Great restaurants in Bermuda come in a good variety, from casual hole-in-the-wall eateries to swish fine-dining digs. The beautiful Caribbean island is complemented by a rich culinary heritage, with time-old traditions blending British and Portuguese cuisines.

    Below are top picks of some of Bermuda’s unmissable culinary spots – each of these venues serves at least some traditional Bermudan cuisine. What’s more, our recommendations cover all corners of the island, so you’re bound to find a cool spot to try Bermudan flavours nearby.


    Village Pantry

    A superb Bermudan restaurant in Flatts Village

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    Village Pantry is in the laidback seaside settlement of Flatts Village and is a great go-to option for hungry travellers on the eastern side of the island. The well-established roadside spot serves hearty seafood dishes made from traditional Bermudan recipes – it’s one of the best places for local cuisine.

    For a light meal, try their famous cauliflower and fresh fish poke bowls. The crisp pork belly and house-smoked salmon are more decadent options, both presented with a generous serving of sides. To spice things up a notch, the Bermuda fish curry comes in a tasty cashew korma sauce.

    Location: 8 N Shore Rd, Flatts Village, Bermuda

    Open: Monday–Thursday from 11.30 am to 10 pm, Friday–Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm

    Phone: +1 441-478-2300


    Marcus’ Bermuda

    Outstanding Caribbean comfort food in Hamilton

    Marcus’ Bermuda is a beloved Hamilton diner that’s the brainchild of a celebrity chef known for the Red Rooster in New York City. Marcus brings his passion for uncomplicated comfort food to Bermuda in style. The elegant seafood venue features floor-to-ceiling windows and a breezy terrace for alfresco feasts.

    The hearty menu won’t do your waistline any favours. Even so, the signature fried chicken and garlic-honey slathered waffles are well worth the extra calorie intake. For a true treat, try the Obama short ribs, which earned a presidential tick of approval. Seafood soups and banana leaf-wrapped curries, on the other hand, appeal to those watching their weight.

    Location: 76 Pitts Bay Rd, Hamilton HM 08, Bermuda

    Open: Monday–Saturday from noon to 3 pm and 6 pm to midnight, Sunday from noon to 3 pm and 6 pm to 10 pm

    Phone: +1 441-298-2028


    Blu Bar and Grill

    A varied menu with superb Belmont Hills and harbour views

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    Blu Bar and Grill does an eclectic menu of traditional Caribbean dishes and international favourites in the ritzy Belmont Hills of Bermuda. The venue sits near the sea atop a verdant golf course, offering sweeping views of the Great Sound inlet. Sit outside, if the weather’s nice, to watch the action unfold in the harbour.

    On the menu, you’ll find a wide range of recipes from all corners of the globe – think daring fusion dishes, spicy Asian curries, refined Italian pasta, and scrumptious sushi. It’s a great choice when you can’t agree on what to eat because all parties will likely find what they’re craving here.

    Location: 25 Belmont Drive Warwick BM WK06, Bermuda

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 6 pm to 10 pm, Sunday from 6 pm to 8.45 pm

    Phone: +1 441-232-2323


    Mad Hatters

    An eccentric seafood establishment in Hamilton

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    Mad Hatters is a zany seafood haunt in Bermuda that lives up to its name with a slew of oddball headdresses hanging from the rafters. Feel free to pop one on. While the vibe and décor mix whimsical with nonsensical, the chefs at this well-known Hamilton establishment don’t mess around.

    Delectable seafood delicacies include Thai coconut curry and ginger aioli-infused crab cakes. The garlic sauce smothered mussels are must-tries, too. Vegetarians will find better options than most Bermudan eateries, and each dish comes served with warm hospitality from cheerful waiters.

    Location: 22 Richmond Rd, Hamilton, Bermuda

    Open: Tuesday–Friday from noon to 2 pm and 6 pm to 9 pm, Saturday from 6 pm to 9 pm

    Phone: +1 441-297-6231


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    Mickey’s Beach Bistro and Bar

    Scenic spot with outstanding Mediterranean and Caribbean cuisine

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    Mickey’s Beach Bistro and Bar, part of the sprawling Elbow Beach Resort, serves a tempting selection of Caribbean and Mediterranean fare with a dreamy ocean view. The laidback, open-air dining deck sits flush with the sand so you can watch the calm, lapping waves as you enjoy your meal.

    The menu has a keen focus on fresh seafood – ingredients are sourced from local fishermen. Highlights include the honey mustard-glazed grilled salmon with avocado and mango salsa, or the surf n’ turf – an 8-ounce tenderloin with king prawns. Advance bookings are recommended due to its popularity.

