Restaurants in Barbados
Restaurants in Barbados often serve Barbadian cuisine, which is a mix of English, Spanish, Portuguese, and West African styles. Local seasonings and vegetables are usually included. Barbados candy is also popular, since sugarcane grows on the island. There are more than a few Barbados’ restaurants to taste great local and international dishes while visiting. Try the national dish of cou cou (polenta make with okra) and flying fish at Fisherman’s Pub’s waterfront café. The place is a local institution, and everything is served up fresh, right off the boat.
Branch out and try Sweet Potatoes’ bol jol spread as an appetizer. Pisces is a larger-scale restaurant with a great wine list and stunning views (best to go late after the dinner rush). Champers overlooks Accra Beach, and serves elegant dining experiences with pasta and seafood. Head to Lobster Alive for lobster fare right on the beach in a quaint, casual setting. Grilled lobster, lobster pasta, lobster spring rolls (you get the idea). David’s Place is upscale and ideal if you’re traveling as a couple; great for a meal for two, at a table overlooking the bay.