10 Affordable Restaurants in Barbados

There are restaurants to suit every taste and budget in Barbados. But if you’re looking for more affordable places to eat, look no further than these popular restaurants located around the island.

  1. Cuz’s Fish Shack, Bridgetown

This local, family-owned business is known for having the best fish sandwich (fish cutter) in Barbados! Featuring grilled fish sandwiches and cold Banks beers on the menu, this is the ideal lunch pitstop. Waterfront positioning makes it popular with tourists and locals alike.

  1. Sand Dollar Café, Dover Beach

Enjoy seafood in street-food style, with generous servings at this popular cafe. Fresh salads are a highlight, as is the special-order lobster. Run by friendly locals, the café caters for every meal of the day and offers a laidback, beachside atmosphere.

  1. Sand Dunes Bar and Restaurant, Belleplaine

This is an East Coast gem which makes the ideal lunch stop on a guided tour as it’s off the beaten track for tourists. With both inside and outside eating, popular dishes include seafood with Bajan hot sauce, stews and macaroni pie. Known for fresh food and fast service, visit for an authentic Bajan experience.

  1. Irie Foods, Oistins

The father and son team behind Irie pride themselves on authentic Jamaican cuisine with generous servings. This is a great restaurant for dinner with rave reviews for its jerk chicken and curried dishes. You can even buy your own bottle of jerk sauce to take home!

  1. Ackee Tree Restaurant, Hastings

Ackee Tree Restaurant is renowned for their one-pound rotis, which are made to order with a large variety of fillings. This restaurant is just as popular with locals as tourists because of its authentic Caribbean fare. Vegetarian friendly, it’s just a short walk from Accra Beach.

  1. The ArtSplash Centre Café, Hastings

The café is open from breakfast through to lunch and is child-friendly. It’s ideal for those who favour clean and healthy eating. Try one of their acai bowls with a fresh juice. The cafe also has a gallery which features local artists, making for a beautiful and interesting backdrop to your meal.

  1. Wendy’s Sports Bar, Bridgetown

If you prefer the pub experience, then Wendy’s won’t see you wrong. Great atmosphere, food, drinks, a view of the hills and Friday night karaoke. Drop in for a party atmosphere on game days. It’s a suitable restaurant for larger groups, and open from breakfast through to dinner.

  1. Ju Ju’s Beach Bar and Restaurant, Holetown

Ju Ju’s is a cosy restaurant with great beachside views. Decidedly no-frills, it makes the perfect spot for lunch after a few hours on the beach. Enjoy their burgers, shrimp, chips and cold drinks, including homemade lemonade. You can even enjoy your food at a small table right on the sand.

  1. Mustor’s Restaurant, Bridgetown

Mustor’s offers buffet-style dining and is known for serving some of the best flying-fish in classic Bajan style. With seating on the balcony, you’ll find you’re dining among locals. You can also pick up a fish cutter (sandwich) for a snack on the go.

  1. The Balcony Restaurant, Bridgetown

Primarily offering fish and barbequed chicken for lunch, this makes a great stop for refreshment while shopping inside the Cave Shepherd Department Store. Seating on the balcony itself allows you to overlook the busy heart of Bridgetown. Watch the world go by while you’re enjoying local cuisine with the locals.

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