international dining etiquette
Dining etiquette in Barbados is similar to that in other Caribbean countries. Please refer to the Jamaica dining etiquette section for general dining etiquette information for the Caribbean. The information that follows on this page is specific to Barbadian dining etiquette variations.
Bajan dishes include flying fish and cou-cou, a combination of okra and cornmeal), rice, vegetables, beans, potatoes, meats, and fish. The best known foods include pepperpot (a spicy stew), jug-jug, and conkies (spices, sweet potatoes, and raisins). Tea is the term used for all hot drinks, and is drunk at most meals.
caribbean dining etiquette
Our resting utensils etiquette section covers the rules (american and continental) for resting your utensils when taking a break from eating, when you are finished eating, and when you are passing food [...]Read More