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Local food wonderfully prepared in a plantation house setting

Went for Sunday lunch (had to book a long time in advance). It felt like we were at a family... read more

Reviewed 29 February 2016
Expat Brit
Arrived to find it closed

Before we left the UK to go on holiday we booked a table to celebrate our anniversary for one... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2014
Trudy B
Chester, United Kingdom
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29 Feb 2016
“Local food wonderfully prepared in a plantation house setting”
17 Aug 2014
“Arrived to find it closed”
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Reviewed 29 February 2016

Went for Sunday lunch (had to book a long time in advance). It felt like we were at a family gathering and were the invited guests. The atmosphere was warm and welcoming, the food excellent - a really memorable experience.

Thank onon
Reviewed 17 August 2014

Before we left the UK to go on holiday we booked a table to celebrate our anniversary for one Sunday lunchtime last year . After spending ages trying to locate the house ( which is poorly sign posted ) we arrived to find it closed...More

5  Thank Trudy B
Reviewed 1 July 2014

This is our 4th time for Sunday lunch and John Chandler has created a wonderland where you can eat and drink amongst fabulous antiques. Ask him about them and he'll fascinate you. Best place on the island.

2  Thank Mmsrm
Reviewed 15 March 2014 via mobile

Fisherpond was highly recommended to us but we were disappointed. It wasn't helped that our visit took place on an unseasonably wet day so we couldn't look round the gardens. But we felt as if we were being rushed through the whole experience - which...More

1  Thank hotelharpy
Reviewed 15 March 2013

Nice traditional setting,family plantation house..could do with more road signage to help find it. Also not many if any local people there.

Thank Tonymort
Reviewed 21 February 2013

Lunch at Fisherpond is something you will not forget. Drinks in the garden with the parrots, lunch served on antique china and silver, surrounded by antiques from Sam Lord's Castle, crystal chandeliers, a piano playing in the background and the Bougainvillea on the table along...More

2  Thank NYSbeachgirl
Reviewed 11 November 2012

Fisherpond House Sunday lunch is a very special experience and I'm thankful that the owners open their home on Sunday's to provide their guests with an experience that gives great variety to living or visiting Barbados. The food is what a big bajan family might...More

3  Thank IslanderGirl
Reviewed 26 June 2012

Sunday brunch is well worth the trip, excellent value for money and a lovely experience. Food and ambiance is very a very special experience.

2  Thank MessymeSheffield
Reviewed 10 February 2012

My wife and I plus grown up children and partners went to Fisherpond House on the recommendation of friends who had eaten there in December. Finding the house is a challenge, even with the aid of map, but the adventure in reaching your destination only...More

3  Thank Thommo26021948
Reviewed 29 January 2012

Our family visited Fisher Pond today for lunch and had a great experience. We thoroughly enjoyed the property and the people. We started with drinks on the back patio- complete with lush greenery, orchids, and birds (caged). We moved inside the house and were able...More

2  Thank Karen432
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