Pre-booking is essential for this eatery. It's understandable once you've experienced it - the atmosphere is friendly with excellent service matched with superlative food. The position, perched up and away from street level is great for people watching. As the evening unfolds you watch folks promenading the gap, searching for a good restaurant - not realizing that you the viewer are already sitting in it. I had a flying fish starter - tasty fillets stacked on a Caesar salad followed by grilled mahi mahi (the Caribbean's staple fish). The seasoning (spicy) was perfect as was the cooking of the fish itself. The menu was extensive offering everything from steaks and other meats to a whole variety of local caught fish. The puddings looked great too but we had to pass on this occasion. We intended a return visit when we passed through Barbados again on our way home but events prevented us from doing so. However, the Harlequin is on the top of the list (with Champers) for a dinner or two next year.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.