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          Posh Nosh & Water's Edge Dining in Barbados

          Posted in Food and Drink by Emma Bosworth on 15th Feb 2022


          Nowhere in the Caribbean can match Barbados for its superb quality and dining choices. With so many restaurants to choose from, we’ve highlighted a selection of our own tried and tested favourites.

          Posh Nosh

          The West Coast of Barbados plays host to chic oceanfront dining including the vibrant Lone Star serving European fare (look out for the beer battered cod and mushy peas!), whilst the elegant Tides Restaurant serves fresh seafood and superb meat dishes in exquisite surrounds. Diners looking for a more relaxed ambience will enjoy The Fish Pot’s fresh Caribbean dishes whilst the Camelot Restaurant at Cobblers Cove boasts Island fine dining at its best. Sea Shed on Mullins beach is popular for more casual beachside dining and no trip to Barbados is complete without a visit to the rugged East Coast where The Atlantis serves a superb Bajan Sunday buffet. 

          New Kids on the Block

          The past few years have seen a few restaurant changes in Barbados, and whilst some favourites have sadly disappeared, some exciting new eateries have emerged on the island. Cala Roca (formerly Cin Cin) is now a chic Tapas restaurant whose stylish surroundings perfectly match the cuisine, whilst Paul Owens at The Beach House is a name familiar with island regulars as the former head chef of the Cliff Restaurant.

          Oistins Fish Fry

          For an authentic Bajan experience, head to Oistins Fish Fry on a Friday or Saturday night and join locals and tourists who flock to this vibrant fish market. Located in Christ Church, this traditional fishing village comes alive at the weekend with over 30 vendors selling freshly caught seafood including flying fish, mahi-mahi and snapper alongside authentic macaroni pie and Bajan jerk chicken (washed down with a Banks beer or rum punch of course!). Live music fills the air and dancers groove to Reggae sounds whilst locals kick back and relax with a game of cards or dominoes. If you’re seeking a laid-back night, Bajan-style, a visit to Oistins is a must.