The owners of popular west coast restaurant Cin Cin were still assessing losses today after floodwaters swamped their facility yesterday.
Photos and videos showing the Prospect, St James Property almost under water made the rounds on social media yesterday.
However, when a Barbados TODAY news team visited the restaurant no water was in sight.
General Manager Peter Lauer and others were busy cleaning up the property and he said it was too early to put a figure on the damage.
He said the flooding was caused by blocked drains that were filled with debris.
“Normally we have two drains but there was so much debris,” said Lauer, the general manager of Cin Cin and Primo.
He added that the immediate plan was to repair and renovate the restaurant and assured that the facility would reopen for business in time for the busy winter season.
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