The food was amazing, portions were huge and they were the best strawberry margaritas I’ve ever had!
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This is predominately full of locals, with a few tourists who are willing to drive or walk just two blocks off the main road. Their fish is so much better than anything at Oistins. They are cash only. The staff and owners are super friendly...More
Shakers is a great restaurant, with lovely ambience, and food - catering to visitors on the island and the local residents. This was my first time to the restaurant, and I was not disappointed. I will definitely be visiting again.
Shakers always a great dinner Wes and his staff are the bomb big hi to Jenn. Have to have blackened anything Seriously Hope to be dinning once again in APRIL
We have been visiting Barbados yearly for 28 yrs. Its a beautiful island with much diversity in the way of living, the haves & have nots, good restaurants, good attitudes, bad restaurants, bad attitudes. Why some restaurants get the reviews they do, I suspect the...More
We arrived, it was packed we had booked and we were seated quickly, as usual it was so delicious, the place had a great atmosphere, we love shakers , food and the staff , great value we will be back .
Had a lovely meal here one evening. The weather was really bad and we got lost, but were talked in to the restaurant by the owner over the phone. The food was great, the staff really friendly despite us being late, the food was a...More
Well out of the way, found this place by accident. We went with friends and it's brilliant. Greeted with a smile and shown to our table....absolutely need to book (even in off season) Drinks came quickly and the food ordered. I had the Steak with...More
We have been on a 2 week holiday and decided to visit Shakers for our last nights meal, we ordered a table for 7:30 and I must be honest we was 10 minutes last. On our arrival it appears they gave our table to someone...More
Visited this place in March 2018 and had the most succulent rib platter. They were not only seasoned to perfection but were also melting right off of the bone. The location and outward appearance was quaint and resembled a mashup between a Caribbean cottage and...More