The Bahamas Restaurants

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The Bahamas Restaurants

  • Bahamian Food

    Nassau Restaurants

    Out of all the restaurants we ate at, Twin Brothers was the best. We loved the conch fritters (Bahamian specialty) and the strawberry daiquiris (the best). The drinks (non-alcoholic) were made with fresh ingredients. You can mix and match your desired fruit i.e. mango/strawberry, pineapple/mango, etc … The first time we went the waitress was nice,...

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  • Kentucky Fried Chicken

    Grand Bahama Island Restaurants

    We wanted to have lunch in Freeport and couldn't see any place to eat except Burger King, KFC, Subway etc. So we started out on foot to look for a place to eat. A local lady asked if she could help us, and we told her what we wanted. She led us to two local places but they were closed (as in not opening for lunch), so we finally ended up at KFC...

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  • The Columbus Tavern

    Paradise Island Restaurants

    The Columbus Tavern is located at the small boat harbour of Paradise Island. From the first floor of the restaurant you have a nice view over this harbour and the adjacent bay. Everything on the menu is OK, but try out the Bahamian coffee at the end.

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  • Jovaninis, Ltd.

    Freeport City Restaurants

    This is a tiny restaurant, so either make reservations or go really early. It is small and informal, but has really good food that is not expensive. The first time we were there, 6 couples were celebrating something, and the table stretched almost the full width of the restaurant. They wanted pictures taken of the whole group, so I did that (4...

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  • The Pub at Lucaya

    Lucaya Restaurants

    While roaming around the Market we got hungry and stopped in here. The food was pretty good, prices about average, the view was great, people were friendly but the service was OK at best, but all in all not a bad place to eat. This place was rather busy, we thought it kind of suprising for Christmas time. We would eat here again, the food range was...

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  • MacDuff's Bar & Grille

    Norman's Cay Restaurants

    The only place to eat on the island where someone else does the cooking is MacDuffs. We dinghied in one afternoon, and had drinks at the bar (didn't eat there). Bob had a sprite and I had a rum revenge without the rum. (Pineapple, orange & coconut). It was very good. During the super bowl, there was a super bowl party here, and the revelers tried...

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  • The Anchorage at Blue Water Resort

    Alice Town Restaurants

    Restaurant sits on the top of a the rise looking out over the Gulf Stream. Service is attentive, and thoughtful. I had a wonderful lobster special and Bob had the catch of the day. The bread was hot and they gave us a pitcher of iced tea. There was lemon cake for desert.

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  • The Anchorage at Bimini Blue Water

    North Bimini Restaurants

    Restaurant sits on the top of a the rise looking out over the Gulf Stream. There is a bar with a TV and also tables. Service is attentive, and thoughtful. I had a wonderful lobster special and Bob had the catch of the day. The bread was hot and they gave us a pitcher of iced tea. There was lemon cake for desert.

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  • Chub Cay Club

    Chub Cay Restaurants

    Restaurant is the only place to eat, and it has two sections - one for Club members and one for non- members. Restaurant good but expensive- cost $40 to $50 for the 2 of us to eat, picking the cheapest stuff (no $29 lobster), and drinking water. I asked for riggatoni, and after a considerable period they came back and said they were out of the...

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  • Cracker P's Bar & Gril

    Marsh Harbour Restaurants

    You can only get here by boat it sit's on 7 acres sea to sea with beaches on both sides beautifully landscaped with extensive lawns and a nature trail to take you to the other side. The restaurant sits 16' in the air with spectacular views of the Sea of Abaco and the Atlantic ocean and the surounding Cays. The food is all grilled in thier open...

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  • The Berry Island Club

    Frazer's Hog Cay Restaurants

    This is small restaurant that is mainly for the guests at the hotel or the marina but if you call from Chubb Cay, they will come and get you (for a fee) and take you back. You have to pay in cash - no checks or credit cards or even traveler's checks are accepted. It is really good fresh food-Bahamian/Cajan ranging from $12-$23 for an entree....

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  • Dockside Grille Old Bahama Bay

    West End Restaurants

    The only game in town unless they open the hamburger bar on the beach. Very nice restaurant overlooking the marina with linen napkins. Very expensive - one of the most expensive meals we had on our trip. Cost $59.00 including tip for two of us, drinking water and iced tea and ordering cheaper things on the menu. I can't remember what we ate. Their...

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  • Janet's Catering Service

    Highbourn Cay Restaurants

    Janet of Cool Runner (the name of a boat) makes very good bread (which we didn't get a chance to eat because of Bob's heart attack). She also will bring food to you if you ask by mid afternoon. You her call on the VHF radio (which is the method of communication on most of the islands). Janet catered an all-you-can eat (conch chowder, bbq ribs, mac...

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  • Bahamian food

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    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.

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  • Senor Frogs

    Nassau Restaurants

    For the young at heart that don't mind a crowded place with loud contemporary music blaring and people trying to karaoke. Small dance floor, enjoyed this place immensely even though the age group was younger. A good place to let your hair down and dance & sing the night away. Ordered several appetizers. The grouper was delicious, the nachos so-so,...

