A great stop while touring the wild off the beaten path of Barbados. On Saturday order Souse at all times grilled fish and macaroni pie.
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We had a typical Bajan-style lunch here during our tour with Glory Tours. The food was great. Flying fish was fried to perfection. I didn't really like the potato salad though, but everything else was great.
Had a lovely little pit stop here after stopping at Bathsheba up the coast. Grilled fish was spot on and the beer was cold. Had my first experience of Bajan hot sauce here too - that stuff is well named but perfectly delicious and I...More
On a tour around tge island our driver dropped us off here for a meal. Just choice. The staff were friendly the meal was local and delicious , the beer cold and the " facilities" were clean and functional. I had flying fish Cathy had...More
Visited Bathsheba and noticed this was mentioned on a local map. Lots of tables under the shade inside and out. Dish of the day and local dishes. We all enjoyed the food which was fresh and not expensive. I especially loved the mash potato and...More
I just recommended this place to a friend who is in Bdos right now. When I and my partner were there we stopped regularly at Sand Dunes for a big plate of delicious Bajan lunch and a few Banks beers. My partner who had never...More
Our tour stopped at this quaint eatery on the east coast for lunch, and I was quite pleased - very speedy service, a nice variety of main dishes (including a vegetarian option). A fun location and a nice lunch just when we needed it. My...More
We ate lunch at the Sand Dunes while touring with a guide in Barbados. It's definitely off the beaten path for tourists and offers traditional island food. My wife and I both had the flying fish, which came with rice/peas, macaroni pie, and salad. The...More
Absolutely great "local" lunch here in a totally unassuming very local-attended restaurant. Fast, friendly truly "Bajan" place.