Have you ever dined around the south coast of Barbados? If not, you are yet to experience the kind of food that feeds your soul, inspires you to book flights, and causes you to reconsider all your previous meals. You simply haven’t enjoyed fish unless you’ve tasted our grilled marlin; if you’ve never sipped a Bajan rum punch at sunset, you just haven’t sampled rum! To help you plan your Barbados trip, our Concierge has rounded up a must-try list of eateries on the island’s buzzing South Coast.
Experiencing decadent food and consistently good service with breathtaking views of Barbados’ South coast, this elegant cliff-top restaurant serves a captivatingly extensive menu. A Barbadian staple, Champers has mastered the art of authentic international cuisine with a bold burst of Caribbean flavour. Champers not only delights the palate with delectable cuisine, but the restaurant is also home to an expertly curated Art Gallery showcasing the diversity and creativity of amazingly talented Caribbean artists.
With a warm ambience, an ebbing tide against the boardwalk, and a simply delicious international menu. Tapas is nothing short of an expertly crafted experience. Chef Franco Parisi is the mastermind behind creations that may tantalise the senses. He has created an exciting menu with an Italian flair and Caribbean flavours. A favourite among locals and visitors alike, Tapas Restaurant is a must-do on your culinary bucket list! A bonus treat for diners is Tapas’ extensive wine list and liquid concoctions served by their talented mixologists.
Barbados’ famed St. Lawerence Gap is home to Primo Bar & Bistro. With 180° “Instagram-able” views of St. Lawerence Bay visible from every table, Primo is renowned for its eclectic and inclusive menu, ranging from freshly caught seafood, decadent meats, and perfect pasta. Primo’s beachy rustic aesthetic is the ideal background for sundowners and a delicious dinner.
With the motto “Where the food is always full of flava and, there is no rum sweeta”. Cocktail Kitchen is a unique restaurant nestled in St. Lawerence Gap, overlooking its picturesque bay, Cocktail Kitchen offers a surprising spin on local favorites such as Roasted Breadfruit & Lobster and the Catch of the Moment elevated by one of the island’s most decorated chefs, Damian Leach.
Pro-tip: Make a sunset reservation to enjoy the sky ablaze with the fire of the setting sun while sipping on the “Forbidden Fruit” for a fizzy delight.
Freshly made Caribbean Pan-Asian Fusion awaits you at Naru! Award-winning Chef Barry Taylor and his wife curated a menu that not only feeds the soul and the palate. Each menu item is generously portioned for the sole purpose of indulging in the various dishes they have to offer. Near the waters’ edge, along the Richard Haynes Boardwalk, an unforgettable dining experience awaits you.
Cuz Fish Stand
Cuz Fish Stand exemplifies how delicious food can be without having a sit-down meal with a high price tag. You may be lying on the beach and notice a long line forming in the distance toward Bajan Landmark. The ideal lunchtime treat is just off Pebbles Beach, between the Hilton Barbados Resort and the Radisson Aquatica, tucked neatly to one side.
You might wonder, “What should I order?” There is simply one choice at Cuz’s: the fish cutter. You can add cheese or an extra serving of fish to your order. Cuz always prepares fried marlin fish with a fresh bun, an egg, lettuce, and his special sauce. We’re telling you; you’ll be coming back for more.
Stay tuned for the next edition of our Dine Around Barbados series! Ready to experience the lifestyle for yourself? Contact email@example.com or call +1 246 416 6220 for more information about ownership opportunities.