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15 Best Restaurants in Barbados
15 Best Restaurants in Barbados
We present here our list of the top 15 and best Barbados restaurants. These are but a few of our personal restaurant choices and recommendations for dining out in Barbados.
You can view our full list of Barbados restaurants here.
Barbados is home to many of the finest restaurants in the Caribbean. Dining in Barbados can be a casual beach barbecue and local fish fry to a tropical fine dining experience in a magical setting. We will use our extensive network of contacts of restaurant owners and chefs to ensure your Barbados dining pleasure is met. We are food lovers ourselves at
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Spend the day at Sea Shed on Mullins Beach for the ultimate beach day on the west coast. Sea Shed has a laissez-faire beach vibe, and that’s with a cocktail in one hand and a delicious dish from one of the chefs in the next. Enjoy a superb lunch or dinner in the open air restaurant, or maybe it’s just for sunset cocktails. Chef Jeremy Dupire’s creative menu offers excellent choices for sharing plates, salads, main courses, pizzas and tempting desserts. There is usually live or DJ music on Saturdays and Sundays.
Located at the corner of the entrance to the Courtyard by Marriot complex on the south coast road, Buzo Osteria Italiana is one of the hottest new restaurant additions in Barbados.
Cariba offers modern Caribbean cuisine with an Asian twist in a tropical, casual setting. Sophisticated and unique plate presentation using seasonal local ingredients that result in outstanding food quality.
This popular south coast restaurant and wine bar is located on the water’s edge overlooking Rockley Beach and is always a lively choice for food and drinks. A favourite amongst locals and visitors, Champers offers superb service and delicious fare at affordable prices.
Naru Restaurant caters to both sushi and non-sushi dining. Chef/Owner Barry Taylor has created an innovative menu with a unique blend of Caribbean cuisine, Asian techniques, Sushi and traditional Japanese dishes. Created with sharing in mind, each item is served as an individual portion designed for the purpose of indulging in various dishes.
With new ownership in place, Chef Paul Edwards of Formula One fame has transformed Nishi into what
Trip Advisor calls the #10 Restaurant Caribbean wide. Nishi offers a diverse menu with a mixture of Asian and Caribbean dishes. Read More
Popular south coast restaurant located right on the water in Hastings, alongside the new boardwalk. With glass, pickled wood, mirrors and wide open wall-windows to the sea gives Tapas an airy, spacious feel.
The rebranded Paul Owens at the Beach House is a new dining experience featuring some of Paul’s signature cuisine from former The Cliff Restaurant. There’s something for everyone to enjoy. Paul Owens at The Beach House offers one of Barbados’ most sought after dining experiences with internationally recognised standards of cuisine and service.
One of the most talked-about beachfront restaurants Barbados, The Lone Star restaurant
offers a fusion of European fare with Caribbean influences, an array of mouth-watering salads and their much-loved timeless Lone Star Classics. Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon bits and dinner each day. Read More
The Tides Restaurant is one of the leading fine dining beach front restaurants and art gallery located in the heart of Holetown, specialising in fresh seafood, both locally and imported as well as a great selection of protein dishes with beef tenderloin, chicken, and lamb racks being a few. There are also many creations that can be enjoyed by the vegetarian and vegan diner.
The Fish Pot restaurant is on the site of what was once a 17th Century fort, and is situated next to a quiet fishing village in St Lucy. The views from the restaurant are among the best in Barbados. Owner, Andrew Warden and his wife Patricia have applied their exquisite personal taste to the decor creating a casual, truly tropical atmosphere.
Located on the rooftop terrace of Little Arches Hotel, Cafe Luna is an open air, terracotta terrace restaurant run by Canadian Executive Chef and owner, Mark DeGrunchy, or Moo as he is better known.