A Taste of Saba
Enjoy a taste of Saba at one it's many restaurants - Shot from Tropics Cafe - Photographed by Malachy Magee

Saba restaurants just keep getting better. Saba offers tourists and locals good value and menus to please most any pallet. In the mood for something Caribbean style? Local creole dishes, West Indian barbeque and fresh seafood are readily available. Vegetarian or even Vegan? no problem!  Sushi, prime rib and even a restaurant with its own organic garden. Not bad for a small island!  Night time dining prices range from $8-25. Some higher-end dining is also available but you'll find good value and fair prices at every level.
Bizzy Bee Bakery logo on Saba

Bizzy Bee Bakery
is the buzzing new place in Windwardside. Enjoy a traditional European bakery wwith fresh-baked croissants, breads, pastries and fine coffees throughout the day along with scruptous, reasonably-priced sandwiches on crusty baguettes or the bread of the day. Located at the new Breadline Plaza. 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Closed Sundays.


The Brigadoon  
One of Saba's more popular eateries, the Brigadoon is housed in an original 19th century Saban home and conveniently located in Windwardside with open air dining overlooking the Caribbean Sea.  Its proprietors, Michael and Tricia Chammaa, offer a large variety of crowd pleasers but Chef Michael’s Mediterranean heritage is evident in many of his signature entrees.  Don't miss Sea Saba's Monday Night presentation--free of charge @ 5:30 p.m....daily specials in addition to their varied menu inlcude prime rib Thursdays, schwarma sandwiches on Fridays and sushi on Saturdays. Closed Tuesdays.
Chinese Restaurant Windwardside Saba Saba Chinese Restaurant
Authentic Chinese and Indonesian dishes prepared by Saba's Choi family. Delicious and very affordable, the Saba Chinese Restaurant offers a great view of Windwardside and The Level. Daily lunch and dinners. Closed Mondays.
Bottom Bean Cafe Saba Bottom Bean Cafe
Saba’s new contemporary coffee house experience in The Bottom offers freshly brewed bean coffee and specialty teas from around the world. Espresso, cappuccino, latte, flavored coffees, frappuccino, ice coffee, tea, juices, sodas and much more. Freshly baked breads and pastries daily. Range of hot, or cold sandwiches/Panini’s available all day.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner an daily specials menu.
Open Mon-Fri 7 til 7, weekends 9 til 3. Freecustomer wi-fi available!
Sea Witch Bar & Grill logo Sea Witch
is worth visiting just to see the work of art created by local artist Robbie Lynn.  The interior was made to look and feel like the interior of an old schooner.  Saba Historian Will Johnson further enhanced the look with old photos and stories adorning the walls. The indoor bar and dining area as well as street side dining facilities create a fun atmosphere enjoyed by locals and tourists.  Enjoy pizza, sandwiches and daily specials (often times freshly caught--sustainable--fish) while listening to classic rock 'n' roll at a pleasant volume.
The Swinging Doors Windwardside Saba Swinging Doors
Located in the heart of Windwardside, Swinging Doors is owned and operated by one of Saba’s more colorful characters, Eddie Hassell. Quick with a joke, Eddie always has a Saban tale, the latest gossip or tales of the sea to share. The Doors is now famous for its Tuesday and Friday night barbeques and Steak Night Sundays. Get out of the sun, have an ice cold Heineken and don’t forget to ask about the "we’re all here because we’re not all there" tee-shirt. "We don't take credit cards, don't ask for any 'fancy drinks' and don't let the doors hit you in the ass on the way out!
Tropics Cafe Windwardside Saba Tropics Cafe
is part of Juliana's Hotel. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (closed after breakfast on Mondays); Virtual Hike Movie on Wednesdays; TGIF Happy Hour on Fridays and tapas on Sunday afternoons. Breakfasts can please healthier tastes with fruit and yogurt or ready yourself for a full day of diving with traditional American breakfasts from eggs any style to omelets, pancakes and more. Lunches range from 'green stuff' to assorted burgers, hot and cold sandwiches and daily specials. Tropics isn't just a hotel restaurant but a place for an all-day hangout whether you are staying there or not. Lounge by the pool, take in the sunset, watch the stars.  Wednesday's Virtual Hike Movie is shown on an outdoor screen; Tom van't Hof, conservationist and government commissioned founder of the Saba Conservation Foundation narrates this film and takes you on a guided ecological tour of the island. Friday's TGIF is a great apres dive hangout for locals and toursts alike. And what better way to while away a Sunday afternoon than with a wide range of tapas (changes weekly) and bottomless Sangria for just $15? Their link above takes you to their site where you can even view their various menus.
Chez Bubba Bistro Chez Bubba Bistro & Bubba's Bottles
Bubba's Bottles is the Caribbean's first and only wine room. Book it for a wine tasting or just ask for a sampling before dinner. Chez Bubba Bistro represents casual but fine el fresco dining.  Chef Simon starts each afternoon by baking fresh foccacia for his extensive appetizer menu.  The traditional hearty French bistro specialties are ever evolving but always finished off with an array of delectable desserts which Simon will explain in detail at your table.  Located in Saba's main village of Windwardside.

Wine room opens at 2 p.m.  Dinner service begins at 5:30 p.m.  Until 10 p.m. Wednesdays through Mondays
The Rainforest Restaurant at the Ecolodge Windwardside Saba

Rainforest Restaurant
is presently closed...hoping to hear of its re-opening in the months ahead.

The ambience and experience is 100% natural.  Dine with the music supplied by tree frogs and lighting only by candlelight.  Located on the Crispeen Trail, prearranged transport and a flashlight are mandatory.  The restaurant is part of Saba's Ecolodge Rendezvous. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily--except on Mondays. 20 max per night so let us make a reservation for you!

Queen's Garden Resort Troy Hill Saba Queen's Gardens Resort
offers casually elegant fine dining in Saba’s upscale Queen’s Gardens Resort. Built at the base of the rainforest with spectacular ocean views, the property offers casual breakfast and lunch service on its lovely terrace beneath the mango trees or around the poolside bar.The dining room, decorated with fine Indonesian furnishings, is reserved for formal evening dining. Let their chef introduce you to a large selection of seafood as well as veal, beef and duck. First class service is yet another touch of this great night out.
Pop's Place Fort Bay Harbor Saba Pop's Place
Grab a cold drink and watch as the boats come in and out of Saba’s busy Fort Bay. Hang out with a local crowd and discuss the latest with fisherman, expats and other tourists.  Now run by a Columbian family, they've opened up the shutters and turned up the tunes. Stay at the harbor for lunch and catch the final dive taxi of the day up while you enjoy the 'local color' of Saba's only harbor. Empanadas, snacks, burgers and full dinners and the coldest Heinekens on the island.  Located right next door to Sea Saba’s workshop at the harbor.
Verdier on Saba logo

is the place for afternoon and early evenings casual dining or just hang out and people watch in the courtyard or at the bar. Treat your pallet to burgers, sandwiches or the daily special--South American flair at no extra charge. This new Columbian owned property is located in the new Breadline Plaza. Open daily 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.

  The Deep End
is the former In Two Deep bar and restaurant located above Saba Deep Dive Center--an ideal place to watch the boat traffic at Saba's Fort Bay Harbor. Serving a variety of sandwiches, pastas, stir fry and more.  Open until 3 p.m. daily--closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
We hope that all divers are a voice for the environement and, therefore, discerning diners. Most Saba restaurants embrace sustainable fishing practices but don't to ask for a list of sustainable seafood choices (and restaurants abiding by it) at the Sea Saba office.