Fish Pot

Fish Pot

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Fort Rupert, Little Good Harbour Hotel, Shermans, , Barbados

Housed in a converted 18th-century fort, this casual beachfront eatery is part of the Little Good Harbour hotel in the small fishing village of Shermans. The restaurant has both indoor and outdoor dining areas, decorated with light green plantation shutters, bamboo shades, and brown wicker furniture. Nearly every table has a panoramic view of the Caribbean. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves a seafood-heavy menu including dishes like seared scallops with cucumber dill dressing, and grilled lobster with basil caper butter or tomato-onion-chili compote. Reservations are recommended, especially for the outdoor tables.

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