If you can't get enough Creole cuisine, don't miss out on a chance to indulge yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, there are a couple of locations in Barbados where you can sample this kind of food.
With options including everything from the very casual attitude at Waterfront Cafe to the cafes whose decades-old preparations are worth adding to your vacation scrapbook, there's something in store for each type of traveler and every dining expectation.
Take time to scan and read details about the few delicious Creole places that you may be referred to during your getaway. For each of the options, click to learn more about its ambiance, food, and what's located nearby.
Located a half mile southeast of downtown Bridgetown, Brown Sugar is on Bay Street. The overall atmosphere of this awesome buffet is very casual, so, of course, visitors can wear something comfortable, and feel free to dig into the scrumptious menu items. <p>Brown Sugar is known for its Planter's Buffet Lunch which serves up a selection of four courses featuring Barbadian, Creole, and Caribbean cuisine in an all-you-can-eat setting. Meanwhile, the a la carte menu is more International, with various meat dishes as well as pastas and seafoods available.</p>
Waterfront Cafe is found within downtown Bridgetown, near the heart of Bridgetown. The overall vibe to expect from this awesome café is very informal, and that's good because patrons can wear something comfortable, and feel free to have mouthfuls of Creole food. <p>Waterfront Cafe sits nestled on the marina in the tranquility of a Mediterranean setting in the historic 375 year old Bridgetown. The huge arched windows offer a panoramic view of the sea, you can enjoy the cool breeze and the electrifying live jazz while you relish the exquisite Caribbean cuisine. The casual and vibrant atmosphere of this restaurant makes it one of the best hang outs to enjoy good food and to watch the bubbly crowd which adds on to the mood!</p>
IV Play Deli, which is on the premises of Sheraton Mall, is located near Bridgetown; it's 1.2 miles to the north of St. Lawrence Gap. Head on over to Vauxhall if your busy day calls for a satisfying serving of sandwiches.
If you don't mind changing things up a bit, you'll find commonality between the restaurants above and establishments like the following:
|(246) 432-5600||Caribbean||Holetown, Western part of Barbados|
|Steak House Grill||(246) 428-7152||American||1.0 mi. South of Central Vauxhall|
|Sea Cat Restaurant||(246) 422-6802||Caribbean||Holetown, Western part of Barbados|
|Lanterns by the Sea Restaurant||(246) 418-0990||Caribbean||1.2 mi. South-Southeast of Central Vauxhall|
|The Orchid||(246) 422-2335||Caribbean||0.6 mi. North of Central Holetown|
|Waterside Restaurant||(246) 418-9750||Caribbean||3.9 mi. Southeast of Central Bridgetown|
|(246) 436-9342||American||Downtown Bridgetown|
|Café Taboras||(246) 422-5555||Bajan||1.1 mi. North of Central Holetown|
|Wispers On The Bay||(246) 435-9486||Caribbean||0.5 mi. East-Southeast of Downtown Bridgetown|
|(246) 428-0469||American||1.1 mi. North-Northwest of Central Atlantic Shores|
Guests often find that the best foods in Barbados are the ones you stumble upon during your exploration of different cities. That being said, it's still smart to have a concrete plan for some meals. To find out even more regarding the dining options waiting for you, check out this page.
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