Best Restaurants in Barbados


Barbados is the most popular destination in the Caribbean, with beautiful restaurants situated on stunning sandy beaches, and hidden gems in harbours why not venture out and try some of the best cuisines Barbados has to offer? Here are our top six restaurants in Barbados. 

 

1. The Cliff

One of the most famous restaurants in the Caribbean, the Cliff is set on torch-lit terraces above a floodlit cove, the setting alone is a reason to book. All the tables are candlelit with a view of the sea. The Cliff offers an eclectic mix of food and is particularly favoured for its puddings! Definitley worth a visit, but make sure to book well in advance. 

 

2. The Lone Star

A fusion of Italian flare, Caribbean influence and much loved classics, The Lone Star is located on the platinum coast. Renowned for its idyllic setting, celebrity clientele and laid back atmosphere. It also has a great menu for kids and is very family friendly. If you have been customers of ours from the beginning you may also know this is the home to our fashion shows!

 

3. The Fish Pot

The Fish Pot is located above a beautiful sandy beach in a little fishing community in Little Good Harbour. Renowned for its beautiful decor and beautiful food its one not to be missed. Dishes range from salads, curries and risotto but you won't go wrong if you stick to the catch of the day! Given the location and the name you will not find fresher!

 

4. Cin Cin By The Sea

Pronounced Chin Chin, here you can find beautiful views of the west coast of Barbados, serving Mediterranean style food with a Caribbean twist. Elegant yet relaxed here you can find everything from pork buns to seared yellow fin tuna. Cin Cin is open for both lunch and dinner. 

 

5. Brown Sugar

Located south of Bridgetown, Brown Sugar is famous for its all-you-can-eat buffet lunch with a grand display of local and creole dishes. Local dishes include fish cakes, steamed or fried flying fish, cou cou (like polenta, but made with cornmeal and okra) and pepperpot, a meat stew originally from Guyana and flavoured with cassareep. Brown Sugar also offers a'la carte dining in the evening. Its a great place for families. 

 

6. Tapas

Situated along the picturesque Richard Haynes Boardwalk, Tapas offers three areas for seating with no shortage of views. The bar is the real star, serving up some of the best drinks in the capital. There's a vast menu serving usual tapas offerings such as tuna carpaccio, calamari and meatballs, and some you may not be familiar with such as smoked marlin pate and shark fritters. 

 

So instead of dining in your hotel the next time you visit Barbados, why not venture out and try something new! With stunning views, friendly staff and beautiful food whats not to love. 

 

 


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