Owners Robert and Gail Manley oversee the menu for guests staying in their inn, tourists enjoying the east coast, and Bajans dining out. The lunch menu—served on the deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean—includes homemade soups and quiches, sandwiches, salads, and pasta. Dinner choices—served in the moonlight—extend from shrimp scampi, oven-baked dolphin steak, or grilled flying-fish fillet to baked ham, sirloin steak, or homemade pasta specials. Some people come just for the flying-fish pâté. Rolls and breads (whether for sandwiches or dessert), along with apple and coconut pies, are personally made by the owners. The Round House is an ocean-facing manse-turned-inn built in 1832. From the outdoor dining deck, the view of ocean waves smashing on the rugged coastline is mesmerizing. In the off-season (May–September), the restaurant closes early (4–5 pm) unless dinner reservations are made in advance.
Bathsheba, St. Joseph, Barbados