Restaurants in Bermuda
Not surprisingly, seafood is plentiful on Bermuda. Locally caught fish like wahoo, rockfish, mahi mahi, and snapper are prepared using some traditional English cooking techniques. One local dish is called paw paw casserole, which is made of paw paw fruit, tomatoes, onions, beef, and cheese. Given the amount of travelers, there are a lot of Bermuda restaurants to choose from. If you’re looking to dine with the locals, then stop at the Black Horse Tavern in St. George’s Parish. We hear the fish sandwiches are delish. On the first Wednesday of every month, the restaurant hosts a rowdy Quiz Night.
Another great local spot is Hog Penny. Their menu includes dishes like wahoo bites (pieces of wahoo flavored with jerk spices and then fried), Bermuda fish chowder, bangers and mash, and plenty of other meat and seafood dishes. Starters are around $11 which main dishes average $20. For oceanfront views and piña coladas, try Breezes at the Cambridge Beaches Resort. Open for lunch and dinner, this restaurant offers Caribbean cuisine (like fire roasted rock lobster tail and braised oxtail) at a higher price point than the aforementioned options.
The cavernous former barrel-making factory at the Dockyard attracts families who come for the very British fare (pasties, fish and chips, shepherd’s pie) and large game arcade—bloody brilliant!
Here’s the place for killer raspberry scones, paintings by local artists, and north-shore gossip, a block from the waterfront.
This diner-style hangout, within walking distance of the Elbow Beach hotel, has thick chocolate milk shakes, roast turkey sandwiches, and fish chowder delivered to lime-green Formica tables.
Nibble scones with clotted cream under the gaze of British royals, whose portraits grace the walls of this storybook National Trust cottage.
Part of Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa, the Tamarisk Room serves locally inspired international cuisine inside a 200-year-old cottage.
With a location just two blocks from the bus station and one block from the ferry terminal, The Pickled Onion restaurant and bar serves traditional-yet-trendy dishes like macadamia-crusted brie and Asian tuna tartare.
Famous for its calamari and garlic bread, Portofino Bermuda was designed 26 years ago by owner Cesare Maranza to be reminiscent of his hometown. Portofino serves 17 varieties of pizza, as well as fresh homemade pasta (like pollo alla griglia), soups, and salads.
Bermuda’s first AAA Five-Diamond restaurant, the Newport Room is an upscale French restaurant housed in the Fairmont Southampton hotel. The interior is designed to resemble a luxury yacht, with mahogany paneling, brass accents, and white-clothed tables set with crystal and bone china.
Often lauded as one of the best restaurants on the island, Fourways Inn serves locally inspired Continental cuisine in a Georgian building dating back to 1727. Originally a private residence, the coral-and-cedar structure also served as a guesthouse for almost three centuries.
Located in the Fairmont Hamilton Princess hotel, The Heritage Court restaurant serves everything from small plates to full entrees for both lunch and dinner.
After a ploughman's lunch, take in the panoramic view upstairs.
Steak and chops are served in a cozy beamed room at this 17th-century dockside residence. Despite the grown-up setting, the waitstaff is amazingly attentive to children, cheerfully cutting meat and spreading napkins across laps.
Using New York cooking school experience and seasonal produce from her brother’s garden, owner Judith Wadson brings fresh, organic fare to her customers at Aggie’s Garden and Waterside Café. Housed in the lower level of Falconer House next to the water, Aggie’s greets guests wit