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Location:
Aquatic Gap
Cuisine Style:
Caribbean

Brown Sugar Restaurant

Barbados Restaurants

" Ask a Barbadian where you can find the very best in Barbados and Caribbean cuisine, and the answer is sure to be Brown Sugar Restaurant. "

Located just south of Bridgetown amidst the heritage charm of an old Barbadian home, BROWN SUGAR is famous for our sumptuous all-you-can-eat planter's buffet lunch with a grand display of local & Creole dishes. Our lush fern filled patios and cascading water gardens, together with the chirping of tree frogs, provide the perfect setting for an evening of casual yet elegant dining for the whole family.So be absolutely sure to make Brown Sugar part of your vacation on our Beautiful Island. We guarantee you a memorable Caribbean experience of fine and delicious dining. After your feast, you'll agree that Brown Sugar is the sweetest.

Our lush fern filled patios, cascading water gardens and the heritage charm of an old Barbadian home, provide the perfect setting for a warm unforgettable reception.

Treat your guests to a buffet or a la carte menu full of characteristically hearty and richly seasoned dishes, reflecting the culinary heritage of Our Island.

Located just south of Bridgetown amidst the heritage charm of an old Barbadian home, BROWN SUGAR is famous for our sumptuous all-you-can-eat planter's buffet lunch with a grand display of local & Creole dishes. Our lush fern filled patios and cascading water gardens, together with the chirping of tree frogs, provide the perfect setting for an evening of casual yet elegant dining for the whole family.So be absolutely sure to make Brown Sugar part of your vacation on our Beautiful Island. We guarantee you a memorable Caribbean experience of fine and delicious dining. After your feast, you'll agree that Brown Sugar is the sweetest.

Menu Samples - Prices in Barbados $

Fish & Seafood

OUR FAMOUS FRIED FLYING FISH
Lightly seasoned and crispy fried filets, served with a tartar sauce.
$36.00

PLANTAIN CRUSTED MAHI-MAHI DOLPHIN
Filet of Mahi-Mahi Dolphin coated with a blend of plantain chips and cornmeal,
sauteed and served with a plantain & pineapple chutney.
$52.00

CATCH OF THE DAY
Traditionally seasoned filet pan-fried, charbroiled, blackened or steamed.
$54.00

SPICED FISH FILET
Filet of seasonal fish stuffed with a crabmeat, baked and topped with
Cajun shrimp, served with a tamarind and coconut sauce.
$59.00

HERB CRUSTED SNAPPER
Filet of Red Snapper, coated in a blend of bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese and
herbs, Pan seared, baked and served with a white wine and caper sauce.
$59.00

BROILED LOBSTER TAILS
8-ozs of Caribbean lobster tails broiled au naturel & served with
fresh lime & drawn butter.
$89.00

CURRIED COCONUT SHRIMP
Large Guyana shrimp lightly simmered in a hearty coconut curry sauce.
$58.00

CHARBROILED SHRIMP
Grilled brochette of large Guyana shrimp, marinated in garlic,
lime and local herbs, with a seasonal fruit chutney.
$56.00

SEAFOOD MEDLEY
Fish, shrimp, and crabmeat baked au gratin in a delicious cheese
and white wine sauce.
$54.00

MARTIN'S CHOICE
A bountiful seafood platter with fried flying fish, broiled Mahi-Mahi Dolphin,
grilled shrimp & a stuffed crabback.
$68.00

All entrees served with a selection of local vegetables in season
& a choice of rice, oven-roasted potato, panfried
parsley potatoes or French Fries.

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Rated by MC on 09/12/10
Very disappointed that Opa was closed on the Wed Eve we had reservations (9/01) but our taxi driver took us to Brown Sugar and it was fabulous. This is my 18th trip to Barbados and returning early Dec. I love the Gap and Dover Beach at Divi. Although Divi does not do a great job with dinner, there are several restaurants in the Gap.

