A visit to Barbados would not be complete without some authentic Barbadian cuisine. From the ground provisions to the grilled fish and everything in between, we have something here for every palate. For all you foodies check out these spots for a satisfying belly full as us locals would say.
These are recommendations from my girl Nao who recently moved here from England . I think she has realy great taste and one bite of these delicacies will have you licking your lips and nodding in agreement . Check out Traditional Bajan Cuisine.
Strong Foods – Blackrock, St Michael also know as Yelluhmeat. https://www.yelluhmeat.com/
Check out their roast breadfruit and sweet potato bowls
The Brown Sugar Restaurant– Bay Street, St . Michael dubbed as The Home Of Bajan Cuisine
Martins Bay St John – Known for their awesome fish fry http://www.barbados.org/martins-bay-barbados.htm
Chillin and Grillin Bar – Oistins, Christ Church .https://chillinandgrillinbar.com/ When you visit there tell Roger we said Hi!
The Fisherman’s Pub – Speightstown. Great food and a good lime
The Atlantis Hotel -Tent Bay, St. Joseph. They serve Bajan buffets on Wednesdays and Sundays. This one has a more romantic ambiance .http://www.atlantishotelbarbados.com/Barbados-Fine-Dining/
Lemon Arbour – St John. Drinks , food and an all around good time
Cuz Fish Shack – Pebbles Beach . Light bites on the beach .The best fish sandwiches ever.
Chicken George and Yankee Joe – Rockley, Christ Church . Who doesn’t love a good beach bar ?
Sunbury Plantation – St. Philip . If you fancy a bit of history, brunch , a spot of tea . This is the spot for you .