Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Oistins. Oistins (Pronounced /'ȯis-tins/ -- UN/LOCODE: BB OST), is a coastal area located in the country of Barbados. Situated centrally along the coastline of the parish of Christ Church, Through Statutory Instrument (S.I) 1984 No. 141, Road Traffic Act, CAP. 295, ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATIONS, and under Schedule Section # 6: The Boundaries of Bridgetown, Speightstown, Holetown and Oistin are cited as follows: 4) "Oistins: The section of Highway 7 from its junction with Cane Vale Road to its junction with Keizer Hill Road." The area operates mostly as a fishing village and a tourist hang out, containing a collection of bars, rumshops, and shopping centers.
Things to do in Oistins
4 based on 168 reviews
Contemporary food with a Bajan twist. Great food and cocktails in a friendly cafÃ©-style outdoor setting. "Sea Ya" at Dover Beach
Everything curry here is fantastic! Had the chicken a couple of times, fish, best macaroni pie...Cooking was a bit inconsistent as one night was so salty - so be mindful if cutting back on salt. Excellent food at great prices though. Fun outdoor atmosphere for casual evening.
4 based on 294 reviews
Oistins is extremely popular on a Friday evening with both tourists and locals, with lots of entertainment, craft stalls and a large number of restaurants, we were lucky to find a table at Pat's place, which was highly recommended and we were lucky to miss the very long queue that soon built up after we were seatedA great atmosphere and we didn't mind the wait for food , which was really first class and a very very good size, everybody tried different fish meals and all were impressed. We ate there a couple of days later , no queues but again excellent food but lacked the busy Friday night atmosphere
4 based on 2582 reviews
We have been holidaying in Barbados since 2004 and Harlequin has become one of our favourite restaurants, especially when we have stayed in St Lawrence Gap. But let me assure you it is worth coming from farther afield to enjoy the food here. While eating there a fleet of taxis turned up from a distant hotel with I guess 20 people booked in.This year we were staying at The South Gap Hotel, so we had about 10 metreâs walk, which explains why we ate there a lot.Over the years, we have never had a bad meal at Harlequin and their standard is high. We have found them to provide a food experience better than the top rated restaurants in Barbados.If you are undecided ask the waitress they were never wrong.Angela was our waitress on each visit and she needs a special mention.If you were running a top school for waitressing she would be the Headmistress or senior lecturer, she was just perfect in every way.Thank you Angela from both of us.
4 based on 1138 reviews
Cafe Luna, the award-winning restaurant on the rooftop of Little Arches Hotel, boasts one-of-a-kind panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea in a Mediterranean-style al fresco setting. One of the most romantic restuarants in Barbados, Cafe Luna offers individ
This restaurant is a bit out of the way, but was really impressed with the service. Our waiter went through the menu thoroughly, and even provided us with drink recommendations. We had a BBQ meal and loved the Terra Cotta vibe of the surrounding. Truly a favourite spot during our vacation in Barbados.
4 based on 420 reviews
Mr. Delicious Snack Bar is #1 for DELICIOUS bajan food and drinks! Here you can find the best fishcakes. Flying fish cutters and rum punch in Barbados as well as lots of other local cuisine. For over 36 years on Miami Beach near to Oistins town. FIVE TIPS
We decided to visit Mr Delicious having seen this on Ainsley Harriott's recent series in the Caribbean. We were staying at Bouganvillia and it took us around 30 to 40 minutes' gentle stroll to reach Enterprise Beach. It cost about $24 for two rum punches, two fish cutters and two fishcakes. We were both a little bit disappointed with the fish cutters which came out quite flat and with not much fish in them. However we were pleasantly surprised by the fish cakes which were recommended to us whilst queuing up. It was a nice experience but not quite sure it was worth the trek but if you're on the beach it's not a bad place to stop.
4 based on 1059 reviews
A small fishing Harbour at the end of the South Coast Oistins has become a local institution and is the number 1 spot to be on a Friday night in Barbados. You will find dozens of little stalls selling the catch of the day served with whatever sides you want, the mac&cheese my personal favorite. Drinks are normally available too or you can goto one of the many little bar stalls. Whatâs makes this so much fun is the amount of locals that come out with there familyâs to relax chat and eat with there friends. You can often end up at a long bench with a load of tourists /locals and everyone gets on! As the night goes on a sing sing/party normally starts on the bandstand area and can be very entertaining. Itâs not just open on Friday nights, you can go any other night and enjoy a much calmer experience.
4 based on 944 reviews
Surfer's Cafe is an awesome restaurant with a very laid back atmosphere, cool vibes and rustic charm, located opposite Massy Supermarket on the western edge of Oistins. From our balcony, guests can enjoy unrestricted views of the beautiful Oistins Bay, th
We came here Friday night, after going to Oistins and leaving early. The place has a good feel to it and it is right on the beach. I can imagine it could be really good in there. The food was good, my burger was good. What let it down was the service, we were pretty much left on our own and not asked how things were, if we wanted more drinks etc. It wasn't even busy, the staff just looked quite bored and disinterested.
4 based on 507 reviews
After reading a lot of reviews we arrived about 16.15 we walked passed a lot of people trying to get us to eat. We just asked for uncle George we were not disappointed the fish was lovely and so was the company Charles from Boston,Rolph from Germany and Fiona from Scotland although the last two have resided in Barbados for a number of years. It was great conversation great food and great night waitresses were friendly. Advise you to go early as you best the rush
4 based on 587 reviews
Food was great, we went on Wednesday at around 4:30 PM. Roger was friendly and took great care of us; even showed us out to the pier to look at turtles and found us a cab back to our hotel.
4 based on 185 reviews
In Loving Memory of my Grandma Mrs. Frederica Osborne B.C.H JP sunrise 16th October 1931 sunset 18th March 2010. In Loving Memory of my Loving Mum Mrs. Angela Crawford B.C.H JP Sunrise 8th September 1948 Sunset 14th October 2018 Both Gran and Mum would re
We ate here following the great trip advisor reviews and was not disappointed !! After 5 days in Barbados we all agreed that this was by far the best food we had eaten! The service was also really friendly and atmosphere great ( we visited on a Friday evening) ! We will be back next Friday :-)
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