Between the rocks of a jaw-dropping cliff, the flicker of torches and candelabras, and the sound of crashing waves, it’s hard to believe anyone remembers what’s actually on their plate when they dine here. But chef Paul Owen does an impressive job of reminding the guests—with his seafood-ruled menu of shrimp ravioli with pesto and tomato fondue, crab cakes in coriander cream, and fresh catch of the day.
Skeetes Hill, Bridgetown
There are breathtaking sea views all over Barbados, and still, the one at Champers feels special. With floor-to-ceiling glass windows lining the dining hall, waves practically crash on the floor. The food, a mix of seafood and meat infused with Caribbean flavors, includes shrimp and mango salad, crab crepes, and an upscale take on the local classic, Bajan fried flying fish. Don’t miss the art gallery upstairs, which features a selection of pieces for sale from the island’s local talent.