It was our first night in Barbados and we asked the Radisson for a recommendation of a place for dinner close by. When we got to Brown Sugar we were seated in the back by the kitchen. It was like sitting in a dark alley...More
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We had a wonderful meal at Brown Sugar. We picked it because of reviews and it is walking distance to the Hilton. We had the flying fish and spiced fish filet. Both were very good. But the best part of the meal was the bread...More
This restaurant was the first one recommended by everyone we asked. After dining there we can understand why. It is a casual atmosphere, the menu had a great variety of offerings, and service was excellent.
It was a farewell lunch for a wok colleague. The service was great as we were afforded the privacy to bid our colleague farewell despite the fact that the restaurant was full. The food was very tasty and well prepared with a wide variety to...More
With so many restaurants to choose from on the south coast it says a whole lot when we went twice in 7 days. We really wanted the bread pudding the first time but were too full after our meal so we decided to return a...More
During our ten-day stay in Barbados, we never had a better meal, nor better service than our dinner at Brown Sugar. In addition, the atmosphere/ambiance was outstanding. I suspect anything on the menu would be well-prepared, and my spouse had the blackened Mahimahi and I...More
What I am quickly learning about Barbados is that well seasoned, overcook (but edible) fish is the norm here. My thin cut of Mahi-Mahi was seasoned nicely but cooked until it was too dry. The wife's Snapper (also seasoned nicely) was cooked perfectly on the...More