Rated by Bill Clavery on 06/20/10
This is the best restaurant in Barbados. I liked it so much I ate there 3 times in 4 days.

Rated by Maureen Hinds on 04/06/10
Just returned from Barbados and enjoyed my first visit to Brown Sugar. Excellent food, friendly atmosphere. My Guyanese travelling companion loved the pepperpot and it was nice to sit and chat over our meal without feeling hurried. Will certainly be going there in August when I return with my sons (teenagers).

Rated by Walter on 08/29/09
I thought Brown Sugar was over rated. Food was average and a little on the cool side. At the end they refused to credit me the full amount of the bill on the (Best of Barbadoes Visa Card). This was a SCAM and they wanted Cash. I will never go back o he Brown Sugar.

Rated by Yolanda Antonio on 01/02/08
It was my first time to Brown Sugar and I really enjoyed myself. The service was excellent and the food was delicious - would definately visit again next time I'm on the island!

Rated by C. Lum on 06/22/07
My family and I visted beautiful Barbados and ate at Brown Sugar twice. Service was friendly. The food was good although we agree with the other reviewer who said portions could be larger for the prices charged. But we sure liked the atmosphere and in general everything that we dined there twice! We hope to return.

Rated by Ramon Clarke on 02/07/07
Sometimes I feel a little bit more food for the amount of money paid would be nice...I have eaten there more than ten times before it was renovated

Rated by David Thorpe on 02/07/07
I have not been since it has been restored but looking forward to going there in Dec when I visit Barbados...must have some blackened swordfish/dolphin

Rated by Tiffany Lewis on 01/29/07
I love the island of Barbados. Each time I go I make it a point to visit Brown Sugar. It is the best way to experience the island's delicious cuisine in a unique tropical atmosphere. I highly recommend to all island visitors. Don't miss it!

Rated by Angie and Steve Leng on 01/06/07
We ate at this restaurnant in Dec 06 and it was excellent. The service and food was excellent and nothing was too much trouble. Have booked again for April 2007.
The Lengs

Rated by Charles on 12/26/06
Haven't been there for 14 years, but it was great when I last visited

Rated by Andrea Itano on 11/12/06
Excellent service, delicious food. Will definitely return. The flying fish roll and Barbadian hots starters were particularly good, as was the lamb curry.

Rated by Quinton & Zara De Santys on 04/13/06
We ate their twice during our holiday in Barbados, and the food and wine were fantastic. The service was excellent, and the restaurant was very busy -obviously very popular!!!

Rated by Mick and Anita Winter on 03/06/06
Went to this lovely restaurant for the Sunday lunch in Feb 06.The food was amazing and the staff could not be more helpful.We had our eighteen month grandaughter with us but it was no problem at all.We ate at Brown Sugar when it was in the Gap,much prefer its new location.Dont leave Barbados without going to this lovely restaurant.

Rated by Fred Bishop on 01/27/06
Terrible service, food at best tasteless. Had an excellent dinner there 3 years ago on returning in January 2006 it was a huge disappointment

Fred Bishop 27th January 2006

Rated by Anne Sullivan on 12/19/05
My husband and I dined at Brown Sugar many times over the years and always found the food, service, and ambience to be perfect. The last time we were in Barbados, we could not go there because it was closed after having had a fire. I am looking forward to dining again at Brown Sugar next week, when I will be in Barbados.

Rated by alex sutton on 12/07/05
I went to this restaurant with a couple of friends. We asked for the wine list but were refused on the grounds that it wasn't yet ready. However we were told that we could drink house wine by the glass. It was only when we recieved the bill that it was evident that this was a scam to charge in excess of $30 per glass for wine. Absolutely shocking in well known local restaurant. To add insult to injury the food and wine were not at all special. I would certainly not return to this place.

Rated by Jerry Hall on 01/21/05
Excellent restaurant; excellent food; excellent service.

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