This is a real discovery: an affordable, lively place that serves authentic island cuisine. With an exterior that's painted a bright shade of blue, and jammed between two more substantial neighbors, it's one of the few restaurants in Barbados occupying a traditional chattel house (a rectangular clapboard-sided cabin that's small enough and light enough that in the old days could be easily moved atop rolling logs from one location to another). The broiled T-bones are juicy and perfectly flavored, there's always an offering of fresh fish, and vegetarians can enjoy stir-fried vegetables with noodles. Other highlights include blackened fish, the local version of a spicy West Indian curry, and a zesty jerk chicken salad.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010