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Didn't eat but the food looked amazing. Good service, had the rum punch (which packed a punch) which was plenty enough for six. Will come back for lunch and or dinner.
The scenery over looking the sea was beautiful.
We went to the new Top Deck and were underwhelmed to say the least. I'd read some hype about the chef being very good but it was the most disappointing meal we had. It was the most expensive meal we had too! I had the...salted fish with roasted sweet potatoes and was hugely disappointed. I didn't spot any fish, the sweet potatoes were hard and there were loads of them. I don't know what the rest of the things were in the dish because they were trying to be something they weren't! My son had to have something to eat when he got home because it wasn't enough. All of our dishes had a bright green (think crème de menthe) liquid in them which didn't add anything at all apart from a bright greenness! I'm sure it would suit some people but it wasn't for us.More
We had a wonderful day at the New Top deck , which is still being renovated . great views on the best beech on the island . The new celebrity master chef has just taken over and his food was excellent. Plenty of water sports...on hand on that stretch of the beech. highly recommended . its next to the lone star, but not lone star pricesMore
Absolutely love this little beach bar. It’s right next to Lone Star Hotel (which is also fab) but the food here is just fantastic- I recommend the bajan fish cakes which are some of the best on the island. The macaroni pie is also amazing....Such a great atmosphere and the perfect spot for a cocktail or lunch whilst on the beach!More
We spent time here every single day! The mango daiquiris and the fish balls were amazing! As well as their fried fish! People are fantastic to chat with, live music at night is lovely and the snorkeling out in the ocean is beautiful.
Santi's is not what it once was. Food was OK. Not easy access for anyone with a walking problem. I was disappointed, 2 years ago it was a happening place. The tables are too high for the chairs. I hope it improves, it is a...perfect location, with wonderful views, and a great beach!More
Response from planemad50 | Reviewed this property |
We went in May. It’s pretty quiet and most places close about 9pm, but from what I’ve heard it stays open later during the peak season, this is why we tend to go to Barbados between May and early November, it’s not as busy.