Where to Eat in Barbados

WHERE TO EAT IN BARBADOS

Are you wondering where to eat in Barbados? Barbados has an eclectic selection of bars and restaurants. You can enjoy everything from Bajan sticky chicken from a beachside shack to quiet candlelit dinners and ocean- side five star cuisine. We have put together our pick of the top ten restaurants on Barbados. If you are wondering where to eat in Barbados here are some of our favourite restaurants.

 


La Cabane
La Cabane
Tel : +1-246-256-2131

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La Cabane is a fabulous ‘feet in the sand’ beach bar restaurant. It is located at Batts Rock on the west coast. The menu is written on a surf board and consists of a small selection of dishes made from fresh local organic ingredients. These are cooked Mediterranean style. Fresh fish, barbequed chicken, steak and pork and a selection of tasty salads. There is music playing and a fun laid back vibe. The mixologists offer a wide selection of cocktails. Perfect for sunset. Try the bean bag sofas on the sand or the swings at the bar. There is even a hammock on the beach. Sit in a comfy director’s chair at your table and just relax and enjoy the ambience and the fresh produce. This is a fabulous way to spend a Sunday or any lunch. Also good for a laid back dinner. Hard to find a better low key beach bar restaurant in Barbados. Highly recommended.

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The Tides
The Tides
Tel : +1-246-432-8356

The Tides is a really special restaurant in a magnificent waterfront setting. It has a lot of fresh fish on the menu and most tables are outside on the beautiful terrace overlooking the water. The food is beautifully presented and the service impeccable. In the winter months it is open for lunch as well as dinner. 

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Lone Star
Lone Star
Tel : +1-246-419-0599

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This is one of the most popular restaurants on the west coast of Barbados for breakfast, lunch and dinner.   We love it and in our view the setting takes some beating.  It has a cool yet quite informal atmosphere and the entrance and vista as you walk down the vast staircase is breath taking. We particularly enjoy lunch at Lone Star gazing out over the turquoise waters and some lunches have even ended with cocktails whilst we have watched the sun go down. It really is such a special spot. The service is sometimes erratic but the food and the general ambiance and feel of Lone Star is unique. Although it has white table cloths the feel in Lone Star is less formal than Tides and the décor more Caribbean chic that Cin Cin. You also feel like you are eating right on the beach. The menu is not extensive but it has something for everyone.  

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Sea Shed
Sea Shed
Tel : +1-246-572-5111

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Sea shed is a fairly new restaurant and bar located on the lovely Mullins beach in St. Peter. Boasting a chic yet laissez-faire beach vibe, Sea Shed is a welcome addition to the west coast scene. It's quickly become a local and visitor favorite with their tasty cocktails and delicious food by Chef Jeremy Dupire. Fresh and local ingredients are used to create their meals with the menus being changed to reflect what was sourced from the sea a few steps away. Spend your days lounging on the beach sipping on the drink of your choice with an amazing view.

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Fishpot
Fishpot
Tel : +1-246-439-3000

The Fishpot restaurant at Little Good Harbour is a real find. Set in a beautiful, historic colonial style building, it has a more rustic, cosy feel to it than many of its beachfront competitors and is right on the water.  The waves lap beneath the deck where you are sitting. Located north of Speightstown, and about 15 minutes’ drive north of Holetown it really is worth the trip. The menu is quite extensive and do not be fooled by its name. There are lots of choices on the menu other than fish dishes.  Fishpot is generally open at the weekends for lunch as well as dinner. The food is fresh and wonderfully presented and the service is excellent. You can dine inside with views through the coral stone windows over the water or on the decked terrace outside. 

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Nishi
Nishi
Tel : +1-246-432-8287

This is a very popular restaurant with local residents and holidaymakers.  Set on the corner of busy Second Street right in the middle of Holetown this restaurant is fairly low key with a lovely courtyard bar and outdoor tables just off the street and tables for dining in air conditioning downstairs and in the quieter room upstairs. With an informal ambiance this place concentrates on delivering wonderful Asian and Caribbean food. The flavours are outstanding and the sushi as good as you would get anywhere.  There is a good selection of dishes and the menu is diverse offering great choices even for those who do not enjoy sushi and seafood.

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The Mews
The Mews
Tel : +1-246-432-1122

The Mews is a lively restaurant set in the middle of Holetown on one of Holetown’s liveliest  and trendy streets-Second Street. It is a cosy environment .  A busy bar downstairs attracts local residents and holiday makers alike (particularly on a Friday night) and the restaurant which is set upstairs is a little quieter with windows looking down over the activity of the street. The food is excellent and the service good.  The food is described as ‘Euro Caribbean presented with classic simplicity and style’. This restaurant has been popular for over 15 years and remains so today.

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Cariba
Cariba
Tel : +1-246-432-8737

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Cariba is a lovely locally owned restaurant located in Derricks, St. James. Run by Internationally trained Executive Chef, Glen Bent, and his wife, Faye, Cariba offers modern Caribbean cuisine with an Asian twist in a comfortable, casual and relaxed atmosphere. Glen, the Executive Chef/Owner, has worked in five star establishments worldwide including the prestigious Sandy Lane Hotel here in Barbados. The location isn't fancy but the food is of high quality with friendly staff and an authentic experience in a West Indian style bungalow.

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Champers
Champers
Tel : +1-246-434-3463

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Champers is a local's favorite located on the south coast of the island perched on a cliff with breath-taking views of the ocean. Guests have the option of dining indoors with air-conditioning for their comfort or outdoors with a stunning view. Their dishes are authentic focusing on fresh, quality and local ingredients to create International dishes with strong Caribbean flavours. Take a look at their art gallery curated by Vanita Commissiong adorned with pieces from local and regional artists.

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Cafe Luna
Cafe Luna
Tel : +1-246-428-6172

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Cafe Luna is one of the most romantic restaurants in Barbados. Located on the rooftop of Little Arches Hotel overlooking the beautiful Miami Beach on the south coast, Cafe Luna offers panoramic views of the ocean in a Mediterranean al freso style setting. The Executive Chef/Co-owner, Mark de Gruchy, delights in a fusion of Caribbean Asian and Mediterranean flavours. Enjoy stunning views in a casual but elegant atmosphere while savouring delicious dishes and desserts. Very limited waterfront tables available.

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