Media Article: The Daily Telegraph
Feast at the best eateries Barbados has to offer…
Food is enormously important in Barbados, and with its eclectic mix of African, Indian, Irish, Creole and British influences, it’s and island justly aspires to be the culinary capitol of the Caribbean. That’s not only because of it many gastronomic restaurants but also all the distinctive Bajan specialities on offer which are often best sampled in rum shops and street stands.
For see-and-be-seen glamour, look no than at further than The Lone Star. Its setting, on a long wooden deck by Alleynes Bay beach, is hard to beat. Dishes range from fish and chips to herb-crusted halibut. For pudding, try the banana doughnuts with coconut ice cream. Click here to view the menus
The ambience is more informal other fine-dining island establishments – children are very welcome here – and they do good pizzas at lunchtime. Should you wonder why the waiters wear white overalls, it’s because there used to be a garage here. Click here to read more