A Foodies Guide To Bermuda

Heading to Bermuda? If so here is a map to all the foodie hotspots in Bermuda where you need to eat. When visiting you need to try the wahoo nuggets (think chicken nuggets but with fish), wahoo tacos, spiny lobster (when it is in season) and fish chowder. If you are looking to try their local cocktails, try ordering a Rum Swizzle which is a rum punch or the Dark and Stormy which is rum and ginger beer both of which contain local Gosling’s rum.

 

Foodies Guide To Bermuda: Resturants

Marcus’s Bermuda – Marcus’s Bermuda is the only restaurant helmed by a celebrity chef in Bermuda. Marcus Samuelsson who won Top Chef Masters and the world-renowned chef behind New York’s acclaimed Red Rooster serves modern twists of traditional Bermudian cuisine.

Favorite bite(s): fish chowder bites + crispy buttermilk cauliflower

Foodies Guide To Bermuda

fish chowder bites

Foodies Guide To Bermuda

crispy buttermilk cauliflower topped with BBQ sauce and sesame mayo

Foodies Guide To Bermuda

honey rosemary glazed lamb with kimchi chrystaphine, blistered tomato, & turnips

Foodies Guide To Bermuda

dessert special of the day – dark rum chocolate lava cake

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

 

1609 Restaurant – Serving fresh fish 1609 Restaurant offers a magnificent view of the water either indoors or from their patio. For dessert, you need to order a sundae which you can customize with your choice of two flavors of Alex + Petes icecream which is a local ice cream company.

Favorite bite(s): ahi tuna poke salad and flatbread

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

ahi tuna poke salad with avocado, rice, scallions and a sesame dressing.

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

flatbread

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

burrata salad

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

lobster roll

 

READ MORE: Bermuda Travel Guide: What To See + Do

 

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

spicy coconut mussels

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

key lime tart

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

Alex + Petes ice cream

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

Swizzle creme brulee

 

Devils Isle Cafe – This hip coffee shop is an amazing breakfast spot serving fresh fruit smoothies, avocado on toast and other delicious healthy offerings.

Favorite bite: avocado toast

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

avocado toast with a side of poached eggs

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

fresh smoothies and juices

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

 

Woody’s Sports Bar – Woody’s is a favorite place with the locals to get a fish sandwich to go (often taken as lunch while boating). At Woody’s you get a massive fish sandwich which is served on raisin bread. Be warned this sandwich is enormous so go hungry.

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

 

Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio – Wahoo’s is a casual restaurant that has a large patio where you can enjoy dining next to the water.

Favorite bite: wahoo tacos

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

wahoo fish tacos and wahoo fish nuggets

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

dark and stormy

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

conch fritters

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

Rum swizzle

Foodies Guide To Bermuda - Where To Eat and Drink in Bermuda

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