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Island Plates is a lovely Cafe in Town Square, Speightstown, St. Peter (The Mall is located opposite Jordan's Supermarket). It is run by local sisters Pat and Marie. Food is prepared to order and the cafe serves up fresh local juice, hearty salads, hot baguettes, good stuff for the sweet tooth and a variety of pastas, fish dishes, homemade curries and homemade quiches to name a few.Vegans, Vegetarians, Gluten-Free meals are offered here as well. You can do takeaways, sit in or sit on the outdoor decking. Whatever you decide, you will be greeted and served with a warm smile and attentive, friendly staff.Island Plates. Fresh Food. It's in the Delivery!
My family and I have been coming to Barbados for many years. On our holiday we always visit a mix of restaurants from each end of the spectrum. Without doubt we enjoy our lunches at Island Plates more than most others and the curries, wraps...More
We came on the 16th jan at 10.40 am and the waitress looked quite annoyed to see us but sat us down. She was quite polite after this and served us well. The food was ok - nothing special tho made well except the sweet...More
By sheer luck, we were within walking distance of Island Plates, which we had seen on TripAdvisor. We ended up having lunch there twice in our two-week stay.
At our first visit, I had a shrimp curry, which was fresh, flavourful and fantastic. It haunted...More
We passed this little gem of a place whilst exploring Speightstown, had a look at the menu and were greeted cheerfully by the owners. We booked for a couple of days later and had a lovely lunch there. We shared some homemade fish cakes with...More
Got there at 1pm and waited for the server to seat us. As she approached, she quickly glanced at us and her facial expression changed from her happy demeaner to a solemn one. I’m sure she noted we’re not white. Meanwhile, every single other person...More
Date of visit: January 2019
Pat_IslandPlates, Owner at Island Plates, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
This is Pat the other owner of the restaurant. We are not racist in any form or fashion.
Island Plates seats 16 persons. When you arrived, 3 tables were indeed empty of which 2 had reserved signs. The other table which seats 2...More
First full day of our holiday so we were just getting re-orientated in Barbados. We needed morning coffee, so decided to stop at Island Plates. We were given a lovely warm welcome and served with our coffee - and time just drifted by. What a...More
We always make a point of visiting Island Plates when we are in Barbados. This year we only managed one visit, but it was up to the usual high standards. The menu is simple, but the food is freshly prepared and delicious. The drinks are...More
Stopped here after reading reviews on Trip Advisor- and have to say very much worth a visit. We just did lunch - wraps- very tasty exactly what we needed - not too much and prepared and presented beautifully.
Menu offers good range of choices and...More