The Soupbowl Cafe is situated right on Bathsheba's sea front. The view over the beach and Bathsheba's pounding waves is beautiful.
The Soupbowl Cafe is generally open for lunch and dinner, although it does have a reputation for keeping irregular hours.
With only half a dozen tables plus bar seats, this is a small, local cafe with great staff who can provide lots of local information.
Favorite Dish: I had a lunch of fish and chips - fresh flying fish and chips - which I enjoyed with a cold Banks (Barbados lager). The meal was served promptly by friendly staff and the view was amazing.
When you visit Bathsheba, stop at the RoundHouse Inn restaurant. You won't leave hungry!
Starting with breakfast...the ham and cheese omelets have so many eggs in them, and so much ham and cheese, you'll worry about your cholesterol....much later! And the coffee is so strong, it could wake the dead. If you normally need two cups to get moving in the morning, hold off after the first one. Trust me on this.
For lunch, order a hamburger. It's really good.
For an appetizer with dinner, try the brie with rum sauce. The sauce alone could keep you drunk for three days. And the bruschetta...you'l call your travel agent for another trip, just to taste it again.
The service was magnificent. You're constantly treated to a glorious Bajan smile, and the Caribbean accents are like music to your ears.
They also have live jazz once a week at night.
And the bar...oh, my goodness, you could get drunk just looking at the liquor selection. And of course, you have to sit at the bar with the friendly staff and their friends, and drink shots of...whatever you want!
Favorite Dish: The best thing they do is the grilled tuna steak. I had never actually tried that in the States, so that was my first time. It was so good, I ordered it three or four nights in a row. (I stayed at the RoundHouse for a week.) My boyfriend said the flying fish was also good.
We walked from the Edgewater around to this place which is both a restaurant and a hotel. It is round, hence the name.
They had live music and it was pretty good. The food was good, but I don't remember exactly what we had.
Favorite Dish: A review from http://www.caribbean-on-line.com/diningreviews/br/020111224909.shtml on Jan 2002 says:
"Food served was Caribbean cusine, mostly bajan. I started out by having a split pea type of soup followed by a salad. ... bread which was fresh and very good...the main course.. the fisherman's platter which was one of the specials of the night. it had consisted of some dolphin, flying fish and shrimp, along with some pea's and rice. dinner for two wasn't too bad, it came to around $75.00 US($150.00 bajan) plus a tip"