Barbados In A Nutshell 2019 - 2020

153 Restaurant Guide Pig On De Rock “Good portions, great value!” The sweet taste of Bajan soul food has come to the west coast of the island with this funky joint dedicated to smoky pork delights, in a relaxed Rum Shop-style setting. Start off with their crispy fish cakes and move on to the ‘real deal’ – succulent, slow roasted pork in a variety of menu selections: Pig in a Box, Pig in a Bun, or just simply, Pig in Paper, or try their Hog Burger smothered in caramelized onions. Still hungry? There’s also rotisserie chicken, baby back ribs, spicy jerk chicken, and of course, Souse on Saturdays! The bar is fully loaded with liquor as well as slushy Rum Punch, Margaritas on tap and there is also a Prosecco Village. Open daily for lunch & dinner. Tel: 266 7675 Paynes Bay, St. James “Good food and great prices!” Just Grillin’ West offers some of the best value around. A great casual dining option, with meals ranging in price from US$8.50–$22, the menu features a selection of up to 5 varieties of fresh fish daily. Many agree it is among the tastiest grilled fish to be had on the island. Other selections from the grill include shrimp, steak, spare ribs, chicken and burgers, served with your choice of any two delicious side orders including Caesar salad, coleslaw, grilled vegetables or potatoes. Ready-to-go salads and take-away service also available. Open Mon–Sat 11:30am–10pm Sun 5:30–10pm Tel: 432 5410 Sunset Crest, Holetown, St. James new