Oistins Fish Fry
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- Oistins Fish FryJun 03, 2013
As Barbadian as it gets. Mingle with residents and visitors at the fishing harbour in Oistins; great plate of fresh sea-food with the trimmings at little cost, some cold Banks beer.....all good! Can get a bit busy at weekends, but a must-do.
- Oistins Fish FryApr 26, 2013
A hugely popular place to spend an evening, especially Fridays for which Oistins is most famous. An abundance of music, freshly cooked fish (and other foods) under a starry starry sky at the Oistins Fish Market. This 'LIME' (an expression for a relaxing hang out in Barbados) is popular with visitors and locals alike who go to eat, dance, drink rum and be merry. A truly Barbadian experience.
- Oistins Fish FryJan 17, 2013
If you're in Barbados on a Fri night, there's no party like Oistins. A combined beach bash/ fish fry/ outdoor market, you could spend hours indulging in greasy fried goodness with thousands of members of your new extended family. Enjoy outdoor dining with the breeze in your hair, street performers, and serious dancing, while you "wuk it up" and "lime" the night away.
- Oistins Fish FryFirst to ReviewApr 04, 2014
Bajans keep up an extremely healthy diet– and have fun doing it. Every Friday night there is a raucous fish fry/live music/street festival in Oistins, a small fishing village located in the Christ Church parish. Hundreds of locals and tourists alike dine alfresco on the freshest catches of the day and unwind after a long week of work in paradise. After clearing their plates, the crowds swarm the open-aired stages and dance pavilions to "wukk it up"-the local Bajan dance and everyone's favorite way to get down at the end of the night.