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Dee Hellery
· January 29, 2018
We went there I an organized tour veey I interesting house really nice to know the history. But the hi light was the rum/food tasting fantastic the team were so funny and friendly really wished we co...uld have had more time � See More
Hightower Bajedude
· January 25, 2018
Awesome place to have lunch for me and my team when I doing an island tour of Barbados, I'm a taxi and tour operator!!!
De Wayne
· December 11, 2017
It was all about the staff during my visit. Customer service is their expertise.
Carl Pickford
· June 6, 2017
Best Rum Punch on the island, fabulous host and amazing historical house. It's an absolute "must visit" And even more amazing is that I get kissed by a gorgeous blonde lady every time I visit!!
Sandra Sukhan
· September 21, 2017
Food was very good and ground were equally so. Wish I had more time to tour.
Patsy Macleod
· February 21, 2018
Brilliant well worth a visit
Lunch was ok too
Violet Waith Jenkins
· May 11, 2017
Loved the house but disappointed there was no mention of slaves .it was their sweat and blood that built the plantation so would have been nice for them to be remembered .lest not forget
Adrian Barton
· December 1, 2016
Whenever you're in Barbados a stop at Sunbury must be on your todo list. Where else can you get to enjoy a piece of history, enjoy great tasting Bajan cooking all in one place for an affordable price.
Dillon Sheffield
· February 24, 2017
It's a great place to stop and check out some of the history of the island and the house. Lovely tour guide an she answered all the questions you may have.
Patricia Cleary Clark
· January 18, 2016
We had a tour of Barbados booked through Windstar Cruises and enjoyed our visit here throughly...the place was full of antiques and gives you the impression of what it might have been like before air ...travel to visit and stay on the island.
After the tour and walkabout they served a delish "Home cooked" luncheon with ham, mac&Cheese, salads, Rum Punch ;) and the best cake with Rum Raisin Ice Creme for dessert...We will return next time for the "Candlelight Dinner" when next in Barbados.
Its a little older and dustier than St. Nicolas Abbey however you are in for a wonderful trip down memory lane. Wonderful Hospitality shown by their staff.
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Cheryl Grannum
· August 24, 2015
Had lunch there on Sunday, August 23, 2015 to celebrate my cousin's birthday. Great tasting lunch, green banana and salt/cod fish to die for. Pleasant staff, Don, she's a gem. Will return. Thanks fo...r a great afternoon. See More
Heide Krenauer
· July 4, 2017
I know the Sunbury Plantation House already longer, but for everybody who visits Barbados � a visit to the Plantation House is a must !
Margaret Johnston
· November 16, 2016
Really good value for money. I would recommend the food and the tour of the house. The staff were really friendly and informative.
James Turner
· September 12, 2016
It's good value and a great experience, you can really get up close to the history. The food afterwards was amazing!
Russell Bundy
· June 15, 2016
Great place to visit and view the history of this plantation home and then stay and have a meal.
Bajan Sunset-bdb
· August 8, 2016
Excellent place to keep a wedding- staff excellent to deal with- I would give it 10 stars-
Danette Godwin
· March 20, 2016
Donna, Shelly Ann and Sonya Thank you so much for a wonderful fun time today. We will be back next year again. Fun, Sunbury and rum
Nicholas Deane
· June 6, 2017
A MUST SEE for anyone visiting our shores. This place is steeped with artefacts of the past Barbados and offers photo opportunities everywhere you look.
Richard Trotman
· August 1, 2013
We had our wedding reception here in 2010. BEAUTIFUL, wonderful -- the staff was outstanding and we have great memories of our wedding and of Sunbury. Thanks, Donna!
Lyn Catherine Yvette Perry
· June 15, 2016
Wonderful place - Victorian English in appearance and a wonderful tourist morning enjoyed there with amusing stuff.
Anne Peckham
· October 30, 2016
A beautiful place that is well worth visiting.
Eileen Wright
· June 30, 2016
Great afternoon in pleasant surroundings
Jo Simon James
· March 7, 2014
Absolutely amazing can't wait to go back and see everybody x
Tyson Fite
· September 20, 2016
OMG THE FOOD IS FUCKING FLAWLESS!! 5 STAR ALL DAY EVERYDAY!
Fanhan Fabrice
· December 12, 2013
Très beau domaine, à visiter !
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Sunflower Events is with Kimberley Boyce Wpicc and 4 others at Sunbury Plantation House.

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Sunflower Events is with Jane Mayhew and 4 others at Sunbury Plantation House.

