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RE: Costs?« Reply #1 on: January 18 2007 11:01:00 »
Cost of all foods is slightly more in the supermarkets than UK. Restaurants anything from at the top £65 per head at the cliff to an average of £11-£20 at say one of the st lawrence gap restaurants. Some local bars maybe £8 for one plate of food and of course there are plenty of road side bars that cook chicken or fish on a grill for cheap money (for locals anyway) which can be very good.
Local banks beer average £1.30 275ml bottle in bars(8 for £2.30ish in supermarket) and spirits reasonable especially rum. wine is a bit more £2.50-£3.50 a glass (£5.50 upwards a bottle in super market)
Lastly lots of fish markets all around island At Bridgetown its about £1.50-£2.00 per LB with bone but they will fillet it for you and give you the head to boot cos you pay for that aswell.
RE: Costs?« Reply #2 on: December 16 2007 13:12:00 »
I realize it is an old post... But for all the others some very useful tips on how to save some $ when buying food in Barbados. www.about-barbados.com According to that link Barbados is an expensive destination.
I am planing to go there in fbruary.