Dining at Royal Westmoreland
We know the people that visit Royal Westmoreland enjoy the finer things in life, and of course, that extends to wining and dining.
Handily for residents and guests, not only is Barbados a wonderfully beautiful and diverse island paradise, but it’s also home to some of the finest cuisines you’ll find. There are restaurants across the island serving splendid meals in spectacular scenery, all influenced and shaped by different cultures, ranging from Britain to Portugal, Spain and West Africa.
Below are some recommendations of dining at Royal Westmoreland:
The Beach Club
Enjoy a meal right by the beautiful Barbados Sea, enjoy a light lunch or a delectable three-course dinner, even watch the sun go down and take in the Culinary delights of the food cooked to perfection by our award-winning Chef and his team. The Royal Westmoreland Beach Club is set on the famous Mullins Beach and is the perfect venue for you to enjoy time with family and friends, watching the beautiful sea. Whatever your taste we are sure our varied menu will make your Caribbean adventure even more wonderful. You can enjoy anything from the Famous Chicken Roti, to Catch of the day cooked to your liking, wonderful pasta dishes, Risottos, delicious Salads and many more. The dress code is casual, as is the wonderful atmosphere of this really special venue. So come and join us to make your stay with us one to remember.
The Beach Club is now open daily for lunch and dinner for members and from 5:30pm daily for non - members for reservation-only dinner service, reservations can be made by calling +1 246 422 2044.
Food on the go for golfers before or during their round. Open from 6-30am every day with a wide selection of beverages and a menu full of comfort food. The breakfast roll and hot dogs being particular favourites. Though set up primarily golfers the attraction has grown and many onsite guests visit in the morning for coffee and a breakfast roll or to collect takeaway orders.
Themed on the traditional Bajan Rum Shak’s seen around the island. All spirits are sold by the bottle. Small and large! With the local Rum’s being the go to choice for many patrons. A bowl of ice and a coke on the side and you’re all set. The kitchen offers a variety of food with traditional items like flying fish cutters and West Indian Roti’s on the menu. This is a casual setting with no dress code and a place to visit and relax for villa owners, members and guests. Open from 5 pm 7 days a week for dinner as well as serving breakfast daily.
The traditional clubhouse caters for golfers and all resort guests. Open from early morning to early evening and the food offering being every lunchtime from 11am to 3pm. The opulent surroundings are available to all guests who may just wish to hang out and enjoy a drink in a warm and friendly environment. The outside terrace being a particularly popular area. The menu offers everything toasted sandwiches and panini’s to sit down meals in the dining area. For those with a hunger we recommend the Westmoreland homemade burger! The clubhouse does have a dress code with patrons asked not to wear denims, collarless shirts or beachwear.
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