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We swing by Cuzs' at least once a week. It's a fish sandwich. That's it. But it's the best fish sandwich on the island and the price can't be beaten. $5USD without cheese and $5.50USD with cheese and it will fill your belly in between...More
Cuz’s might be just a shack in a parking lot, but it’s legendary. The line-ups attest to it. The menu is simple: a cutter fish sandwich on a bun, with our without cheese. It’s a mild fish, I recommend it even for people who don’t...More
Frozen fish pan-fried and put inside a soft bun with a piece of lettuce. You add your own condiments. I'd say fresh and hot but I wouldn't say the best. Actually I enjoyed the beach that was right next to the stand much better than...More
Not an exaggeration at all! Most definitely the best fresh fish sandwich I’ve ever had. After a scuba dive in Carlisle Bay we were ravenous. This filled us up adequately and I could have eaten a second but that would have meant more weights on...More
Went to Cuz’s on two separate trips, and loved my cutter (fish sandwich) each time. Fresh marlin with amazing seasoning, fresh bread and cheese. Also almost no wait time. Everyone in line loved them. A must if you’re in Carlisle Bay/Pebble’s beach. Located in a...More
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I have a severe peanut and nut allergy (carry 2 epi pens at all times) while living and visiting in Barbados I ate at Cuzz's several times with absolutely no issues. I believe he uses vegetable oil. All places I... More
I have a severe peanut and nut allergy (carry 2 epi pens at all times) while living and visiting in Barbados I ate at Cuzz's several times with absolutely no issues. I believe he uses vegetable oil. All places I ate at use vegetable/canola oil. Peanuts and nuts are not heavily used in Bajan cuisine. Usually peanuts are eaten as a snack, markets and street vendors sell unpackaged peanuts, so just be aware. Otherwise, you should be just fine but always ask!