Barbados is one of the oldest ports in the New World and currently a major travel destination; and the restaurant choices are surprisingly diverse. You can feast on fresh seafood, American favorites, French and Italian fare, but most interesting has to be the local Bajan dishes. Bajan cuisine is a mix of old and new, West Indian, European and Caribbean flavors dominate and fish is the main ingredient. Make sure you try the national dish of Cou Cou (okra and grits) with flying fish (the symbol of Barbados). From inexpensive eats to fine dining you can find the local Bajan cuisine at any price point.
$ – Champers: the beachside location and transition from restaurant to nighttime bar gives a great date night option for you and your sweetie.
$$ – Sweet Potatoes: sit back and relax as you sip some rum and wait for the local comfort food they serve on island time.
$$$ – L’Acajou: one of the more formal dining options on the island, prepare for gorgeous views from the balcony and world class service.
$$$$ – Bajan Blue: a new experience for dining on the island, the atmosphere is exciting with chefs preparing fresh dishes while you watch and serving them buffet style. Call ahead to find out the theme of that nights dinner.
$$$$$ – Al Fresco: award winning restaurant where you can dine under the stars and sip on some of the best rum punches on the island.