Top 3 Seafood food in Barbuda, Caribbean

January 12, 2020 Myesha Cogley

Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Barbuda, Caribbean including Uncle Roddy's, Outback, It's a Bit Fishy
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1. Uncle Roddy's

Ocean Drive Coral Group Bay beach Barbuda Barbuda Caribbean, Seafood, Jamaican Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Full Bar, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Wine and Beer, Digital Payments, Cash Only, Free Wifi, Reservations, Serves Alcohol, Table Service +1 268-722-3050 http://www.uncleroddys.com
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5 based on 69 reviews

Uncle Roddy's

We are sorry to say that Uncle Roddys restaurant has been badly damaged due to Hurricane Irma that passed over the Island Sept 5th and 6th 2017 and will be closed until further notice . We are hoping for a speedy recovery for the island of Barbuda that wa

Reviewed By pauldwit

This is about as authentic Caribbean food and surroundings you could wish for. Gorgeous location on a quiet beach. Tremendous food, we had lobster which was generous in size and beautifully cooked. Kelcina and her team were great hosts and there was a good mix of company to make it a memorable evening. Laid back vibe and good times. If you can, go there

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2. Outback

Low Bay, Codrington Barbuda Caribbean, Seafood, Australian Lunch Seating, Reservations +1 268-721-3280
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5 based on 17 reviews

Outback

Reviewed By countrycountrylady

This was a highlight of our trip . I loved the little boat ride over from coding ton and loved the beautiful beach at the outback. I felt like I had died and gone to heaven.

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3. It's a Bit Fishy

River Road, Codrington Barbuda American, Caribbean, Seafood [email protected] +1 268-783-8073 http://www.itsabitfishy.com
It's a Bit Fishy

Reviewed By BonefishZen

Renovated and open after four years of hard work by the owners Rosalind and Speedy, It’s a Bit Fishy is the perfect island restaurant, the design, layout, staff, atmosphere, drinks, food, everything. It is one of my favorite places.The food is fantastic; the catch of the day is in fact caught that day. Speedy grills the best lobster, insisting that it’s not only the ingredients but the sequence that you apply them. Ollice in the kitchen is a magician, concocting superb dishes using simple ingredients. Everything on the menu is great, and you should go back again and again.The drinks are great, Afiya and Zander whip up excellent drinks like some of the best mojitos south Havana, rum and ginger (or coconut water) and lest we forget the legendary rum punch. Be careful or the punch will sucker punch you, as it can be pretty powerful.Overall Rosalind and Speedy have created a special place, one not to be missed and reason enough to make the trip to Barbuda. When you go, call a head for a table, so Rosalind can get things set up for you and when you see Rosalind, ask if she is living the dream. She will probably say no as she is running around making the magic happen, but deep down, I know she is.

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