DINING OUT

CULINARY EXPERIENCES

 

Barbados offers an impressive range of regional and international cuisines to delight your palate. Our cuisine offers a mélange of signature influences, from African to Indian and English.

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You can select fine dining in hotel dining rooms, gourmet ocean-front restaurants, authentic island “eateries, bijou cafés tucked away in shaded shopping malls, and of course our famous rum shops and outdoor pop-up caterers. Adding to the festive ambience some dining experiences include a healthy portion of entertainment, both live and recorded, such as jazz, calypso, ringbang and steel drums.

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Of special note is the Oistins Bay Garden, home to the popular Oistins Fish Fry, and one of Barbados’ main open-air Nightlife spots on weekends. You can enjoy a traditional Bajan fish fry with all the trimmings at any of the many decorative, well-maintained food stalls and sidewalk vendors.
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Rum Shops are a strong part of our Barbadian heritage. While they sold rum, they also provided groceries and provisions and served as a community meeting place for games like dominoes and heated conversations on politics and cricket.There are all sorts of rum shops all over Barbados: from high end diners to the village shops that provide everything. The meals are simple: you can get the famous Bajan cutters as well as good West Indian fare of rice and peas, macaroni pie and chicken. Saturdays is a time to relax with friends and enjoy the Barbadian dish of Pudding and Souse, with local beer and rum.

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THINGS TO NOTE

    • The standard rate of tipping in Barbados is approximately 10%.
    • A service charge of between 10% and 15% is typically added to your bill. Once this appears on your bill, any additional tipping is at your discretion.

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