Feast Your Eyes on Barbados
Food is always at the centre of every community and Barbados is no exception. The island’s culinary history is steeped in centuries of European, African and Asian influence that is as versatile as it is diverse. Along the way, the island has put itself on the map with inventions such as our national dish, cou-cou and flying fish, and the discovery of the humble but delicious grapefruit, also known as the forbidden fruit.
So it should come as no surprise that Barbados never disappoints when it comes to local cuisine. Many who frequent the award-winning restaurants on the island often find their taste buds delighted by the exciting gastronomic creations. Both the upscale west coast and the easygoing south coast are home to many fine establishments that offer the ultimate ambience for dining.
One such place is the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre in Holetown! This foodie’s paradise has several dining options around the Water Courtyard and dotted throughout the centre. With everything from pizza parlours to penthouse dining, you’ll be sure to be impressed by the wide variety of choices.