When your cruise ship docks in Bridgetown, get to know the foods that Barbadian locals like best on this walking food tour. Listen to your guide talk about the history of Bridgetown as you stroll through the city streets, stopping for local bites along the way.
All food and drink samples included
Learn about the culture and history of the UNESCO-listed Bridgetown
Guarantee on-time return to your ship, as the tour takes place very close to the port
We were given instructions on where to meet and how best to get there. We grabbed a cab at the port and he dropped us at the meeting point with no issues. Cost was $5Our tour guide arrived right on time and got us signed in and ready to go. For this tour there was 4 people total.Our first stop was Zadelle's for a meat pie and smoothie. Both very good. Next we stopped at Tim's Restaurant. There we were introduced to BBQ Pig's Tail...good, but messy and kind of weird when you got to the bone. From there we stopped at a farmers market for some home made Tamarind Juice...YUM! Next up was a food truck for Hot Legendary Fishcakes. Really good and spicy! Still tasting, we then went to Ryanne's for Bajan Soup and a timely water refill. We then had a quick stop at the Agapey Chocolate Factory before moving to our last stop: Mustor's Restaurant & Bar. There we had Flying Fish with a corn meal/okra cake in a curry sauce. I liked the fish, but not so much the okra cake. Also here, I tried the local Banks Beer. Good, refreshing and a nice end to our food tour.Our tour guide, Janelle was friendly and informative. Interspersing plenty of history along with the food stops. Over all I really enjoyed this tour and would certainly recommend it if you are looking for something beyond a beach day to do in Barbados.