Living in Barbados means waking up to warming sunshine, deep breaths of fresh island air and lovely views. But, the island is also known for its enticing food scene, something which has been recognized enough for the island to earn the title of culinary capital of the Caribbean. From Indian, Brazilian and Thai cuisine to Greek and some of the most scrumptious sushi dishes, Barbados is a melting pot of flavours that are sure to woo any foodie.
The sheer number of restaurants and eateries across the island is testament to the fact that Barbadians love food. From tartes and gourmet creations at fine dining restaurants to grilled snapper and breadfruit chips at roadside eateries, the island is ripe with foodie experiences waiting to be embraced. So, for those who consider good food as a big part of their lives, let us introduce you to the Barbadian foodie lifestyle!
Spring, Polo and Dining
The winter season has taken lovers of Barbados on a fun filled journey from the historic raceday at the Garrison Savannah to the legendary grounds of Kensington Oval. But, as spring approaches, Barbados blossoms to its prime offering a lively cocktail of its staple beautiful beaches, and a hearty dash of exciting polo action and sumptuous plantation-style dinners.
Photo by Tides Restaurant
The Tides restaurant is an icon on the west coast. It is a celebration of the seaside living, and emanates a serenity that welcomes lunch and dinner crowds to enjoy fresh sea breezes in a soothing atmosphere. But this September, the Tides Restaurant debuted a refreshed look, and as if to truly accentuate and complement its prime location on the enviable platinum coast, the restaurant has now stepped up its overall luxuriousness as it continues to plate its signature - and delectably delicious - courses.