If you can't get enough French food, don't pass up an opportunity to spoil yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a few restaurants in Barbados where you can sample some.
Take time to pursue the small collection of French restaurants that you'll have the chance to visit during your getaway. For each restaurant, you can click its name to read the full article about its specialties, style, and what you can do nearby.
Located toward the southern outskirts of Speightstown, Camelot is located at Cobblers Cove Hotel. This local establishment isn't merely French delights and particularly barbecue, but here they're also fawned-over for another favorite, seafood. Serving every meal of the day, your taste buds will be tantalized whether you want scrambled eggs or ahi tuna. Head Chef Michael aims to use local ingredients to make every dish, and freshness is important. Fish is brought in from a local fisherman and nearby farms provide the produce. An example of what you'll find on the ever-changing menu is as follows. To start, you might find goat cheese on cinnamon toast brioche or a lobster and melon tasting; and the main entrees might be something like olive crusted mahi-mahi or herb marinated lamb rack. In August of 2014, the Chef's Choice menu included roast root vegetable soup, pan-fried foie gras with vanilla apples, pan-fried duck breast, crab, chive, and green pea risotto, and orange cheesecake.
L'Acajou is located at Sandy Lane Hotel, and is a good choice for people exploring this part of Barbados. It's 0.8 miles south of Holetown. Seafood (of course) and French cuisine are a great pair at this much-loved fine foods restaurant. Indulge yourself at L'Acajou with fine French and International cuisine featuring fresh seafood and exotic local ingredients. Offering 3 course meals featuring daily specialties, L'Acajou takes care in selecting a perfect compliment from their extensive wine collection.
Juma's Restaurant is located in the heart of Speightstown. Seafood and French fare come together for some great dishes at this chilled-out favorite. Some of the best selling items on their menu are the Flying Fish Pate, Crabcakes, Spare Ribs, Lobster Tails, Fresh Fish, Banana Four Ways, and White Chocolate Creme Brulee.
Set near the center of downtown Bridgetown, Cork & Bottle Bistro is at 10 Pelican Village. Though they're broadly known for food with French flair, this possible dining pick eagerly offers their hamburgers and sandwiches. Although there are burgers and sandwiches on the menu, the main focal point of the menu here is the wine. There are over 40,000 bottles in the cellar, including mature vintages like Domaine Chevalier and Chateaux Talbot.
If you seek even more options in this same genre, you're likely to enjoy similar offerings at restaurants like these:
|(246) 420-7633||Italian||1.1 mi. South of Central Vauxhall|
|Opa! Limegrove||(246) 624-9767||Greek||0.2 mi. Northeast of Central Holetown|
|(246) 434-0444||Italian||3.8 mi. East of Central Bridgetown|
|Ciao Bella||(246) 432-6633||Mediterranean||0.2 mi. Northeast of Central Holetown|
|Daphne's Restaurant||(246) 432-2731||Italian||1.6 mi. South of Central Holetown|
|Sultan Restaurant||(246) 271-0363||Middle Eastern||2.5 mi. Southeast of Central Bridgetown|
|Spago Lanterns Mall||(246) 271-0348||Italian||2.5 mi. Southeast of Central Bridgetown|
|(246) 427-1400||Italian||1.0 mi. East of Downtown Bridgetown|
|Wispers On The Bay||(246) 435-9486||Italian||0.5 mi. East-Southeast of Downtown Bridgetown|
|Opa! St. Lawrence||(246) 418-8444||Greek||3.7 mi. Southeast of Central Bridgetown|
Visitors often find that the best dining options in Barbados are those you run into during your daytime travels. That being said, you'll save yourself some stress if you learn about dining in a particular region in advance. To learn more information about the culinary options awaiting you, check out this page.
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