Continental Cuisine on Bermuda

If you're a big fan of Continental cuisine, you might find yourself with a chance to satisfy your hunger. You may be a bit limited in your options, but there are a few places on Bermuda serving this style of food.

Your plate will be full of choices, from the fine dining destination known as Tom Moore's Tavern to the fantastic dinner and lunch at Bolero Brasserie, you're sure to locate a menu item that tempts your taste buds.

Take time to get a taste for the limited selection of Continental places you could be curious about during your vacation. Click on one of the options to see more important info about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.

Waterlot Inn

Southampton Parish | (866) 540-4497

Waterlot Inn

Waterlot Inn is a part of Fairmont Southampton Bermuda Resort, and is a good option for vacationers who are going to be visiting this area of Bermuda. If you're wondering, Hamilton is four miles (six kilometers) to the northeast. You certainly don't want to pass up Southampton Parish when you have a strong hankering for steak.

Fresh ingredients and prime aged meats mean that this menu is filled with offerings considered to be the best of the best.

Griffin's Bistro

St. George | (441) 297-1200 ext. 331

Griffin's Bistro is situated toward the western outskirts of St. George. The atmosphere here is decidedly formal, which means those who want to indulge, celebrate, or simply experience Continental fare should learn more.

The menu at Griffin's revolves around imported steaks and fresh, local seafood, though specialty nights give the chefs an opportunity to serve up eclectic offerings from around the globe.

Tom Moore's Tavern

Castle Harbour | (441) 293-8020

Tom Moore's Tavern

Located 5.7 miles northeast of Hamilton, Tom Moore's Tavern is on the same premises as Bailey's Bay. It's 3.1 miles south west of St. George. Lovely, mild seafood and Continental flavors make for a bold combo at this inviting fine foods restaurant.

Tom Moore's Tavern offers a three course meal of an appetizer followed by a soup and salad, and completed by the main course. Main course options include several seafood dishes, roasted quail, chicken, and pork tenderloin. Overall, the menu is continental and popular items include fresh mussels in a white wine sauce or a nice foie gras with fig preserve. Also popular is the daily fresh fish prepared different way every day, the succulent filet mignon that is very tender, the pork tenderloin, and the fresh salmon.

Bolero Brasserie

Par-la-Ville Park | (441) 292-4507

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Located in Par-la-Ville Park, north of downtown Hamilton, Bolero Brasserie is at 95 Front Street. When you'd rather not get all dressed up before eating a good plate of Continental fare, stop by this dining option which is a very casual establishment.

In true Brasserie style, the menu at Bolero Brasserie is extensive and changes several times a year aside from a few "classics," that remain always available due to popular demand.

Some of the most memorable places to try any cuisine on Bermuda are the ones you find unexpectedly while journeying to and from your hotel. But, keeping at least a few interesting-sounding restaurants in your plans, allows you to stay flexible. To discover more regarding the kinds of food awaiting you, check out this page.

 

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