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A Deep Dive Into Barbados’ National Dish at Fisherman’s Pub

BT Travel’s Bajan Tourist, Sabrina Lee learned all about what goes into making Cou Cou and Flying Fish at the popular northern landmark Fisherman’s Pub. Wonderful seaside views, extremely friendly staff and delicious Bajan cuisine are a few of the elements that keep locals and visitors alike coming back for more. The beloved local haunt first opened its door as a rum shop in 1937 and is authentically Barbadian in every way. It was the perfect place for BT Travel’s Bajan Tourist, Sabrina Lee to get a lesson in preparing the national dish in the month of November!

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