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OH Yes please... Breakfast! Thank you Chef! Why not come for Breakfast at Sunbury one day soon? Sunbury open daily from 9 - 4 call and bood Tel: 423 6270

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Bajan Soup today at bds$15.00 - a hearty chicken soup with dumplings and ground provisions. Eat in or Take away. Call now tel:423 6270

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Sunbury Plantation House added 2 new photos — with Dawn Gilkes and 14 others at Sunbury Plantation House.

Thursdays Special at Sunbury is Cou Cou & Salt Fish or Flying Fish.

Cou-Cou a hearty meal steeped in Bajan cooking since 1644.
Cou Cou consists mainly of cornm...eal (corn flour) and okra (ochroes). Cornmeal, fresh onion, garlic, tyme, tomatoes and pepper. These main components were inexpensive, hence the reason why the dish became common for many residents in Barbados' early colonial history.

Cou-cou derives from the island's African ancestry and was a regular meal for those slaves who were brought over from Africa to Barbados.

A unique cooking utensil called a "cou-cou stick", or "fungi stick", is used in its preparation. A cou-cou stick is made of wood, and has a long, flat rectangular shape like a 1-foot-long (30 cm) miniature cricket bat. It is believed by Barbadians to be essential in stirring the cou-cou, as the dish takes on a firm texture and the cou-cou stick makes it easier to stir in a large pot.

Flying fish prepared fried or steamed is a usual complement to cou-cou. Cou-cou and flying fish has become Barbados' national dish. Salt fish, is also a common accompaniment to cou-cou.

Cou-cou can also be prepared using breadfruit instead of cornmeal.

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Sunbury Plantation House added 2 new photos — with Dawn Gilkes and 14 others at Sunbury Plantation House.

Thursdays Special at Sunbury is Cou Cou & Salt Fish or Flying Fish.

Cou-Cou a hearty meal steeped in Bajan cooking since 1644.
Cou Cou consists mainly of cornm...eal (corn flour) and okra (ochroes). Cornmeal, fresh onion, garlic, tyme, tomatoes and pepper. These main components were inexpensive, hence the reason why the dish became common for many residents in Barbados' early colonial history.

Cou-cou derives from the island's African ancestry and was a regular meal for those slaves who were brought over from Africa to Barbados.

A unique cooking utensil called a "cou-cou stick", or "fungi stick", is used in its preparation. A cou-cou stick is made of wood, and has a long, flat rectangular shape like a 1-foot-long (30 cm) miniature cricket bat. It is believed by Barbadians to be essential in stirring the cou-cou, as the dish takes on a firm texture and the cou-cou stick makes it easier to stir in a large pot.

Flying fish prepared fried or steamed is a usual complement to cou-cou. Cou-cou and flying fish has become Barbados' national dish. Salt fish, is also a common accompaniment to cou-cou.

Cou-cou can also be prepared using breadfruit instead of cornmeal.

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Thursdays Special at Sunbury is Cou Cou & Salt Fish or Flying Fish.

Cou-Cou a hearty meal steeped in Bajan cooking since 1644.
Cou Cou consists mainly of cornmeal (corn flour) and okra (ochroes). Cornmeal, fresh onion, garlic, tyme, tomatoes and pepper. These main components were inexpensive, hence the reason why the dish became common for many residents in Barbados' early colonial history.

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Cou-cou derives from the island's African ancestry and was a regular meal for those slaves who were brought over from Africa to Barbados.

A unique cooking utensil called a "cou-cou stick", or "fungi stick", is used in its preparation. A cou-cou stick is made of wood, and has a long, flat rectangular shape like a 1-foot-long (30 cm) miniature cricket bat. It is believed by Barbadians to be essential in stirring the cou-cou, as the dish takes on a firm texture and the cou-cou stick makes it easier to stir in a large pot.

Flying fish prepared fried or steamed is a usual complement to cou-cou. Cou-cou and flying fish has become Barbados' national dish. Salt fish, is also a common accompaniment to cou-cou.

Cou-cou can also be prepared using breadfruit instead of cornmeal.

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Tuesday Special at Sunbury is Bajan Soup. You haven’t had good homemade Bajan cooking until you have tasted a delicious Bajan soup. Unlike most soups where the final product is usually a light creamy broth used as a starter before the main meal, a Bajan soup is loaded with all kinds of meats, ground provision, vegetables and big flavors; making it a whole meal in one!

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Sat 6:00 PM UTC-04Sunbury Plantation HouseSix Cross Roads, Barbados
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