Carizma on the Hill is a hidden gem with a wonderfully consistent menu and service to boot. It’s in Sugar Hill which can be intimidating but, truth be told, it’s very welcoming and everything flows nicely. We all have our routines and places to go for certain dishes and we think you should put Carizma on to your circuit.
They serve lunch and dinner daily and on Friday nights 1359, the band, performs live by the bar so it’s a good hideaway for an easy night out.
You will naturally start at the Sugar Hill entrance gate where the staff will give you some very Bajan directions. Nod your head to indicate that you’ve understood and then just drive in anyway and you’ll find it.
When we say that Carizma on the Hill has a consistent menu it’s because what they serve they serve well. There is a great deal of attention to detail and although the prices are at the tourist-end of the scale, you can’t find better than that for the price you’re paying. If your thing is Alfredo Pasta you will be delighted to know that it has made it into Carzima’s offering. If you want to taste something refreshingly different try the Carzima salad. It has some really good roasted pumpkin, red onion and honey mustard.
On the protein end of things, when you arrive you will know that there is a grill nearby and everything that goes over the grill is a winner. The chicken kebabs are perfect and the mahi-mahi is on point. One of the rarer dishes to find in Barbados is a good shrimp curry and the Carizma version works nicely.
The Friday nights can get busy but it doesn’t slow your food down and the bar service is easy. Either that or we were engulfed in 1359’s tunes. Carizma is a cute and cozy place with some refreshing scenery and the food is good.
If you don’t make it for the night scene then your next best bet is the Sunday roast. Just make sure you go.
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