Best Restaurants in Barbados


The Caribbean cuisine has always had many influences and restaurants continue to combine elements of different cuisines in a very interesting way. Many restaurants in Barbados choose to use local fresh ingredients to create mouth-watering dishes for the delight of the travelers. Set in lovely locations, the restaurants offer the best opportunity to start a romantic night.

St. James: The Cliff

Set in an outdoor romantic setting, the restaurant is perfect for a wedding reception or private party. The very eclectic cuisine includes items such as filet of beef with wild mushrooms, pumpkin and ginger soup, char grilled tuna on garlic mash, char grilled barracuda, open ravioli of scallops, Cajun style salmon on Asian noodles, roast lamb, seared tuna nori roll and hot chocolate pudding with rum cream. The wines list is diverse as well.

>>Cuisine: Caribbean, European, Fusion
>>Price: US$300 average
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Christ Church: Champers

The location is amazing and makes for a perfect night out with your significant other. The dishes include ceviche with lemon zest, shrimp and mango salad, sesame crusted shrimp with ginger and sugar cane rum sauce, penne pasta primavera , coconut shrimp and chili sauce and many more. A variety of wines accompany the lovely dishes.

>>Cuisine: Caribbean, European
>>Price *$17-89
>>Website

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St. James: Bajan Blue at Sandy Lane Resort

Part of the Sandy Lane Resort, Bajam Blue is located right on the beach and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cuisine is Caribbean, using local ingredients. The lunch menu includes both Caribbean and Mediterranean dishes and you can choose between items such as spicy tuna tartars, penne pasta or grilled fish sandwich. The dinner menu includes more exotic meals such as traditional sushi and sashimi or west Indian curry.

>>Cuisine: Caribbean, Mediterranean
>>Price: N/A
>>Website

Bridgetown : Wispers On The Bay

The atmosphere recommends the restaurant for both an intimate dinner with your significant other and a business dinner. It’s both elegant and cozy and offers some of the great dishes in Barbados.

>>Cuisine: International
>>Price*: $190.00 per person for a three course meal; reservations required
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* prices are in Barbados Dollars

St. Lawrence Gap: The Restaurant at Southsea

Open since 2003, the restaurant quickly gained a lot of popularity and was named Barbados Restaurant Of The Year in 2004 and 2005. The setting makes it special as well: on a veranda overlooking a romantic secluded cove. The menu comprises dishes such as Macadamia Nut Crusted Barracuda, Olive Oil Poached Japanese Tilapia, White Peking Duckling Cooked Two Ways or Carpaccio of Ostrich Tenderloin. The restaurant also offers a vegetarian menu, with items such as Lentils and Portabello Mushrooms or Sweet Potato and Mascarpone Tortellini.

>>Cuisine: International
>>Price: N/A
>>Website