The following list is our recommended restaurants on Barbados. Reservations are always recommended and information is included on how to reach the restaurant.
Derricks, St. James
Open Monday through Saturday, and Sundays during the high season. For dinner service only. A credit card is required to hold all bookings.
Ultra Romantic and offers memorable dining experience with starters like smoked salmon ravioli and entrees including chargrilled swordfish with Thai yellow curry sauce and seared tuna with saffron caper sauce.
Holetown, St. James
Specialty: Fresh seafood from both locally and imported as well as a great selection of meat dishes.
Dinner: Sunday - Saturday (6pm - 9:30pm)
Lunch: Sunday - Friday (Noon - 2:30pm)
The Tides is housed in a post world war classic Barbadian seaside home with coral stone and mahgony.
Prospect, St. James
Speciality: Mediterranean Cusine
Monday - Friday (11:30am - 3pm and 6pm - 11pm), Saturday and Sunday (6pm - 11pm)
This waterside hot spot features cool, contemporary design with an open air seating area and air-conditioned, glass walled lounge bar. The menu is Mediterranean with a Caribbean twist, and the food presentation is as appealing as the décor.
Mount Standfast, St. James
Daily: Breakfast 8:30am - 10:30am, Lunch 11:30am to 3:30pm, Dinner 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Located right on the beach of the famed Platinum Coast, Lone Star is renowned for its idyllic family-friendly setting, celebrity clientele and busy yet laid-back atmosphere.
Limegrove Lifestyle Centre, Holetown, St. James
Specialty: Asian Fusion Cusine
Monday to Saturday 6:30pm - 11:00pm, CLOSED Sunday
Closed for annual holiday from mid-Septmber to approx. Oct 10th
With a philosophy of authentically sophisticated cuisine, the menu is comprehensive and alluring, whilst being approachable for every palate.