We traditionally go to The Lonestar at least once during a visit to Barbados. This year we took some first-time guests and they (and we) were blown away by the service, the food and the atmosphere. We had a wonderful evening. Thanks!!
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Great place to eat, looking out to the beach and sea. Lots of choice for food. Clean, spacious, lovely staff. None of these restaurants are cheap. There is lovely food to choose but expect to pay around £49/59 per head for a set 2 course...More
We eat here with friends. What a great ambience. It was very full and the combination of 'buzzy' atmosphere, and waves beating against the shoreline made for a great ambience. The food menu and drinks choices were good. My scallops starter and mahi mahi main...More
My wife and I visit Barbados once a year Each visit we like to try a top restaurant We have had supper at lone star 4-5 times in the past 8 years Today we decided to try out the restaurant for lunch Well, that’s where...More
Super place to eat lunch or dinner. Great location on lovely silky sand beach with lots of comings and goings..boats to watch. Evening menu is very, very varied to suit everyone's tastes. Quality of food is great too. Nice atmosphere perhaps tables cd be more...More
Ate here last night. Everything was good except we waited 45 minutes between starters and mains. When mains eventually came we were deflated and past caring. The bill came to £193 and when paying this kind of money they really should get it correct.
We went along for dinner. The service wasn't very good. The food was OK. This is the restaurant where much missed "Sunday Times" restaurant columnist Michael Winner ate their contaminated oysters which hastened his passing. I have friend who owns a number of great seafood...More
We actually ate here twice during the time we were in Barbados. Once as a couple and once with a group of friends. Had a good meal both times. Start the evening with a drink in the very popular bar, great cocktails. Then move across...More