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Bajans eat out for Easter

ALEX DOWNES, [email protected]

Bajans eat out for Easter

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MANY BARBADIANS spent their Easter Sunday wining and dining at hotels and restaurants.

The Radisson Aquatica Resort in Aquatic Gap, St Michael, was packed to capacity. General manager Gerry Lewis told the DAILY NATION the hotel was once again focusing on making the Easter Sunday lunch a family affair.

As patrons got their selection of food from the well-stocked buffet, Lewis said this year the resort introduced an Easter egg hunt with the Easter bunny, face painting and an Easter bonnet parade for the children.

At Savannah Hotel in Hastings, Christ Church, general manager Tricia Greaves said their Easter buffet was extended to add more seasonal delicacies.

Going through the list of foods on offer, she said different flavours had been incorporated into the menu and to top it off, there was entertainment from Mylon Clarke and The Project.

The turnout for lunch had been good from both locals and guests at the hotel, she said.

Further along the South Coast at Accra Beach Hotel, executive chef Abunasar Siddiquiwas also in highspirits as he said thehotel did something special with the menu in combining Caribbean, Mediterranean and European flavours.

Siddiqui added that Accra’s Easter Sunday lunch had drawn a good response from both international and local patrons who told him this year’s event was even better than 2016’s. (AD)

Patricia Corbin took the opportunity to feed her sweet tooth at the Radisson Aquatica Resort.