Take a break from the sand and the waves and plant yourself at Bombas Beach Bar. Here you will find some fresh seafood and and cold drinks that will help you relax and cool off after a warm day. The local food, local music, and local staff will make you feel like a welcomed guest at this popular beach bar.
You should expect to see mostly fresh and local seafood on the menu, from shrimp to fish. However, there are also plenty of chicken and beef options to satisfy any carnivore. So no matter what your taste or diet, you will find something here.
Bombas Beach Bar is a bar and grill where they proudly serve their take on Caribbean cuisine. When it comes to dress code and level of service, this restaurant's setting is very casual. This location serves food for both dinner and lunch, so consider giving it a try one day.
Vibrantly decorated, Bombas is a truly tropical bar.
Situated just outside the heart of Mullins, Bombas Beach Bar makes a pleasant choice for those staying in the area. Guests who are making a trip to Speightstown should also think about eating here, since it's 1.1 miles to the south of town.
With a group of attractions near the restaurant, allowing tourists to weigh their options, and try something new each day. Two of the closest points of interest from their location include St. Peter's Church and Arlington House Interactive Museum, both of which are within a quick trip away.
People who dine here also anticipate the activities made for the great outdoors, in the area. Golfers who drop by for the day will certainly want to check out the nearest golf club, Royal Westmoreland. And what makes a breezy round of golf even better? A nap afterwards at Mullins Beach, which you will find to be the most convenient beach and is only a short distance away. And, those two attractions are just a couple of the golf courses and beaches within the area.
If you're looking to find another place to eat that has some similar kinds of food or a similar atmosphere, there is no shortage of nearby dining spots to choose between, including Island Plates. Diners will find it a short distance away to the north of this restaurant.
Then again, if you want something a little different, this section of Barbados boasts a wide range of food and drink locales, which serve all types of cuisine styles and flavors. For instance, you could also try another type of food at a proximal dining destination, like Camelot, where you can dine right on the water.
The simple menu at Bombas offers dishes in the price range of $20 and $60 BBD, with the priciest item being the Sirloin Steak. Bombas opens daily at 11:00 a.m.
Phone: (246) 432-5664
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