I thought I wouldn't be able to give Cin Cin a fair hearing, as I was still full from brunch at Bajan Blue earlier in the day. But it was our last night in Barbados, and once I smelled the food cooking, my hunger soon returned! A lovely seaside setting (better than most similar), a fresh and well cooked menu, well-timed and friendly service. Prices are a little steep, but no more than average for this kind of meal in Barbados. Staff even overheard us discussing the fact it was our last night on the island and brought us a complimentary dessert with bon voyage message. All in all, a steady and classy act.
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