A delicious way to experience Barbados' culture is to dine on a national dish and savor local spices.
Tourists that want to maximize on-site meal options will be happy to learn that Almond Beach Village has a great collection of dining options, including Enid's. Vacationers staying at the hotel for over a week may particularly appreciate the varied choices of dining.
Dining is an important part of any vacation experience, and at Almond Village every precaution has been taken to ensure that guest's are satisfied. Four on-site restaurants provide guests with temptations to please any taste bud. A complimentary shuttle is also available to allow guests to travel to the other Almond Resort properties if they are looking to explore the island in search of new culinary experiences.
At the Reef restaurant, diners will be stunned by the beautiful atmosphere of this eatery that sits directly on the beach. During the daytime, guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch or snacks. When the sun sets, the Reef is transformed into an upscale seafood restaurant that requires reservations.
The Horizon Restaurant is the main dining location at the resort. It serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfasts are done buffet-style, and include made-to-order egg omelets. During the weekends, the lunch menu is also served in a buffet-style. Dinners are typically done with an a la carte style. However, on Saturdays there is a delicious Caribbean buffet and Wednesdays are home to a fantastic barbecue.
Guests itching for some true Italian cuisine will enjoy La Smarrita, which is open nightly for dinner. Freshly-caught seafood, creamy pastas and perfectly prepared steaks will leave guests feeling full and content. This restaurant is adults-only, and adheres to a dress code for gentlemen that entails collared shirts and trousers. No shorts are allowed.
Enid's Restaurant is the ideal place for guests to sample local cuisine. Serving Bajan-style dishes, Enid's promises to have guests yearning for more. Sample dishes such as macaroni pies, fried chicken and fish stew.
Additionally, the accommodation houses its own snack bar, where guests will find a cure for their midday munchies. There are also 5 bars where tired travelers can relax with their favorite cocktails.
Room service is yet another option here, so guests can have a relaxing morning with breakfast in bed, or a delicious delivered dinner.
Vacations at Almond Beach Village are all-inclusive, which means meals are likely provided as part of their all-in-one package, so guests are able to enjoy many of their meals at the hotel. Travelers who want to experience the food offered at other locations will be pleased to find many other places to eat. To find out more about the nearby restaurants, take a look at the table below.
|(246) 419-3500||Very Casual||Speightstown||--|
|(246) 422-2222||Very Casual||Speightstown||--|
|(246) 422-1432||Very Casual||Speightstown||--|
|Fisherman Pub||(246) 422-2703||Informal||0.5 mi. (0.8 km)||S|
|Juma's Restaurant||(246) 432-0232||Very Casual||0.6 mi. (1.0 km)||S|
|La Salsa Restaurant & Bar||(246) 422-5026||Informal||0.6 mi. (1.0 km)||NE|
|Island Plates||(246) 252-7793||Very Casual||0.7 mi. (1.1 km)||S|
|The Fish Pot||(246) 439-2604||Informal||1.0 mi. (1.6 km)||N|
|Camelot||(246) 422-2586||Fine Dining||1.0 mi. (1.7 km)||S|
|Bombas Beach Bar||(246) 432-5664||Very Casual||1.5 mi. (2.5 km)||S|
|Mullins Beach Restaurant||(246) 422-2044||Fine Dining||1.6 mi. (2.6 km)||S|
Help us improve! We welcome your corrections and suggestions.