Mustor’s Restaurant, Bridgetown, Barbados

Mustor’s Restaurant, Bridgetown, Barbados

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Looking for a great place for home-style Bajan food in Bridgetown? Then Mustor’s on McGregor street is a must do for you!

This spot is as local as it gets and is patronized by native Bajans just as much as by visiting tourists.

Mustors is family owned and has been around for several decades now. Housed in a tiny building with several small rooms fitted with simple tables, there is a dining room upstairs and a bar and snacks area downstairs.

The food here is very reasonably priced and tasty. You must try the National Dish – flying fish and staples like macaroni pie, peas and rice, Cou-Cou and more.

Mustor’s is open for breakfast and lunch and only accepts cash.

 

Here is some of what we ate:

 

Flying Fish Platter

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Peas and Rice with Sweet Potato and Plantains

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Mashed Potato

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Macaroni Pie

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Stewed Chicken

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Cou-Cou

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French Fries

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  • Borola

    I love Mustor’s. And the cashier (another Mustor) is a treat (dry wit). The family run restaurant has been in business since 1941, so they are doing things right. Comfortable, quick, afordable and conveniently located. I stay in Barbados for five months over the winters and whenever I am in Bridgetown I lunch at Mustor’s. Wonderful.