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  • Burger King

    Grand Bahama Island Restaurants

    When we went into Freeport on the jitney bus and went looking for a marine hardware store, tools and groceries, the Burger King was the first place we saw to eat. We looked everywhere, but were not able to find a local eatery. We didn't actually eat at Burger King, but the best we were able to do was KFC.

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  • Fathoms

    Paradise Island Restaurants

    The food was ok. You mainly just eat there and pay the price for the surrounding underwater aquarium. They have a couple of dancing and fire shows while you eat. They might pick you out to do some dancing routine (just how i was pulled into it) Conch Salad. DO NOT get mango flan. I ordered it despite my husband's protest and it was awful...

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  • Fat Man's Nephew

    Freeport City Restaurants

    This is NOT in Freeport City. It is in Lucaya Marketplace. On our previous visit this restaurant was being remodeled. It is upstairs over another restaurant. This time, we ate here when we were both groggy from being up for 36 hours. We were early for dinner and could sit on the rail and look out at the harbor and marina. The service was a little...

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  • Captain Bob's

    Alice Town Restaurants

    This place is in front of the Sea Crest Hotel and across the street from the Sea Crest Marina. It is not air conditioned- just has a fan, but it is good for breakfast and lunch- only open until about 2 pm. I've been here twice to have lunch after we crossed the Gulf Stream and checked in. Each time I've had the bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich...

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  • Lucaya - PIER ONE

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    The restaurant is basically three in one. They have a seafood menu, an upper class italian food and best of all sushi which just opened in November. The red dragon and fresh salmon is just delicious paired with saki. The night I went there were five or six sharks but the atmosphere was great and the food just wonderful. We went in the evening and...

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  • Paradise Island/Atlantis

    Nassau Restaurants

    My family and I were strolling on Bay Street when we spotted a resturant called "Skam's". The service was excellant, the lunch menu was large filling and delicious. Thay have the best conch fritters. The also have a childrens menu that was wonderful for my seven year old. Good food, good people and wonderful music. The seafood platter

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  • The Red Bar

    Grand Bahama Island Restaurants

    Since we stayed in a villa, we did most of eating in the air conditioning of the villa.---Most of the restaurants we went into weren't air conditioned! But the little place we stayed at had a bar b q grill associated with it, where they cooked during the day for snorkeling visitors. We did get some good grilled chicken sandwiches, as well as...

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  • The Cafe at the Great Hall of Waters

    Paradise Island Restaurants

    Atlantis has 17 restaurants of a large variety of types. This is one of two restaurants where you can look at the fish while you eat. There is a picture of the restaurant on the Atlantis website. The ceiling is two stories up. The restaurant is down a level from the ground level, with the aquarium in a semi-circle around the side of the...

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  • Red Lion

    Alice Town Restaurants

    Lots of locals. Has somewhat disconnected service - lady that took our order didn't bring it, and we asked someone else, and then both of them brought it so we had two. I had calamari and Bob had snapper. The food was good

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  • Nassau - Compass Point

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    Compass Point. Also a small boutique hotel, Compass Point is a quirky, colorful place perched over the sea. Located on two private acres of Love Beach. The restaurant at Compass Point serves Californian-Caribbean cuisine on the oceanfront and features critically acclaimed dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Full breakfast is served from 7:30 am...

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  • Conch Fritters

    Nassau Restaurants

    We went to eat at Conch Fritters Bar and Grill, Nassau Bahamas, we were a group of 30 people, and let me tell you it is the best. Excellent food and great service. We ordered the famous Conch Fritters the Conch Salad the Crack Conch, wow and the Kalik beer, this is the best experience in Nassau. The food is just excellent. This reataurant is very...

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  • Lucaya-Jovaninis Cafe

    Grand Bahama Island Restaurants

    This is a tiny restaurant in the Lucaya marketplace, so either make reservations or go really early. It is small and informal, but has really good food that is not expensive. The first time we were there, 6 couples were celebrating something, and the table stretched almost the full width of the restaurant. They wanted pictures taken of the whole...

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  • Lagoon Bar and Grill

    Paradise Island Restaurants

    This is the place with the shells everywhere and a really cool mural of marinelife on the inside of the dome. The food here was pretty good, I enjoyed my meal at least. One con is that it's outside, and if you go to Atlantis during hurricane season like us, it may rain quite frequently, so just prepare to get very wet if it does, unless you're the...

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  • Fishermans

    Alice Town Restaurants

    This restaurant is down at the south end next to the End of the World bar If the weather is good you can sit outside on the deck. We didn't do that because it was cold and windy I had fried chicken. Ask what they have before you order. Provisioning is apparently hit or miss in Bimini and it does no good to look at the menu and decide when they are...

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  • Lucaya - Pisces Seafood House & Pizzeria

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    This is the best restaurant we have ate at while visiting the island. The food is extremely good, the atmosphere is fantastic and the staff is very polite. Their prices are a little bit higher than the other restaurants but it is worth every penny. You should eat here once while vacationing.

