Bermuda offers delectable food options

Best known for it’s incredible beaches, Bermuda is not only an island paradise because of its pure sands and warm tides, but the island is also on the map for having some delectable food options. Bermudians have a unique flavor and style of cooking, one that transcends to the local dishes as well as the translated dishes of the chefs successfully attempting to infuse those Bermudian flavors into their inventive creations. Whether the food comes from a luxury resort, local storefront or a tiny, unassuming yacht club, all of our options are mouth-watering and worth a visit the next time you are escaping to this jewel in the Atlantic Ocean.

The Loren Pink Beach: The Loren five-star resort celebrates spectacular views. The culinary team offers a casual interpretation of its commitment to seasonal locally sourced cuisine. This breezy, casual atmosphere is the perfect setting to enjoy Bermuda’s premier burger. Beyond your table are dramatic ocean views and a truly captivating backdrop. Menu Tip: Although the seafood options are incredible, if you’re in the mood for red meat, order the Chimichurri Rubbed Hanger Steak with hand cut steak fries, Béarnaise and truffle oil.

Marcus’ Bermuda:  With panoramic harbor views, a lively open kitchen and world-renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson at the helm, Marcus’ makes a stylish setting for dinner or cocktails at the legendary Hamilton Princess & Beach Club. A fixture on U.S. series like Top Chef and Iron Chef America, Samuelsson expertly fuses Bermuda’s British and African culinary influences, preparing elevated island classics with locally sourced ingredients and bold flavors. Menu Tip: Start with Fish Chowder Bites, Jerk Pork Belly or Grilled Bermudian Onion, and enjoy the spicy whole-roasted fish entree made with the day’s fresh catch. Don’t miss the Darker & Stormier – Marcus’ twist on Bermuda’s signature rum drink.

Village Pantry: Village Pantry in Hamilton is a family-friendly restaurant, with international cuisine for breakfast/lunch/dinner and delicious Sunday brunch. Village Pantry’s goal is to serve delicious, fresh, natural and nutritious food with creativity and passion in a contemporary environment that excites the senses and rejuvenates the spirit. Menu Tip: Go for breakfast and order the Cod Fish Benedict with house made cod fish cake, poached eggs, avocado and spicy hollandaise sauce.

East End Mini Yacht Club: The East End Mini Yacht Club is located right on the harbor in St. George. Guests can park or store their boats, participate in water sports, lounge by the pool, start their Sunday’s with brunch, and end their weekdays with happy hour at the full service bar. It is best known for its Sunday breakfast. Menu Tip: This is the real deal. Codfish breakfast is the traditional Sunday breakfast meal and this place hasn’t upgraded or altered the traditional recipe that originated in the 18th century.

Rosewood Tucker’s Point Beach Club: An all-in-one resort dedicated to pleasure and leisure, the five-star Beach Club not only includes Bermuda’s largest private beach, but also two freshwater swimming pools. Diners will delight at the seasonal open-air Beach Club Restaurant, dining terrace and bar pavilion, which overlooks the picturesque South Shore and Atlantic Ocean. With the shaded pergola perched above a pink sand beach, it offers a dramatic setting for lunch and dinner, offset by the casually elegant atmosphere and simple, sophisticated menus. Menu Tip: Enjoy the killer salad options during the day, including the Paleo Salad Bowl served with artisan lettuce, bermy fresh micro greens, vegetable shavings, avocado, fresh chick peas, toasted cashews, honey, turmeric and ginger dressing.

Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio: Wahoo’s restaurant is located in the historic town of St. George’s. Owned and operated by Alfred Konard and Geza Wolfe, both owners bring with them decades of combined restaurant experience. The waterfront location is a perfect spot to enjoy both indoor and patio dining, and the menu features a variety of delicious options. Wahoo’s also offers a full bar service with specialty drinks, liqueurs and coffees. Menu Tip: Try Wahoo’s specials, especially the award-winning Bermuda Fish Chowder, certified Angus Beef, daily blackboard specials, homemade desserts, including imported Italian Bindi Gelato.

 

Whether the food comes from a luxury resort, local storefront or a tiny, unassuming yacht club, all of our options are mouth-watering.