    Location: 60 South Shore, Elbow Beach, Sea Terrace, Paget PG 04, Bermuda


    Fourways Restaurant & Inn

    A sophisticated Paget venue with a live pianist nightly

    Fourways Restaurant & Inn serves refined French recipes and juicy steakhouse treats from an elegant 18th-century cottage in Paget Parish. You won’t get a sea view here, but the cosy limestone-enclosed enclave makes up for it with impeccable service and a live pianist every night.

    Order the traditional Bermuda fish chowder to kick-start proceedings, which comes smothered in sherry peppers and Gosling’s Black Seal Rum. Landlubbers can’t go past Fourway’s famous Steak Diane Flambé, complete with mushrooms, Cognac, fondant potatoes, and a touch of cream. On Sundays, the venue puts on a family-friendly brunch with oriental flavours hailing from the Philippines to Japan.

    Location: 1 Middle Rd, Paget, Bermuda

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 6 pm to 10 pm, Sunday from 11.30 am to 3.30 pm


    Breezes Restaurant

    International and Caribbean cuisine on a breezy coast

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    Breezes Restaurant occupies a wonderful position on the westward-facing Long Bay in Bermuda, making it an idyllic setting for sunset dining with cool sea breezes. Unsurprisingly, the prime beachfront tables get snapped up quickly, so reserve ahead of time to secure your spot.

    Come during the day and you’ll be able to choose from a tempting array of light lunches like zesty salads and fresh fish sandwiches that come on lightly toasted raisin bread and smothered in tartar sauce. International and Caribbean cuisine dominates the dinner menu. Highlights include the almond banana crusted rockfish and the flame-grilled Angus steak with black rum-braised baby Bermuda onions.

    Location: 30 Kings Point Road, Somerset Village MA 02, Bermuda

    Open: Wednesday–Monday from noon to 5 pm and 7 pm to 10 pm, Tuesday from noon to 5 pm

    Phone: +1 441-234-0331


    The Pink Beach Club

    All-day dining on the scenic Pink Beach

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    The Pink Beach Club, which overlooks the rose-hued sands of Bermuda’s iconic Pink Beach, serves a rotating menu of tasty Caribbean and international dishes. The sophisticated venue sits inside the Loren Hotel and serves its refined culinary creations on an indoor-outdoor deck.

    Smoked salmon benedict is your best bet for breakfast and comes with spinach, a fluffy English muffin, and a smear of Béarnaise sauce. Lunch is all about sandwiches and veggie-laden Buddha bowls, while the dinner menu packs a punch with succulent meats and freshly caught fish. Our pick? Give the prosciutto barded filet mignon a go.

    Location: 116 South Shore Road, Tucker’s Town HS 01, Bermuda

    Open: Daily from 7 am to 10 pm


    Blackbeard’s Hideout

    Mediterranean-Bermudan fare served in a secluded cove

    Blackbeard’s Hideout serves fresh Caribbean-style fare in Achilles Bay, a stone’s throw from the historic St Catherine Fort. Despite its location on the island’s east end, the secluded cove faces west for epic sunset views.

    Most dishes come with a distinctly Mediterranean twist – try Blackbeard’s calamari with mango aioli sauce. There’s plenty on the menu to appease meat-eaters, as well – the beefsteak club sandwich is a hit for its sautéed mushrooms and soft Swiss cheese. Save room for dessert, if you can, because the cheesecake here also gets a frequent mention.

    Location: 5 Coot Pond Rd, St George’s, Bermuda

    Phone: +1 441-297-1200


    D&C Grill West

    No-frills Jamaican classics in downtown Hamilton

    D&C Grill West in Southampton Parish does a rotating menu of homely Jamaican cuisine. It’s a no-frills venue, so don’t expect silver service or dreamy sea views. Instead, you’ll get a massive portion of authentic mom-and-pop-style fare at a very reasonable price.

    Can’t decide what to eat? The jerk chicken and curried goat are the 2 bestsellers, although you can’t go wrong with the barbeque ribs or braised oxtail. Most dishes come with a generous portion of rice and peas or mac and cheese.

    Location: 2 Middle Rd, Bermuda

    Open: Monday–Thursday from 6.45 am to 9 pm, Friday–Saturday from 6.45 am to 9.30 pm (closed on Sundays)

    Phone: +1 441-292-5991

    Harry Stewart | Contributing Writer

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