Relax pool side at Cafe Taboras as you enjoy some of the expertly prepared meals and refreshing drinks. This quick and easy resort restaurant is perfect if you were hoping for a quiet day without too much exploring.
Café Taboras features an extensive breakfast buffet offering fresh island fruits, freshly baked bread and pastries, and hot and cold stations. The daily changing lunch menu features light fare such as salads and sandwiches taking advantage of in-season ingredients.
Café Taboras is a café that serves Bajan and International dishes. As far as service and setting, you can expect the formality to be informal. When's the best time to come? They're open for both breakfast and lunch, so consider stopping by.
At Taboras guests have the option of dining right at the bar, or out on the sand at a picnic style table with a red umbrella to protect from the sun. The vibe here is casual.
This restaurant is on the premises of Fairmont Royal Pavilion, which is located in Porters, a neighborhood in the vicinity of Holetown; it is to the north of Holetown.
Feel free to merge dining experience with excellent local sightseeing opportunities by checking out one of the area's many close-by attractions, such as Folkstone Museum.
Active travelers will also appreciate the group of activities made for the great outdoors, found about the area. Tourists who come to town might want to hop over to the neighborhood golf facility, Royal Westmoreland. For those who want a mix of excitement and leisure, trek over to Holetown Beach, which is the most convenient beach and is only a couple hundred yards away. Keep in mind these two options are just a couple of the beaches, courses, and outdoor pursuits within the region.
If you and your group are trying to find another area restaurant with similar menu items and/or a similar ambiance, there is no shortage of nearby dining spots to consider, including Coral Reef Club Restaurant. Diners will find it three quarters of a mile from Café Taboras.
Then again, if you're looking for something different, this region of Barbados boasts an excellent selection of food and drink locales, which serve all types of cuisine styles and flavors. For example, you might also consider trying Caribbean eats at Palm Terrace, where diners are within sight of the beach.
Café Taboras accepts most major credit cards. You can order food from Taboras daily between 7:00am and 2:30pm, however they close for an hour at 10:30am to prepare for lunch.
Phone: (246) 422-5555
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