Josephines is a quaint cafe in Bridgetown with fantastic food and friendly service. I’ve dined at Josephines twice, and was quite happy with each food experience; especially because everything tasted so fresh! I will recommend getting an early reservation in the morning as all seating is outside, and can feel a little humid as the afternoon approaches.

Josephines has some unique names for their dishes, case in point: Weights and Measures – their twist on eggs benedict, which sat on top of a crispy, flavorful potato latke topped with a creamy house hollandaise. This was my favourite part of the dish, the potato latke resembled a hashbrown potato. Served on the side was a tasty turkey sausage, grilled tomatoes, caramelized onions, mushrooms and baked beans. If you’re feeling for an English breakfast, this fits the bill.

The Firehouse wins as my number one! It was made of sunny side-up eggs with a smoked and spiced medley of tomatoes, kale, bell peppers, and zucchini, garnished with feta cheese. Presented in a mini cast iron pan, the firehouse resembled a mouth watering fiesta as a breakfast dip! Bursting with flavour in every bite, served hot with the cheese still sizzling on top. The flat bread was crispy, soft and warm 🙂 – more bread was needed though to match the amount of “dip”!

To end, we indulged in the Belgium Waffles served with whipped cream, fresh wild berry compote, strawberries and bananas. The berry compote was lovely, sweet with a little tang. The waffles weren’t as moist as I would have liked, but nevertheless an enjoyable dish!

P.S. Each time I visited I washed down my meals with their very refreshing blended mint lemonades! A MUST when you visit!

As always, thank you for visiting Bajan Bite. I hope you enjoyed the read! 🙂

2 thoughts on “Josephines Cafe & Bistro

  1. I have been to Josephines several times enjoyed the experience each time…and yaaasssss the lemonade is the


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