Speightstown /ˈspaɪts.taʊn/ SPYTS-town, also known as Little Bristol, is the second largest town centre of Barbados. It is situated 12 miles (19 km) north of the capital city of Bridgetown, in the northern parish of Saint Peter.
Things to do in Speightstown
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Had the scallops starter which was delicious and different fish options as mains. Good sized portions and we could not manage a sweet but sat and savoured the view for an hour or so over a glass of wine - the restaurant is by the sea and one looks over the lights of the bay as well as catching sight of the liners coming from And going to
Bridgetown. Service is efficient and
4.5 based on 137 reviews
At the heart of Cobblers Cove and in a culinary league all of its own, the Camelot Restaurant offers island-inspired, delicious modern cuisine with a distinct Bajan twist. Recently awarded the highly-coveted 'Restaurant of the Year' award by the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association, The Camelot is recognised for creative gourmet cuisine and impeccable restaurant service. Under the direction of Michael Harrison, the only Barbados-born Executive Chef cooking in a 5 star setting on the island, Chef Michael trained under Michel Roux Jr. At Le Gavroche in London, before working at a number of world-renowned restaurants and returning home to Cobblers Cove in 2012. The Chef and his team source as many of their ingredients as possible from local farmers and fishermen, to make sure only the freshest, most flavourful ingredients are used to bring the true taste of the island to Camelot guests. Cobblers Cove's reputation for excellence in cuisine has earned the hotel its much coveted 5 star recognition from the prestigious Relais & Chateaux group, whose emphasis on food and wine has set the culinary bar at the highest level.
Excellent and delicious food in a great setting. Very attentive service and fresh ingredients cooked with style.
4 based on 97 reviews
Reliable Chinese food, with a slight Bajan flare. There is a small restaurant and a bar area, but we use it for delicious takeaways. You can call and order in advance. Very reasonable prices and decent portions, all freshly cooked.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Since February 2014 Nishi is under the ownership of Paul Edwards, one of the founders of Nishi and Steve Prebble a UK entrepreneur who lives in Barbados. Nishi incorporates a funky outdoor dining area and bar where you can dine under the stars, air-conditioned dining watching our famous sushi chefs and a private dining area. We are family friendly offering everything from great sushi to homemade British pies and an early evening takeaway service.
Stylish courtyard setting. Nice change from waterfront dining. Good food. I particularly enjoyed the fish pie. Perfect comfort food after boat cruise. Girlfriend enjoyed her sushi bento box. Certainly worth a visit when in Barbados. The owner Paul quite clearly cares about the guests and his team worked hard to make it a good meal.
4.5 based on 810 reviews
Come to Fisherman's Pub and meet Clement "Junior" (proprietor)and our friendly staff. This family owned local restaurant has been in existence since 1937. We are located in the heart of Speightstown in the north of island. We offer tasty and affordable authentic Bajan dishes (cafeteria style) in a relaxed and casual setting. We can seat 80 persons indoors and 44 outdoors on the deck. Our business hours are Sun - Sat 11 am - 6:00 pm (kindly book for groups of 6 or more) we serve lunch until 4:00 pm. Join us for dinner (Tue - Sat) in the months of mid Nov - April from 6:00 - 9:00 pm (reservations preferred) as we close early on slow nights. We do open on public holidays (including Christmas Day) 11 am - 4 pm. We do cater to private functions on or off site, and you can also rent the Pub by the hour! Our motto. "Good food, Better prices, Best service!" Our slogan "Get hooked on us!"...Look out for our "new" but still rustic look coming soon!!
You pay by item on your plate, we never paid more than $20 BBD for a plate of food. Flying fish, Marlin, Fried Chicken, Macaroni Pie, Rice and Peas, Bread Fruit, Plantain etc. etc. all washed down with Banks beer and a view out over the Caribbean...nice!
4.5 based on 531 reviews
We visited this restaurant on a number of occasions for breakfast and lunch during our holiday. Good simple food, well made and served by very nice people and fairly priced. We always enjoyed it and would recommend.
4.5 based on 502 reviews
Island Plates is a lovely Cafe in Town Square, Speightstown, St. Peter (The Mall is located opposite Jordan's Supermarket). It is run by local sisters Pat and Marie. Food is prepared to order and the cafe serves up fresh local juice, hearty salads, hot baguettes, good stuff for the sweet tooth and a variety of pastas, fish dishes, homemade curries and homemade quiches to name a few.Vegans, Vegetarians, Gluten-Free meals are offered here as well. You can do takeaways, sit in or sit on the outdoor decking. Whatever you decide, you will be greeted and served with a warm smile and attentive, friendly staff.Island Plates. Fresh Food. It's in the Delivery!
Warm and friendly. Always make a lovely latte. Good breakfasts and local food for lunch or dinner. A slightly hidden delight!!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Fantastic restaurant overlooking the sea, with excellent lobster. Can't believe no-one has reviewed it before!
Keep saying we are going to visit, so this year we went for lunch. Booked online which was easy and had a confirmation email back. As we walked there we got there a bit early but didn’t have to wait for the table, which was...MoreThanks for your review. We are so glad you finally made it and that your experience was what it was hoped for. We look forward to welcoming you back.
4 based on 932 reviews
Jumas restaurant is located on the beautiful Speightstown Bay. Our ground floor deli and beach Terrace are open every day from 9am, serving full English breakfast and a wide variety of lunch options including home made burgers, baguettes, and local favourites like black belly lamb curry and flying fish with hand cut chips. Our first floor restaurant has fabulous views of the beach and is open daily from 12 - 3pm for lunch and 6 - 9pm for dinner. On Sundays we have live music from talented local artist Alexander Mills (2 - 4pm). We offer complimentary beach loungers and umbrellas for our guest's use and complimentary transport from anywhere on the west coast (evenings only)> We are able to cater for large groups, weddings, parties, etc.
Nothing but praise for Jumas, fantastic food and staff. I notice people have mentioned poor service in some reviews.........chill everyone relax and get used to Bajan time... there is no rush when your on holiday.Prices were great for great food and waiters and waitresses were all extremely helpful.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
13/59 Restaurant and Bar Lounge at Port Ferdinand, Fine Cuisine, Fine Ambiance and Fine Prices. Take a journey on the French Riviera and discover authentic French Cuisine with a meditterannian twist. Open Tuesdays to Sundays from 5PM to 9 PM. Experience intimate dockside dining for two or a private dining experience for large parties. 13/59 Restaurant and Bar Lounge at Port Ferdinand welcomes you.
Worst experience we have had in Barbados! Arrive 6:45 for reservation: we were the only ones there. Seated we had to ask for napkins. Waitstaff did not ask about drinks, was not knowledgeable about food. Expected we order before drink order. Place sooooo dark could not see food. My entree supposed to come with wild rice when I said something they brought white rice! Food was ice cold. So dark could not see to pick up with fork. Shrimp tasted liked cooked hours ago. We stopped at Lone Star on way back to hotel for real dinner.
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