You might choose Barbados for its excellent location, world-famous beaches or five-star hotels, but no holiday is complete without outstanding cuisine and incredible dining experiences. 

Here are our top five recommendations for fantastic restaurants in Barbados.

Little Good Harbour

The Fish Pot restaurant located within the old Fort on the waterfront offers incredible dining and open views of the Caribbean. Its wide menu is an ideal choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

The varied menu offers a modern approach to both Caribbean and international dining. With the freshest ingredients and local seasoning, the food is always delectable. 

If you want to make the most of the local seafood you have an outstanding selection. The catch of the day, Caribbean lobster, seafood and basil crepes, Fish Pot tapas, octopus salad and salmon cheesecake are just some of the incredible choices on offer.

Complementing this, is of course, a wide range of meat and vegetarian offers to suit the most discerning palate. The selection ranges from confit of duck and spinach and mascarpone risotto parcel to braised lamb shank, escalope of pork and Panang style vegetarian curry.

Atlantis Historic Inn

This oceanside restaurant is located on the Atlantic coast and is ideal for surfers and those exploring this scenic side of the island. The West Indian buffet lunch served on Wednesdays and Sundays is famous among locals and visitors alike. 

The culinary team have created a wonderful and incredibly varied menu of authentic Bajan and Caribbean dishes all sourced from local ingredients. The a la carte menu changes week to week to reflect local catches and what’s in season, so you are always enjoying the freshest and hottest cuisine available.

The lunch menu offers a great and relaxed way to enjoy the ocean in a beautiful setting. With a range of sandwiches and burgers on offer as well as the catch of the day, fish tacos, green pea and mascarpone risotto, cashew pesto pasta and more, there is something to suit any mood.


One of the leading restaurants on the south coast, Champers has a lot to give. The large menu offers international cuisine with a bold Caribbean taste. Settle down on the open terrace and feel the romance as the lanterns and candles flicker over a view of the Caribbean Sea.

The Beach House

As the name states, this restaurant has a beautiful beachfront location on the Platinum Coast. You can pop in for a coffee or cocktail, dine in the evenings on local fare with a Mediterranean twist or enjoy the completely traditional Bajan Sunday buffet. 

The Lonestar

This restaurant offers a magical setting with outstanding food and service, making it a favourite spot with celebrities along the Platinum coast. The menu is an eclectic mix between Italian and Caribbean, so come to enjoy a perfect pasta, risotto or Filet Mignon. 

Contact Essential Detail for further information about Little Good Harbour and Atlantis Historial Inn.