The Beach House Restaurant, Paul Owens
Conveniently nestled amongst lapping waves of the West Coast in Holetown, The Beach House Restaurant is a testament to Paul Owens’ culinary excellence. With over 25 years’ experience in fine dining and alongside his dedicated team of chefs, Paul Owens has created a welcoming restaurant, exuding flavoursome and tropical dishes.
Having previously run the renowned Cliff Restaurant, Paul is equipped with the tools to create an unparalleled dining experience. The Beach House is also supported by Howard Palmer, an experienced restaurateur equipped with an invaluable wealth of knowledge regarding fine dining in Barbados.
On gloriously beautiful afternoons in Bim, diners can revel in ocean views, exquisite cuisine and Bajan live music, led by a professional and courteous team of staff. On request, food can be paired with fine wines and there is the option to indulge in a seven-course classic tasting menu. On the other hand, there is an extensive cocktail list, with experienced mixologists on hand to cater to every palate.
The dedicated team of chefs have created a classic menu, taking full advantageous of the fresh and flavoursome ingredients on offer in Barbados, such as Caribbean shrimp, scallops and mahi mahi. The presentation is precise, innovative and exhibits the artistic possibilities of food.
The restaurant is decorated tastefully, giving an air of sophistication and exclusivity. Tables are candlelit, creating an intimate and romantic atmosphere. The dress code is elegantly casual, striking the perfect balance between the relaxing nature of island life and fine dining. Paul Owens has furthermore created an atmosphere which caters to both families and couples, embracing flexibility and encouraging all to enjoy this magnificent restaurant.
The Beach House is additionally connected to the Cabana Club, giving guests access to the pool and the boardwalk. If you’re searching for the perfect spot to enjoy sundowners amidst the idyllic Bajan beaches, The Beach House is undeniably worth exploring.