Here at TT we never tire of Buzz. It is in a beautiful setting and you are welcomed with a smile whether you are dropping by for a drink, taking a light bite or keeping a dinner reservation.


Buzz, located on the main Rodney Bay strip, has an irresistible charm! One of the aspects that draws back regulars is the garden with outdoor dining beneath the canopy of an ancient and enormous tree – it looks magical at night when the lights wrapped around its branches suffuse the garden area with a warm glow.


Buzz is the kind of restaurant where you can pop in for a drink at the cocktail bar (Happy Hour is 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm). But just in case you grow peckish, the menu has a comprehensive selection of reasonably priced appetizers and ‘bar bites’.


The main reason for Buzz’s popularity is the consistently great food. People travel far and wide (by our small island standards) to experience the ‘Famous cheesy “crack” bread’. This is one of a diverse mix of appetizers that includes salt and pepper calamari with a smoked paprika mayonnaise. If you like snails, then you will adore the baked escargot in puff pastry with garlic butter. It’s tempting to order several appetizers and make a tapas-style meal; it’s even better when paired with one of the salad options.

   The main course menu is select, and every base is covered: lamb shanks, beef ribs, steak, fish, seafood and chicken. Two popular items are the comfort food cottage pie and the West Indian pepperpot incorporating local spices. All mains are served with fresh vegetables plus a choice of potato, rice or salad. Portions are generous so you may not need a dessert but you would be denying yourself a treat if you did not indulge!

Dine and Dance

On Wednesday nights you definitely need to reserve a table. From 7.30 pm

Kenson Hippolyte

plays the keyboard and entertains with ballads, soul, a bit of Marley and a lot of groove. If the beat infects you, then step

out onto the patio and dance

the evening away.


Table-side art

The covered dining area is home to a display of paintings and photographs by local artists, changed every month. As well as adding colour and interest, all pieces are for sale.

B & B

At Buzz this denotes the Saturday night special: a gourmet Burger and a Beer. It makes for a filling and tasty supper, especially on a night when you don’t want to stay in and cook.


Tel. (758) 458 9450.


Open for dinner. Closed Monday.

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