This plantation house/restaurant has quite a history and is listed as a heritage home by the Barbados National Trust. The word 'bagatelle' in French means trifle. In 1877 the owner could no longer afford to maintain the plantation, so he paid a gambling debt and traded his home to erase his debt. To maintain his dignity, he declared that the home was a 'bagatelle.' There is dining in the grand dining room or alfresco on the garden terrace. Dress is elegantly casual.
- Feature: Romantic
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, amex
- Takeout Available: Yes