Winner of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association's Restaurant of the Year Award in May of 2014, delicious food meets dazzling presentation at the Camelot Restaurant at Cobblers Cove.
Serving every meal of the day, your taste buds will be tantalized whether you want scrambled eggs or ahi tuna. Head Chef Jason Joseph 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.
Camelot is a grill that offers Caribbean and French cuisines, as well as barbecue. This place is for those who seek particular tastes and lust fancy flavors, since this restaurant is all about elegant looking and tasting food. They are open for business during breakfast, lunch, and dinner, allowing you and your group to enjoy this option at almost any meal.
This restaurant follows the hotel's lead by combining the style of an English country house with something little tropical. Diners will enjoy the landscaped gardens that surround the space as well a view of the coast.
This restaurant is part of Cobblers Cove Hotel, which is located along the southern outskirts of Speightstown.
There will be a smattering of attractions within a short distance of the restaurant, which truly helps newcomers to stay active right through sunset. Two of the closest landmark sites from this particular dining option include St. Peter's Church and Arlington House Interactive Museum, both of which are within a reasonable driving distance.
Families and couples alike will also appreciate the outdoor activities found throughout the region. Visitors who find themselves anxious to tee off can test their skills at the nearby popular golf club, Royal Westmoreland, which is not too far from Camelot. Another possibility is to enjoy some time reclining on the sand -- Camelot is located on Mullins Beach.
For those trying to find another place to eat that has some similar menu items and/or similar prices, there are several nearby dining spots to consider, including Mullins Beach Restaurant.
However, if you want something a little different, this region of Barbados has a large selection of restaurants, offering cuisine styles ranging from the familiar to the exotic. For example, you could also try Bajan food at Juma's Restaurant, which is a short distance away.
When you buy dinner for two, you'll spend around $50(USD). This does not include wine.
Location: Road View, Speightstown, Barbados
Phone: (246) 422-2586
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