What’s in a word? In the case of Terasu Kafe, the name pretty much says it all. Terasu is the Japanese word that means “terrace”. “Kafe” is deliberately spelled with a ‘k’ to suggest an international menu far wider than the typical terrace café’s.
Come to Terasu Kafe’s peaceful dining room off the beaten track (even though still on the main road!) seven days a week for breakfast or lunch (and, in season, dinner). Choose from full American,English or Bajan breakfasts (which all start with eggs but follow their own national paths towards pancakes and bacon etc, sausage and baked beans etc or fish cakes and pumpkin fritters etc).
On Sunday, Terasu serves breakfast until well after lunch! (1pm.) Grab a pre-packaged breakfast and hit the road if you’re rushing – but you’re welcome to sit and sip fresh orange juice and quality Lavazza coffee and Harney & Sons teas. You can get lunch at Terasu, too, including sushi on Fridays! Business people love the quiet mood music for working lunches. A real sanctuary from the hustle and bustle!
We are open 7 Days per Week!
All day Breakfast Sundays!
Open 7:30 – 4:30pm Weekdays–(Saturday until 2pm and Sunday until 1pm)
See the Menu