21 November 2017

 
5 best restaurants in Bahamas
Our favourite places to eat. Enjoy awesome food and stunning decor.
1.
Café Matisse
Our number one in Nassau
Step out of the Bahamas and into little Italy at Café Matisse, named for the artists’ prints and impressions dotted around the restaurant. Specialising in homemade pasta, seafood, real Italian pizza and delicious desserts, the menu changes every three months so there’s always a new treat to try. Eat al fresco in the courtyard or on the veranda and sample a wide range of fine wines while enjoying dishes like crab, lobster and rack of lamb. A quiet retreat from the bustle of downtown Nassau.
PO Box 849, Nassau, Bahamas  
Tel: (242) 356 7012   www.cafe-matisse.com
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Flying Fish
For sumptuous seafood
Freeport’s most fantastic fine dining venue, Flying Fish ticks all the boxes. Serving food nearly all day – from brunch to evening happy hour and beyond – the creative cuisine served here is based on local seafood and traditional Bahamian ingredients. Plus, the executive chef Tim Tibbitts was recently named one of the top 25 in the Caribbean by Caribbean Journal. Set on the waterfront, the restaurant has a swanky feel and prides itself on sophisticated service. Enjoy one of the best upscale dining experiences on the islands.
Seahorse Road at Pelican Bay Hotel, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 373 4363 www.flyingfishbahamas.com
Tel: (242) 302 9150 www.graycliff.com
3.
Graycliff
History in the making
Built by pirates and once housing a prison, the historic Graycliff Hotel is home to one of the Bahamas’ very best restaurants. Dishes prepared with secret recipes have long been enjoyed by the rich and famous, from Muscovy Duck to conch chowder, all accompanied by wines from the world-renowned cellar with more than 250,000 bottles from over 400 vintners in 15 countries. This is the perfect place to try Bahamian cuisine with an international twist and relax with an after-dinner cognac or cigar.
Graycliff Restaurant, 8-12 West Hill Street, PO Box 10246, Nassau, Bahamas
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The Landing
Finesse and fresh fish
A local favourite with welcoming staff and a beautiful location within a boutique hotel, The Landing serves a contemporary menu inspired by fresh local produce and fresh-caught local fish and seafood. Work through the varied wine list and sample main dishes like beef tenderloin and pan-roast lobster, while a separate children’s menu caters well for little ones. Finish off with an unforgettable dessert such as the Banana Brown Sugar Upside Down Cake – a true taste of the Bahamas!
The Landing, PO Box 190, Harbour Island, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 333 2707/333 2740 www.harbourislandlanding.com/restaurant.html
5.
Nobu
A Japanese journey
One of the many restaurants set within the legendary Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, this is the Bahamian branch of the world-famous Nobu. Foodies familiar with the fine dining experience here will be the first to feast upon the chef’s traditional Japanese fare with a fabulous twist. Whether you sit in the main dining area, in a more intimate side area or in the sleek bar, you can sip on creative cocktails, authentic sake and chilled wines in one of the world’s most famous restaurants.
Nobu Bahamas Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 363 3000 www.noburestaurants.com/bahamas
 
 
 
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