Bishops Point was recommended to us by a local. The restraunt was right on the ocean and the food was great. We tried the fried shrimp, clamari and some snapper. It's a little out of the way from Lucaya and freeport but well worth it. The beach is beautiful and the drive was nice too.
I can't remember the name of this one little restaurant, but it was on a side street.
Favorite Dish: I had conch fritters for the first time in my life.
Not bad. You can get the best pina coladas in the world, in the bahamas.
THERE ARNT MANY RESTAURANTS ON THE ISLAND AS MOST HOTELS ARE ALL INCLUSIVE, BUT THE FOOD ON THE WHOLE IS VERRY NICE, MOSTLY SEA FOOD. CONCH FRITTERS ARE ABSOLUTLEY BEAUTIFULL AND AN AFFRODISIAC TOO!!
Favorite Dish: CONCH FRITTERS!!
The Bahamas are famous for creative methods of serving conch meat (pronounced 'conk'). There's fried, boiled, steamed, etc. Give it a shot - it tasted a bit to me like oysters.
And who can forget Bahama Mamas?! This fruity concoction tastes exactly the way you would expect the Bahamas to taste - a little bit of berry, a little bit of peach, and a whole lot of rum! YUMMY! But be cautious of these, because more than one can... um... alter your personality! ;)
I really wish that I should have tried some of the local food. My friend and I only ate small snacks until we got back to the ship. We did stop buy a shop for ice cream.
Favorite Dish: At the ice cream shop we had ice cream sandwiches.
You should definetely try bahamian CONCH SALAD & CONCH FRITTERS
"Bahamian version of Sushi"
Conch is the national dish of the Bahamas, and Goldies serves up the freshest at its walk-up Conch Bar
Favorite Dish: Most dishes center around seafood like conch or rock lobster. Crayfish is what passes for lobster. Grouper is widely served.
Favorite Dish: Conch is the favorite delicacy there. I dare you to try conch salad, conch fritters, raw conch, conch burgers, conch chowder and scotched conch.