July 21, 2017

Barbados Dining - West

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West Coast

Cafe Indigo: Situated upstairs in a traditional Caribbean building, this first floor location is continually subject to a gentle breeze from the northeast, affording a charming and relaxing atmosphere. Café Indigo specializes in all types of cuisine. There are a variety of dishes including homemade soups, pate, pies, and pizzas as well as US steaks, Caribbean prawns and freshly caught fish of the day. All in all, excellent quality and unsurpassed good value. Children are welcome.

Location: Indigo Courtyard, Holetown, St. James (246) 432-0968
Price Range: Average $15 per person

West Coast

The Sandpiper: A small exclusive hotel with an excellent restaurant which is considered to be one of the best on the island. The chef and his experienced brigade produce eclectic dishes which stress quality and freshness, using only the finest of local and imported ingredients. Service is provided by a team of dedicated professionals who ensure that your dining experience is seamless and enjoyable. The Sandpiper offers a Bajan Buffet on Wednesdays and a BBQ on Sundays. Low key, live entertainment is featured 3 or 4 evenings in the summer and every evening in the winter.

Location: St. James Beach, St. James (246) 422-2251
Price Range: $26-$50 per person

West Coast

Piperade Restaurant: This charming open-air restaurant, located at The Fairmont Glitter Bay, is set against the majestic backdrop of the Caribbean Sea. Open daily, the award-winning Piperade is a well-established, family-oriented restaurant offering a wide variety of pastas, specialty salads, pizzas, sandwiches and great Caribbean-Mediterranean cuisine. The ambience is relaxed and welcoming for adults and children alike, whilst maintaining exceptionally high standards for food and service.

Location: The Fairmont Glitter Bay, St. James (246) 422-5555

West Coast

Palm Terrace: Located in the newly restored Fairmont Royal Pavilion Hotel, the Palm Terrace Restaurant has a relaxed, intimate style and features a breathtaking view of the Caribbean Sea. White Moorish arches, palm trees, and tropical plants compliment the magnificent open-air setting alongside a white powder beach. Guests can enjoy contemporary cuisine with Caribbean flair offering an unforgettable feast for the senses, created by Chef de Cuisine Michael Harrison--one of the most recognized Barbadian chefs. A blend of sophistication and casual elegance, Palm Terrace's intimate atmosphere creates a memorable dining experience four our guests.

Location: The Fairmont Royal Pavilion, St. James (246) 422-5555
Popular Dishes: Aged Peppered Beef Carpaccio with Parmesan Basket of Salad and Port Vinaigrette; Pan Seared Sea Scallops, Caramelized Mango and Asparagus Mango Essence; Poached Red Snapper, New Potatoes, Turned Zucchini, Tapenade and Sauce Makalah; Herb Crusted Beef Tenderloin, Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Asparagus, Red Wine Glazed shallots; Grilled Chicken Breast, Whipped Breadfruit, Avocado and Mango Salsa, Cilantro Oil

West Coast

Cafe Taboras: Café Taboras, located in the newly restored Fairmont Royal Pavilion, provides a perfect blend of exceptional food, casual atmosphere, and breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. Café Taboras is open for breakfast, lunch and some evenings for dinner. Beach and poolside refreshments, including enticing salads, sandwiches, and a variety of other appetizing bar snacks, give the Café a trendy Californian feel. In addition, it boasts some of the best seafood on the island, all created on an open grill. These spectacular features make Café Taboras a great place to dine on the West Coast.

Location: Fairmont Royal Pavilion, St. James (246) 422-5555

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