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This is a specialty coffee house and cyber cafe that we saw when walking up from the ship. They serve breakfast and lunch.
Favorite Dish: I didn't realize that they also had tea and other iced and hot drinks and sandwiches, so I never stopped in.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: #8 York Street, St. George's
This pub is right on the square in St. George so it is ideally situated for lunch. It has seating right outside on the canal for good weather. They have the typical Bermuda shutters on the window. We ate there in 1995.
I have found out from information on the internet that this place may now serve pizza, and/or that it was out of business for a time.
Favorite Dish: Most people seem to love this place. Bob ordered a hamburger and I ordered a Ploughman's lunch. I didn't know what that was, but it sounded interesting.
The service was terrible, I thought the prices were high, and I hated the food. I found out later that I don't like the stuff in a Ploughman's lunch.
But Bob didn't like his hamburger much either, and there wasn't much of what food there was. We fed the ducks with most of it.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 1 N King's Square
We had lunch at the Carriage House as part of NCL's Dine Ashore program. For each adult in our party, $5 was charged to our shipboard account in exchange for a $25 voucher good at select restaurants in Bermuda. At the Carriage House, we were able to select items off the regular menu, then apply the $25 ($100 for the four of us) toward our bill.
The Carriage House is located on the water, and if the weather's nice, al fresco dining is available. But it was windy and chilly while we were there, so we ate in the dining room. We were traveling with our 11-month-old, which I believe, along with the vouchers, contributed to the generally indifferent (bordering on haughty) service we received (mostly from the host/waiter in the Bermuda shorts. The water guy was friendly.)
Favorite Dish: We managed to spend well over our $100, even just with lunch. Mom had shrimp, Dad had steak, hubby had Fish n Chips. I had just appetizers and soup: escargots, fish chowder (tasted a bit like tortilla soup), and conch fritters (mostly breading, very little meat). Baby had Puffed Rice from a ziplock. :) We were seated away from other patrons, which was good since she got antsy by the end of the meal.
The food was OK, but honestly, we'd had better food on the ship (and NCL isn't really known for its food). I had a decent cappuccino, which wasn't included with the voucher, and wasn't any better than what we'd had onboard either.
The reason NCL does the voucher program is to allow passengers to sample the local cuisine and give some business to local restaurants. Granted, the meal was a bargain with the vouchers, but if I were paying full price I'd have been disappointed.
Written Nov 20, 2006
Address: Water St.
Phone: (441) 297 1270 or (441) 297 173
There was a pub downstairs, but we went upstairs and ate overlooking the square. There were a lot of people in uniform (ship or airline I couldn't tell) eating here. This was a very nice places to eat, and not too expensive for Bermuda.
Favorite Dish: I had the souper sandwich for $9.95 (the sandwich
part was egg salad), and Bob had chicken fingers -total $21.01.
Updated Aug 2, 2005
Address: King's Sq., Town of St. George
Phone: (441) 297-1717
There are four stores in Bermuda - I saw this sign in St. George, but if there is a store in St. George it's too new to be on the website yet.
Favorite Dish: Create Your Own Pizza
6" 10" 14"
8 slices 12 slices
5.50 11.00 16.00
.50 1.00 1.50
Toppings: Pepperoni, sausage,ham, hamburger, bacon, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, pineapple, hot peppers, black olives, anchovies, tomatoes, extra cheese & thick crust.
Written Nov 23, 2004
Phone: 297- 3434
Smart Casual, Inexpensive Pricing, Located in St. George's Parish
I never ate here
Favorite Dish: Fish Chowder, Peas and Rice, Local Fish, Mac and Cheese, and Pizza
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 14 Water Street
Phone: 297- 3227