual dining room and a more casual bar/dining room. The real dining room requires men to wear pants, etc but the barroom is more laid back (still, no swimsuits allowed). Both serve the same menu and we found the casual room to be more fun and welcoming. The room is all windows on two sides and offers a great view of...

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  • Off the beaten track

    We visited Bonito's on our island tour - it's a little out of the way, but worth a trip if you are in this part of the island. At lunchtime, a Bajan buffet is on offer, which is a great way to sample a range of the island's specialities. A further attraction of the restaurant is the fabulous views across Bathsheba Bay, so be sure to remember your...

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  • Good local cooking

    The Fisherman's Pub is located on the main street in Speightstown, right next to the pier that stretches out in to the Caribbean. It's popular with locals and tourists alike, and has a busy and bustling atmosphere. You queue for your food canteen-style, and take your pick from dishes including jerk chicken and flying fish. Once you've paid at the...

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  • Fresh, Local Seafood

    Oceans serves seafood from around the world with an imaginative "Bajan" touch.A wonderful, warm ambiance with a stunning view of the Bay. The specialty is seafood but they have a little something for everyone, including vegetarian dishes, pasta, steaks, poultry and lamb.I loved the fresh-caught grouper dishes -- served with spicy local seasonings.

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  • Dinner by the water

    We were walking around the Gap on a Friday night and spotted this restaurant overlooking the water. We weren't sure if we were dressed appropriately or if we needed a reservation, but we thought we'd give it a shot. I'm quite glad that we did. We were seated immediately at the railing overlooking the ocean. The sun had just set and it was a lovely...

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  • Open Air Food Enjoyment!

    This is the main restaurant of the Hilton property and offers daily breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets along with an ala carte menu. The dinner buffet is a theme buffet which changes every night. The restaurant offers an indoor dining room, an outdoor interior dining area and an outside dining area (this area is covered but is along the railing...

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  • Authentic West Indian Cuisine

    Very casual, authentic Bajan restaurant. It's small, so reservations are recommended.I didn't verify this when we were there, but I think they are open only for dinner most days, with the possible exception of weedends. Any kind of seafood, the specials board changes daily.

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  • Sunday Lunch Buffet - with Steel Pan

    The Sunday Lunch Buffet at Southern Palms Beach Club is a must:There is a sumptuous array of food, the dining area is open to the cool breezes, and the steel pan play during the lunch time. If you feel so inclined, you are welcome to dance on the concrete in front of the players,I cannot supply you with prices, as of course they increase year by...

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  • Lobster wow

    The menu had lots to choose from all meats to any kind of fish.The tables were situated all along the edge of a cliff hence the restaurant name and the atmosphere excellent.A very special place to go for dinner, though wouldnt go for your entire stay a two course and a nice bottle of wine amounted to ?100. So worth it for a one off. My favourite...

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  • country style

    The 'Shoe,' as it is affectionately known, is a steak house, bar and gaming saloon that is open 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week. It features food and drink around the clock, music videos, cable TV and gaming machines. The restaurant is famous for its steaks, including an enormous 24-ounce rib eye. Among the lunch choices is a salad bar and the...

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  • Pub Grub

    This 24-hour pub and grub spot is quite popular with the younger folks. Its casual and laid-back feel attracts both locals and tourists alike. With affordable favorites listed on its menu, this Bajan night crawl promises to deliver excitement with not only its funky food flair, but with its eccentric staff, as well. Come in for drinks in the late...

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  • Gotta have a Flying Fish Sandwich!

    We cruised past this restaurant on our jet ski and noted that it was right over the water. It is a casual place to dine with a bar on one side. We sampled the pumpkin soup and the flying fish sandwiches (cause you just can't leave Barbados without having one!) and both were excellent.

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  • If you like it a bit spicy...........

    I would recommend to eat seafood there, its fresh and bit spicy, not as blad as I found it in other Restaurants on the island. Barry is a great entertainer and makes you most welcomed. Drinks are a bit overprized. Prawns in spicy sauce.

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