There's no better way to start your day in #Barbados than with some delicious fishcakes! Hot Legendary Fish Cakes (various locations), Miss P's (at Accra Beach) and Mr.Delicious (at Miami Beach) are some favourite spots.
Barbadian national dish. Cou-cou & Flying Fish is made with cornmeal and okras (a savoury dish similar to polenta), plenty of rich gravy and steamed flying fish - a small warm water fish native to the island. Cou cou can also be eaten with any other fish. Popular accompaniments are pickled cucumber, slices of sweet potato and of course pepper sauce.
Pudding and souse This is a Saturday tradition in Barbados. The pudding is a mixture of grated sweet potato, pepper and seasoning. Souse is made with parts of the feet and head and is pickled in cucumber, onion and lime juice, most often with breadfruit or sometimes sweet potato.