When the craving strikes for Continental cuisine, don't miss an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Though not terribly plentiful, you can still find a couple of locations on Bermuda serving this style of food.
With lots to tempt your palate, from the very casual favorite named Bolero Brasserie to the lovely dinner service at Tom Moore's Tavern, there is something to suit each and every type of traveler and any style of dining desired.
The list below allows you to get a taste for the limited, though enticing, options for Continental places that you may hear about while vacationing nearby. Find the one that makes your mouth water and click its name to discover the details about its hours, location, and other offerings.
Waterlot Inn is a part of Fairmont Southampton. If you're curious, Hamilton is four miles (six kilometers) to the northeast. People who desire steak will fully love eating here during a visit to Southampton Parish. <p>Fresh ingredients and prime aged meats mean that this menu is filled with offerings considered to be the best of the best.</p>
Griffin's Bistro can be found in the western outskirts of St. George. This is a popular choice, particularly because they offer fine cuisine in a setting that offers a well-deserved break from the fare from street vendors and snack bars. <p>White table cloths with candles and formal place settings give Griffin's a formal feel, but in reality, guests are encouraged to relax and enjoy the view of St. George Harbour.</p>
Located in Par-la-Ville Park, north of downtown Hamilton, Bolero Brasserie is at 95 Front Street. If you're not looking to doll-up before grabbing tasty Continental cuisine, stop by this local option which has a really casual setting. <p>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.</p>
Tom Moore's Tavern, part of Bailey's Bay, is located near Hamilton; it's three miles (five kilometers) to the south west of St. George. Fresh seafood and Continental cuisine make for an exciting meal at this exceptional fine dining establishment. <p>As previously mentioned, the restaurant is the oldest on the island. It was built in 1652 and remains in its original state with casement windows and a fireplace in all cedar wood. The chairs in a nice tapetry and the 36 tables covered in white table cloths. Outside they have a nice terrace overlooking the Walsingham Bay were there is an additional 16 tables of 10 as well as a covered patio outside where they have eight tables of 10.</p>
Despite your dining plans, you may find the best culinary offerings on Bermuda are those you find unexpectedly during your exploration of different cities. That being said, you'll save yourself some stress if you have a concrete plan for some meals. To learn much more about the dining options available to you, check out this page.
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