If you find yourself in the mood for European food, don't pass up a chance to indulge yourself. Though not incredibly abundant, there are a couple of locations on Bermuda where you can sample some.
With many options, from the informal attitude at Bistro J. to the simple cafes where drinks are as much a part of dinner as the fare, there's something in store for each guest and every mood.
Take a moment to peek at the few European eateries you could be curious about as you explore. Click on one of the options to read the full article about its ambiance, food, and what's located nearby.
Located 3.3 miles northwest of Hamilton, Frog & Onion is a logical choice for you to consider if you're going to be spending time seeing this part of the island. Somerset Village is approximately three miles (approximately four and a half kilometers) to the south west. When you'd rather not get all dressed up before enjoying a decent plate of European fare, stop by this dining option where you'll find the setting to be relaxed. Set sail on a voyage of culinary treats when you dine at Frog & Onion. The varied menu features everything from burgers to fish sandwiches. To quench your thirst, order a local beer from the Northrock Brewing Company. On site, you will find a souvenir shop where you can purchase Frog & Onion apparel.
Located 3.3 miles northwest of Hamilton, The Dockyard Pastry Shop is at 12 Dockyard Terrace. In case you're wondering, Somerset Village is approximately three miles (approximately four and a half kilometers) to the south west. You certainly don't want to pass up Ireland Island North if you're a fan of European cuisine, but particularly desserts.
The Dining Room is located close to Hamilton; it is approximately four miles (approximately six kilometers) to the southeast of Somerset Village. If the thought of Caribbean food coupled with European makes you hungry, make it a goal to eat at this restaurant on your trip to Bermuda. Modern interpretations of International favorites grace the menu at the Dining Room, with offerings such as vegetarian lasagna and roasted pumpkin ravioli. There is also a takeout pizza menu for those who want a hot pizza pie on the go.
Bistro J. can be found in downtown Hamilton, near the middle of Hamilton. Salty, fresh seafood and European flair make a nice pair at this unique eatery. Split brick and washed walls surround the dining room at Bistro J, which features a Mediterranean atmosphere which hosts a sophisticated crowd of diners.
Also worth considering if you really love European food, you may enjoy the distinct yet similar flavor profiles at places like the following:
|Swizzle Inn Pub at Bailey's Bay||(441) 293-1854||British||5.3 mi. Northeast of Central Hamilton|
|(441) 296-3333||British||0.4 mi. Northwest of Downtown Hamilton|
|Bouchee||(441) 295-5759||French||0.5 mi. North of Downtown Hamilton|
|Portofino||(441) 292-2375||Italian||Downtown Hamilton|
|Cafe Amici||(441) 234-5009||Italian||3.3 mi. Northwest of Central Hamilton|
|Mickey's Bistro & Bar||(441) 236-9107||Mediterranean||1.5 mi. South-Southeast of Downtown Hamilton|
|Harbourfront||(441) 295-4207||Italian||0.7 mi. East of Downtown Hamilton|
|Bolero Brasserie||(441) 292-4507||French||0.5 mi. North of Downtown Hamilton|
|Red Carpet Bar & Restaurant||(441) 295-6774||Italian||Downtown Hamilton|
|Hog Penny||(441) 292-2534||British||Downtown Hamilton|
Despite your dining plans, you may find the best food and drink options on Bermuda are the ones you wind up near unexpectedly while trekking the town of your choice. But, keeping the important details of a few viable options in your travel plans, may put everyone's minds at ease. To discover much more about the culinary options awaiting you, check out this page.
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