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We visited Oistins on the recommended Friday night as they have some gift stalls and entertainment on a stage with dancers and music.
It gets very busy and we were here out of season but well worth a visit and nice fresh fish and chips...More
Arrive early if you’re going, head down along the pier to see the turtles where locals are feeding them and watch the sunset - stunning
The locals will really push you to eat in their place so be ready for it
The food was ok...More
It has a nice lively atomsphere with people dancing and old reggae music playing from all angles. The food was..ok... The stall we ate from (forgotten the name) basically ran out of most menu options by 9pm, so I guess the trick is to go...More
Like everyone else we ventured to Oistin's. We took a local taxi which is $1 USpp. We arrived during the early evening so the most activity we saw was eating and people walking around. There are many many food vendors to choose from.
I had heard a lot about the Oistin’s fish fry and it didn’t disappoint. The flying fish was the best I had in Barbados, and combined with a couple of Banks beer and macaroni pie it was sublime. Lots of tourists but lots of Bajans...More
I was on the Island off season. So there were less tourist. All of them were at Oistin's when I went. So were the locals. (LOL) I can't imagine this place when the Island is full of tourists. Shoulder to shoulder people. We went to...More
on a friday if your are near oisting, you should go and eat at the friday fish fry, try to go arly because it can get busy. The food is pretty good, but get ready to wait, wait and wait. tips of the evenings order...More
We were told by various people that this is a must do when visiting Barbados and, when first driving by, we weren't convinced. However, we gave it a go and so pleased that we did. Felt like a real taste of Barbados.
We went on...More
If you fancy a night life and glimpse of bajan music and food! This is the place to be!
Friday night go to pats and have some nice mahi mahi (dolphin but not real dolphin).
Reggae/ carribean music
Shopping for souvenirs and arts are available...More