Barbados

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Italian
5 reviews
Executive chef Marco Festini Cromer whips up contemporary Italian cuisine at the House's beachfront restaurant. — Fodor's
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Caribbean
4 reviews
This glamour-puss of a restaurant, where every table has a terrace view and candlelight glints off the fine crystal, has been wowing visitors since 1995. — Concierge
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European
4 reviews
This former beachfront villa is now occupied by a graceful restaurant that serves fine food. — Frommer's
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American
4 reviews
Chiryl Newman's snazzy seaside restaurant is in an old Bajan home just off the main road in Rockley. — Fodor's
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Caribbean
4 reviews
The Fish Pot Restaurant at the Little Good Harbour hotel is renowned for its views and seafood. It has a good wine list. — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
4 reviews
Brown Sugar serves the tastiest Bajan specialties on the island. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
At the tiny but chic Lone Star Hotel, top chefs turn the finest local ingredients into gastronomic delights. — Fodor's
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Healthy
3 reviews
This waterfront cafe is a local institution that serves up fish from the boats floating off the side deck. — Lonely Planet
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Sandwiches
3 reviews
Built in 1832, this restaurant lies on sloping, grass-covered lawns punctuated with solid, coral-stone retaining walls. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
3 reviews
Dining at the Mews is like being invited to a friend's very chic home for dinner. — Fodor's
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Cafe
3 reviews
This busy bistro alongside the Careenage is the perfect place to enjoy a drink, snack, or meal—and to people-watch. — Fodor's
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Asian
3 reviews
A sharp little restaurant given to nicely pitched coq au vin, pâté, and sticky toffee pudding. — Travel + Leisure
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Caribbean
3 reviews
Ragamuffins is in a 60-year-old chattel house now filled with personalities. Dishes are all Caribbean with some added attitude. On Sunday there’s a drag show. — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Located on the island's unassuming south coast, down a street that doesn't even have a name (which isn't uncommon in Barbados) sits a little beach bar called the Carib — Afar Magazine
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Ask serious roti connoisseurs the best place on the island to indulge and they'll point you to this simple hole-in-the-wall restaurant at the entrance to Aquatic Gap — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
You're greeted with a buon appetito, as you walk through the doors of this restaurant on the main floor of Little Bay Hotel — Frommer's
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Fast Food
2 reviews
For a reasonably priced meal, head to this unpretentious place next to the Chatel village. — Lonely Planet
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Caribbean
3 reviews
Twice a week, Lobster Alive owner Art Taylor flies to Bequia Island to pick up about 700 pounds of Caribbean spiny lobster, which he then serves at this waterfront eatery on Carlisle Bay. — Travel + Leisure
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Japanese
3 reviews
This upscale resto serves up the best Asian on the island. — Concierge
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Luckily Surfer’s Bay Beach Bar isn’t exclusive to those with a penchant for getting tubed, pulling aerials or catching the perfect wave — Afar Magazine
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