Barbados Travel Guide

Barbados Restaurants

Brown Sugar

  • Aquatic Gap Map It
  • Garrison
  • Caribbean
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 01/13/2017

Fodor's Review

Set back from the road in a traditional Bajan home, the lattice-trimmed dining patios here are filled with ferns, flowers, and water features. Brown Sugar is a popular lunch spot for local businesspeople, who come for the nearly 30 delicious local and creole dishes spread out at the all-you-can-eat, four-course Planter's Buffet lunch ($29.50). Here's your chance to try local specialties such as flying fish, cou-cou, buljol, souse (pickled pork, stewed for hours in broth), fish cakes, and pepper pot. In the evening, the à la carte menu has dishes such as fried flying fish, coconut shrimp, plantain-crusted mahimahi, curried lamb, filet mignon, broiled pepper chicken, and seafood or pesto pasta. Bring the kids—there's a special children's menu with fried chicken, fried flying-fish fingers, and pasta dishes. Save room for the warm pawpaw (papaya) pie or Bajan rum pudding with rum sauce.

Restaurant Information


Aquatic Gap, Garrison, St. Michael, Barbados

Map It



Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch Sat.

Published 01/13/2017


Book A Trip



  • CARS

Map View

What's Nearby

  • Restaurants
  • Sights
  • Hotels

See all restaurants in Barbados