Barbados Pocket Guide

Café Indigo

Café Indigo

The west coast of Barbados, home to Royal Westmoreland, Folkestone Marine Park, The Sandy Lane Hotel and many other attractions is also known as the gold or sometimes platinum coast. Hotels, villas, golf courses, luxurious properties marry the nightlife and numerous restaurant options which are in place to support the persons who both live and visit this island.

 

Café Indigo is a delightful restaurant which is housed in Indigo Courtyard in Holetown, St. James. It offers breakfast and lunch and in terms of dinner, Tuesdays and Thursdays are the only nights where one can experience evening dining at this establishment.

 

Opening hours are Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30am to 3.15pm and on Tuesdays and Thursdays it remains open until 8.30pm from the time it opens its doors in the morning. A meal at Café Indigo can comprise some interesting combinations. They provide from soups and salads to pies and pates.

 

Casual and almost dainty in its overall packaging, Café Indigo concentrates on providing a natural experience in terms of food and décor. As one walks into the restaurant, the décor fully embraces the colour of blue, in varying shades. This blue also represents the deep exotic hues of the trademark waters surrounding the island of Barbados.

 

Breakfast at Café Indigo comprises a full English breakfast. In case you were unaware, Barbados is sometimes still affectionately referred to as "Little England" so if you are an international traveler and look hard enough, there are a few places which can possibly "transport" you back to the UK (in spirit at least). Items include omelettes, smoked salmon on toast or smoked salmon on croissant. Teas, coffees and juices can be availed of to your heart's desire.

 

The lunch menu is open from around 10:30 am and you will be pleased to note that all items are available all day long until they stop serving at around 3:15pm. Savoury delights such as lasagna and other fresh pasta dishes, fish (with various catch being offered daily) as well as a variety of chicken dishes will tempt you to ask for a second portion to take away.

 

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the dinner menu is quite similar to that offered for lunch; however there are some mouth-watering additions to start you off in the form of appetizers. Items like spring rolls, bruschetta and chicken liver pate or soup are some of the items on their a la carte menu. To tickle your fancy for dessert, you can choose from sweets such as cheesecake, carrot cake, apple pie or ice cream.

 

There is a lot of activity in Holetown, indeed in Barbados as a whole, so there is no excuse for not making your stay an adventure and trying the various eating spots and watering holes in Barbados. You are invited to make Café Indigo one of your stops. Call them at (246) 432-0968 if you need to hear the menu, get directions or make a reservation for dinner.

 

Make it a date while in Barbados!

 

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Last modified on Tuesday, 26 July 2011 14:25

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