A delightful restaurant in the west coast town of Holetown, Angry Annies is best known for its curries. The menu is wide ranging, featuring everything ... More
A delightful restaurant in the west coast town of Holetown, Angry Annies is best known for its curries. The menu is wide ranging, featuring everything from US filet steak, lamb and lobster to fresh fish done in a totally Bajan fashion. For those who just want a quick drink this is an ideal stop. For something more grand, hosts Annie and Paul Matthews will be happy to help you arrange your private function in the special party room.
garish decor and a host who seemed surprised to see all 8 of us, greeted us on our first night in barbados. Service was slow from the miserable bald brummie and a stand in waitress. An elerly woman who we presumed to be the owner, moved paper around on the bar and uttered inane replies when we dared to converse. Curry was heralded by the brummie as spectacular and it was - spectacularly bad! Steak was burnt and drinks were average but all in all a bad experience - dont go there and perhaps someone will take it over.
First time in Barbados so thought we would give it a try. Service was OK,
Food was poor quality. Owner apologised but I do'nt think he will change anything. It's cheaper to go to KFC for similar quality.
Total dis-interest by owner and waitresses alike.
Must be living on past reputation.
By far the poorest restaurant visited in Barbados this vacation.
Can't really say a good word about it - bland food, expensive beer, empty water glasses.
We'd been to Angry Annies before, when it was in Paynes Bay. Now they have moved to Holetown (1997), the restaurant is smaller and has less character.
We were really looking forward to revisiting Angry Annies; we really liked it before. Not any more, though. The food was bland and barely warm, the restaurant was crammed with tables (mostly empty - now we know why). The service was OK if you like someone hovering over you while you eat.
All in all, a place we're not going back to.
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