What I love about Barbados restaurants in my opinion the island is a must visit destination for foodies and those who just love a good meal.
I can honestly say I have never had a bad meal.
One of my favorite ways to sample local Barbados food actually does not happen in a standard bricks and mortar food establishment.
I strongly suggest you try freshly grilled fish on a Friday night at Oistins fish market this is a meeting place for local and visitors.
And that is what is so great about the range of options you are going to find is that you are not going to know which one to choose.
If you are looking for fine dining all Barbados restaurants have something you will surely enjoy.
I have found that the high end ($$$$) eateries aren't always better than the restaurants that serve simple good food ($), you just have to do a little research.
So here are my 3 reasons why you should explore all that Barbados has to offer.
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First the quality of restaurants to me it is some of the best in the world. In fact, Barbados is the only island in the Caribbean with a Zagat rating.
What does this mean?
The Zagat rating has been around since 1979 and it is a trusted online review site.
Stats reveal that one out of every 10 people looking for the restaurant reviews online of where to eat use its rating as a guideline.One thing's for sure...
All of it is going to be mouth watering.
How about this peanut butter cheesecake with salted caramel I had at Daphane's in the parish of St. James
Second There is a huge range of options to choose from whether you want to eat like a "Bajan" which would flying fish and cou-cou (which is corn meal and okra) all the way to sumptuous sushi.
Perhaps you crave a thick juicy steak or fresh home made pasta. You can easily find the Barbados restaurant to satisfy your taste buds.
Delicious flying fish and all the fixings at Harlequin Restaurant in St. Lawrence Gap
Third the location settings and the views of the islands at many of the restaurants over the look the ocean.
So as the sun goes down with the right bottle of wine and company your dining experience will only be more satisfying.
A popular spot with great ocean views and of course great food to me was at Champers.
The fact is if you love to eat and want to do it well then I can guarantee you will find a restaurant in Barbados to your liking and budget.