Although we didn't eat here, we had a great time drinking cocktails and watching the sun set. The bar was always busy and generated a great atmosphere
This place should not be serving food!! It reeks like a septic tank and is full of flies! Dont risk it!!
If you're looking for somewhere to watch all types of sport then this is the bar for you, reasonably priced beer although it reminded me more of being in a Brits abroad bar than being in Barbados we only ate breakfast there as the usual place was closed - the food was greasy and I wouldn't eat there again. If... More
Although Barbados has lots of nice beaches, beach bars are relatively few. Surfside is a "real" beach bar - satellite sports TV, good booze, good food and often good atmosphere, especially Sundays, when a live steel band is playing there. Only a couple of problems - one is that, for a beach bar, the prices are high (though, thank God,... More
Visited feb 2012 good value for money like good home cooking ideal for young & not so young alike great party atomsphere Sunday evenings well worth visit for low key dining excellent steaks & burger best on island
Leave the food out of it and you have an excellent and very friendly beach bar. The food is not worth paying for though- sorry!
Went for lunch here on our first day on the island, it was very quiet and we had a relaxed time. Cheeseburgers took an age to arrive but the waitress explained it was because they were so thick they took a long time to cook, she wasn't wrong but they were worth the wait! We returned on the Sunday night... More
Sports bar on the beach, often has steel band or other music at lunch/dinner. Attracts the sports fans for televised games so can get pretty crowded and noisy. The staff cope well with it all but the food is very average. Fine for a drink but there are better places to eat in the immediate area.
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