As local as local gets, this open-air, waterfront beach bar (a former rum shop) is built on stilts a stone's throw from the Speightstown fish market. For years, fishermen and other locals have come here for the inexpensive, authentic Bajan lunch buffet. For $10 or so you can soak up the atmosphere and fill your plate with fried flying fish, stewed chicken or pork, curried goat or lamb, pepper pot, macaroni pie, fried plantain, peas and rice, sweet potatoes, cou-cou, and crisp green salad. Eat inside or on the deck. And on Wednesday nights, you can also dance—or simply listen—to catchy steel pan or calypso music. (Whether dinner is served varies from season to season, so call ahead.)
Queen St., Speightstown, St. Peter, Barbados
Dec 3, 2011
Fisherman's Pub was wonderful, we ate there twice during our 1 week stay in Barbados! Junior , the owner was fantastic he really made us feel welcome, as did the rest of the staff. The food was to die for, the Macaroni pie was some of the best that I had while on the island and the view is amazing. We will definitely be back!!! Again and again.