Serving mostly seafood in a bright atmosphere, this restaurant is located in a converted old fort and it adds historical relevance and visual appeal to an already delicious dining experience.
Lunch is light at The Fish Pot. There are sandwiches, salads and light seafood dishes. At night, the menu is kicked up a few notches with fresh tasting seafood like snapper or tuna. Even the meat options like the lamb are flavorful. The menu is mostly Mediterranean and the foods and spices reflect that influence.
The specialty at The Fish Pot, is seafood served Mediterranean style. Expect an atmosphere and service that is informal. This eatery is open for both dinner and lunch, so consider stopping by.
The Fish Pot sights right off the bay, with an open terrace. Indoors, the décor is full of lighter island colors. The mood here is one of friendliness and coziness.
Located in the vicinity of Speightstown, The Fish Pot is a part of Little Good Harbour. For locals and tourists who plan on spending time in or around Speightstown, the restaurant is located to the north of town.
If you're hoping to merge your dining experience with some local sightseeing opportunities, you'll find at least a few noteworthy things to see and do within reach of the restaurant, like St. Peter's Church.
Active couples and families are also drawn to the group of fun-in-the-sun activities in the area. Any golfing guests up for an outdoor challenge should consider reserving a tee time at the nearest golf facility, Royal Westmoreland. Other types of travelers are content napping on Six Men's Bay, which you will find to be the closest beach and is only a few hundred yards away. And happily, those are just a couple of the beaches, courses, and outdoor pursuits nearby.
For those looking to find another restaurant in the region with similar kinds of food or similar prices, there is no lack of nearby options to choose from, including La Salsa Restaurant & Bar. It is found less than a mile from The Fish Pot.
Then of course, if you're looking for a change of pace, this section of Barbados boasts an impressive range of restaurants, where you can find all types of flavors and cuisine styles. For example, you could also try Caribbean cuisine at Enid's, which is a mile south.
While many of the entrees will fall between $20 and $30 USD, there are a few that hover around $50, with the upper range being about $70 per entree. The Fish Pot accepts the following credit cards: Master Card and Visa. The Fish Pot is open for business ever day, with meals being served from 8:30am to 3:00pm and then again at 6:00pm until 11:00pm.
Phone: (246) 439-2604
Secondary Phone: (246) 439-3000
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