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PEG Farm and Nature Reserve

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PEG Farm and Nature Reserve

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Thomas F wrote a review Dec 2020
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This should be on your itinerary...excellent food, locally sourced and prepared by talented chefs. The open air farmhouse cafe, with hilltop breezes, is just marvelous. And walking the grounds afterwards is recommended...you may just decide to camp out one night after seeing how lovely the campgrounds are, with their cliff views of the east coast. US visitors and others used to speedy service may find the service a bit slow, but you're on vacation, right?
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jennifer R wrote a review Dec 2020
Tucson, Arizona162 contributions104 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our morning here! The restaurant is beautiful, airy with nice views, and the food was delicious. After contacting Paul ahead of time, we decided to have breakfast first and then do a guided tour of the farm. It was a 2 hour tour that took us all over - beautiful views, info about farming, and then lots of animals! I don't think I've ever seen so many piglets - only about a month old! Beautiful walk around and very kid friendly to explore. It does get hot! But we really enjoyed our morning. Tour was very reasonable considering we spent less time at most other attractions, for about the same or less per person ($25 BBD adult, half for kids under 18). Restaurant was also reasonably priced for the level of food they served.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Andrew L wrote a review Jun 2020
Barbados667 contributions93 helpful votes
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Went for a Saturday brunch with the wife, the setting is beautiful the views are beautiful and the constant breeze is fantastic. The staff are very friendly and. Helpful and the menu is both acomadating varied and fresh and organic ( can not ask for more). Even the table water is well water filtered and with basil in super tasty. Me and the wife both had Flank steak on a cassava and Breadfruit flat bread with veggies topped with Rocket, which was so tasty, washed down with a Sorrell Punch, which was very nice. We met the Chef and congratulated him on a excellent menu which was well presented and very well cooked. PEG Farm is the place to go for a great meal in a non tourist setting hich is quite and peaceful, will be going back for the farm tour and more meals, the butcher up there Oink and Moo is also fantastic to all organic and gluten free. Two thumbs up.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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ScottishRichard wrote a review Mar 2020
Scotland/Sanibel88 contributions104 helpful votes
This is a very easy review to write. This place is the diametric opposite of all those overpriced resort restaurants aimed at overload tourists. For a start they either grow or produce most of their food. Secondly, the kitchen is a wide open part of the restaurant; you can watch the hard working guys preparing and cooking your food.Add in the delightful hill top location and the airy building and the excellent service. Could ask for more comfortable chairs.. Anyhow, the result is the best and most interesting food on Barbados. I had home produced eggs with home made sausages. Can brunch get fresher than that? The answer is Yes as my wife had Mahi mahi with a variety of home grown vegetables. Terrific. You have to go there. Great food, great team.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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foodieface wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada73 contributions45 helpful votes
Our guided walking tour of Peg Farm was fun, informative, and motivational. From the walk through the gully to the up close and personal experience with pigs, chickens, guinea fowl, and cows Peg Farm is a fantastic place with an admirable agenda--sustainable eco farming and a delicious farm to table dining experience. We enjoyed pulled pork pancakes, French toast, beet & papaya salad, and eggs Benedict. Everything was absolutely wonderful and I would highly recommend a visit toPeg Farm when you visit Barbados.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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