Quick-and-easy favorites, casual al fresco island meals and fine dining experience – all these and much more awaits you at hugely popular tourist paradise The Bahamas. Head to the capital city of Nassau to satisfy your taste buds amidst scenic settings and a wide choice of dining options ranging from the traditional Bahamian cuisine to Asian-fusion, Italian and French! Whether you choose to enjoy your meals at famous resorts, seaside grills and bars, fast-food spots, restaurants or beachfront cafes, look forward to an amazing experience during your vacation in the Caribbean Island nation The Bahamas. Let’s take a look at some of the best dining options available on Nassau Paradise Island.
The 5-star dining establishment Graycliff Restaurant offers a unique Nassau experience. Tourists visiting The Bahamas flock to the restaurant to taste its specially created continental cuisine with an astounding Bahamian twist. Dining at this colonial-style, historic mansion along with your friends is simply an amazing experience. The restaurant boasts of an award-winning wine cellar offering more than 250,000 bottles catering to every budget and taste. The meals here are though expensive and you will need to come with a fat wallet. You can also look forward to enjoying signature coffee and chocolate, and hand-rolled cigars. Before visiting the restaurant make sure that you book your table in advance.
The Mesa Grill is lofty dining room overlooking the sea and is awesomely hip in design. The menu created by celebrity chef Bobby Flay will leave you yearning for more and more. Just sample all that’s on offer here – pan-seared mahi with coconut curry, crispy conch appetizers, spiced chicken skewers with mango vinaigrette, chipotle-glazed rib-eye, manchego cheese and red pepper sauce, cornmeal-crusted chile relleno filled with roasted eggplant, ancho chile-honey glazed salmon with spicy black bean sauce and roasted jalapeno crema, barbecued duck appetizer and blue corn pancake. You can also look forward to enjoying a cactus pear margarita offered at the wonderful red terrazzo-style bar.
Dune is one of the two Bahamas eateries added to the expanding list of innovative restaurants by world-famous celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Dune has become great favorites with the visitors for its creative fusion of French and Asian cuisines, with a hint of native Bahamian flavour. The menu here is undoubtedly unique, though expensive. You can look forward to a great dining experience for dinner, lunch or breakfast. The delectable cuisines to be enjoyed here include cheesecake with blood orange, Bahamian lobster with light curry and plantains, goat cheese fondue with frisee and red pear vinaigrette, and chicken and coconut milk soup with shiitake cakes.
The acclaimed Nobu restaurant is owned by globally renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa, who opened restaurants with similar name in various world-class cities such as Tokyo, Milan, Dallas, Miami, Las Vegas, London and New York City. The Atlantis’ Nobu is Nassau is sleek and elegant akin to others in the chain, and the food here is equally impressive. Sashimi and Sushi are at the heart of Nobu’s menu. However, you can also look forward to other cuisines as well such as seafood tempura, pork belly with spicy miso, scallops wasabi, and steaks.