Best Places to Eat in Barbados
Barbados has an endless amount of eating experiences. No matter which parish you’re staying in, there is no shortage of places to eat from fine dining around the rich & famous, to eating from street vendors with the locals.
If your restaurant of choice is far from your accommodation then travel arrangements are recommended – we offer advice on Travelling around Barbados.
Their menu is uniquely authentic; international with bold intense Caribbean flavours complimented by a simple presentation with an emphasis on fresh, quality and local ingredients!
Cin Cin By The Sea (www.cincinbythesea.com)
Located on Speightstown’s beachfront, Hugo’s is not one to miss! They serve fresh Caribbean cuisine with an international flair and house historic items from The Ivy, London and the late Lord Glenconner’s home in Mustique.
If you’re looking for luxury dining and fantastic views you will not be disappointed!
Nikki Beach (www.barbados.nikkibeach.com)
Nikki Beach is set on the North West Coast of Barbados featuring a restaurant, pool and beach club with ocean front dining. You will find a swim up wet bar, VIP cabanas & luxurious pool beds. You can enjoy some globally inspired dishes, cocktails, live music and fantastic beachfront views, make sure you pay a visit and be sure to try a famous Nikki Beach mojito!
Surfer’s Cafe (www.surferscafebarbados.com)
Surfer’s cafe is one of my favourite more laid back places to go! It’s a family friendly, surfer themed restaurant which offers a casual vibe with its breathtaking sea views, friendly staff, rustic charm and great music. It’s the perfect place to relax with some food & drink with our personal favourite being Thursday night “Guiness & Reggae” live music evenings!
Definitely one to put on your to-do list!
The Fish Pot (www.fishpotbarbados.com)
Sitting directly on the water’s edge of Little Good Harbour The Fish Pot is definitely a must!
An open-air covered terrace offers uninterrupted views of the Caribbean Sea, while the airy, informal dining rooms finished with coral stone walls, offer a relaxed island vibe, an ideal setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The chef only uses fresh ingredients, enhanced by local seasonings. The menu includes modern takes on both Caribbean and internationally inspired cuisine. Noteworthy items include Lobster ravioli, pan-fried Mahi Mahi, oven-roasted Sea Bass and a mouthwatering lamb shank.
The Lone Star (www.thelonestar.com)
Best place to eat on a Sunday in Barbados? Definitely The Lone Star!
Located on the famed platinum west coast, renowned for its idyllic setting, celebrity clientele and buzzy yet laid back atmosphere it is by far one of the best spots where you can enjoy a breakfast on the broad walk, a rum sour at sunset or a post dinner glass of champagne at their new cocktail lounge!
The Tides Restaurant (www.tidesbarbados.com)
Set in the magical backdrop of what was once a classic seaside Barbadian home built after the 2nd World War with coral stone and mahogany. The Tides Restaurant is now one of the leading restaurants located on the water’s edge of the West coast of Barbados.
Tides is by far one of the top places to eat in Barbados!
Happy Travels 🙂