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Olde Barbados

On Baxter's Road you can find small shops with a taste of olde Barbados. Simple local foods like... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2012
Ian G
Edmonton, Canada
Fish !

Similar to Oistins,great fish,great atmosphere and a little bit cheaper too.

Reviewed 8 May 2012
Ron C
Manchester, United Kingdom
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“fried fish”(6 reviews)
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Reviewed 29 June 2012

Baxter's Road need to improve to compete with Oistins Fish Fry!

3  Thank Clement A
Reviewed 8 May 2012

On Baxter's Road you can find small shops with a taste of olde Barbados. Simple local foods like fried fish or chicken and a cold Banks or rum drink.

4  Thank Ian G
Reviewed 8 May 2012

Similar to Oistins,great fish,great atmosphere and a little bit cheaper too.

1  Thank Ron C
Reviewed 24 April 2012

this is where i could go any hour in the night to get my jerk chicken or for those that eat Fish

1  Thank WyntersPark
Reviewed 17 March 2012

In the last twenty years, I have been too a lot of places to eat in Barbados and i just cant be bothered to review them because nothing matches the authentic taste of barbados than Baxters road and eating proper bajan food, at night, in...More

4  Thank FamilyKing
Reviewed 11 February 2012

If you want to flash back to the yester year Barbados take a stroll along baxters road and take in the buildings then compair this to photos in historical places around the island . It is one of the few real scenes of old Barbadiana...More

5  Thank BdsSunshine
Reviewed 6 February 2012

Nothing quite like fried fish after a few drinks. This area of town is a little rough. I suggest going in a group

2  Thank Barefoot_in_Barbados
Reviewed 30 January 2012

Its dirty and full of druggies and drop outs Was good once but Oistins on a friday is now a much better option.

3  Thank wingingthrone
Reviewed 21 March 2008

when all the shops have closed in Bridgetown and all the cruise ships have left Baxters Road opens up, with a host of small little rum shops and places to eat and music from every corner, a fun place to be, but i prever Oistens...More

10  Thank caribglobetrotter
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Response from Halkidis | Reviewed this property |
Lively Road, especially night time. I'm not sure if it's Christ Church or St. James, I would say St. Michael, but I'm not sure. Depends which end of the Road you are going, but it's only about 2-3 km's = 1,5-2 miles from... More
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Response from Laurence P | Reviewed this property |
Quite active late at night.