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  • Cafe Johnny Canoe

    Nassau Restaurants

    Eating at Johnny Canoe was a disappointment. I came all the way from Moscow and very excited to eat their food. The music was very load and you could hear the nasty chef talking and making jokes. This is a joke of a restaurant and the food was very bad, I guess they need to find a better chef. I am very disappointed at this place. This Restaurant...

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  • Fortuna Beach Resort

    Grand Bahama Island Restaurants

    During Christmas break in 1992, we stayed at what was then called Fortuna Beach Club. Today, it is called Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort. It was then, and still is, an all-inclusive resort. We still rave about the delicious food served there. All three meals were provided in a buffet style. The presentation of food was beautiful, and all that...

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  • Dune Restaurant

    Paradise Island Restaurants

    The food was innovation, combining the known French classics with the Caribbean flair. Everything we had there was fantastic. It's been about 2 years since i was there so I wish I wrote more details about it (since I love talking about food).

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  • Lucaya - Shenanigan's Irish Pub

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    We went to Shenanigans one night for Dinner and had a great experience. The food was great and so were the drinks. Definately get a long island if you go it was really good! The Escargot was excellent!!

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  • Compass Point Restaurant

    Nassau Restaurants

    This is a tourist trap above all else. This restaurant has a captive audience for the most part staying at their resort. I have stayed on many Caribbean islands and Nassau's selection and choices are minimal at best. This restaurant is not worth the money. For three of us with one bottle of wine we paid $258.00. We ordered two Bahama Mamas and I...

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  • Nassau - Crocodiles

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    Every Tuesday, Nick Wardle meets any of the cruisers who are anchored (or in marinas) in Nassau for lunch. Nick is the Seven Seas Association contact person for Nassau. The cruisers who are anchored come by boat and tie up to the dinghy dock, and it is Dutch treat - they seat us outside - we pick our own tables - no reservations needed. Lunch for...

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  • Outback Steakhouse

    Nassau Restaurants

    My husband persuaded me that we could walk from downtown Nassau back to the marina. He said it wasn't far. This place was about halfway along, and we stopped for dinner and to rest. That meant that we had to walk the rest of the way (at least another 1/3 mile) in the dark. The website says: "Dine on delicious steaks seasoned to perfection, ribs,...

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  • Lucaya - The Ferry House at Pelican Bay

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    Pelican Bay is one of the hotels at Lucaya. The first year we were here, the shuttle from Lucaya Village stopped at the Pelican Bay restaurant. Then it would go around to the pool and pool bar side and let us off and we'd walk around to the market place and when we were finished shopping or eating, we'd get the water taxi back. The picture is a...

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  • The Poop Deck Restaurant and Bar

    Nassau Restaurants

    We walked down from our marina to eat at a restaurant farther in on Bay Street and discovered that it wasn't open on Sunday, so we walked across the street and ate here. It was very crowded because it is popular, but we got there early so we got in without too much difficulty. The dining area looks out over the marina. Dinner for 2 was...

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  • Lucaya - Zorba's Authentic Greek Cuisine

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    Zorba's has the atmosphere of a typical Greek sub shop or pizza place, although their menu is more varied. I enjoyed Zorba's, but it was twice the price I'd pay at home. Unfortunately, it's cheap for Grand Bahama. I got the Zorba Platter, which was a sampler of chicken, shish and gyro meat with salad and fries.

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  • Crocodiles

    Nassau Restaurants

    Every Tuesday, Nick Wardle meets any of the cruisers who are anchored (or in marinas) in Nassau for lunch. Nick is the Seven Seas Association contact person for Nassau. The cruisers who are anchored come by boat and tie up to the dinghy dock, and it is Dutch treat - they seat us outside - we pick our own tables - no reservations needed. Lunch for...

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  • Paradise Island - Green Parrot Cafe

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    Great food, sandwich and burger joint. This open air cafe sits right next to the impressive boats docked at Hurricane Hole on Paradise Island. Very casual and low key the prices are reasonable ( a shocker in Nassau) and the staff great. You get the feeling that alot of the people eating there come back year after year. Lobster wrap - fresh and...

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  • Ichiban

    Nassau Restaurants

    The food was so-so, nothing to go out of your way for. But the service was terrible. Absolutely terrible. Employees standing around while customers look for service. The manager doesn't know what he is doing. He was just standing around with his employees, basically ignoring the customers. Bottled water.

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  • Hotels

    The Bahamas Restaurants

    The resort was all inclusive, so I ate there everynight. The dinners were fabulous & always fresh. Usually something that was caught right at the beach. Grouper, lobster, etc. Conch fritters were very good. Also, the last night I had New Zealand lamb tips with mint jelly. I don't usually eat lamb, but I cleaned my plate that night.

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  • Athena

    Nassau Restaurants

    Tried it out and wound up returning several times during our Nassau vacation. Great food, attentive staff, good prices, casual and comfortable setting (though a fair bit of street noise at this busy intersection.) Right in the heart of what's happening, with markets catering to the cruise ship travelers. Though some distance from our beach hotel,...

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