If, on your travels, you know you're going to want some French cuisine, you might find yourself with an opportunity to indulge yourself. Though not terribly plentiful, you can still find a couple of restaurants in the Bahamas serving this style of food.
Your plate will be full of choices, from the informal attitude at Cafe Michel to the simple cafes whose family-made creations are worth adding to your vacation scrapbook, you're sure to locate a menu item with all the right flavors.
Use the list below to browse the few delicious French eateries you'll run across as you explore. For each option that interests you, click the name to get further details about its hours, location, and other offerings.
Set near the heart of Port Lucaya, Luciano's is on the same premises as Port Lucaya Marketplace, and is a logical choice for guests exploring this area of Freeport. The fresh taste of fish and French panache make for a bold combo at this much-loved fine foods restaurant. <p>The delectable menu includes such dishes as fine grilled steaks served with potatoes, grilled lamb served in French sauces, roasted duck, and sauteed veal, fresh broiled lobster, among many other equally divine dishes. Additionally, the menu also features four different salads, including Caesar and a Seafood Salad, appetizers, desserts, and coffees, including espresso.</p> <p> There is also a separate, smaller Early Bird Menu for those who dine earlier in the evening that includes a three course dinner for one price. </p>
Located a few hundred yards south of downtown Freeport, Cafe Michel is on the premises of International Bazaar, and is a good option for people who are going to spend time visiting this part of the city. This enigmatic eatery can show multiple sides, so yes they're offering French food and of course seafood, but here they're also fawned-over for another favorite, steak. <p>The Continental cuisine at Cafe Michel if a mix of the many cultures that can be found in Central Europe, with an emphasis on traditional French Cuisine. You will find steaks, seafood, and chicken dishes in the plenty. However, unlike the common impression that French food means small entrees, here you can expect large meals complete with two sides. During lunch you can also scale down your meal and have a sandwich or small entree.</p>
For something different in the same ballpark, you will find similar ingredients and influences at local places like these:
|Le Med||(242) 374-2804||Mediterranean||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Cappuccino's||(242) 373-1584||Italian||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Churchill's||(242) 373-1333||Mediterranean||2.1 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Pizza Hut Lucaya||(242) 373-7210||Italian||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|(242) 373-8450||Italian||2.1 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|351-8348||Italian||Grand Bahama Island|
|374-5566||Italian||Grand Bahama Island|
|After Deck Restaurant||(242) 373-8657||European||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Cafe Breeze Restaurant & Bar||(242) 373-2664||European||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Zorba's||(242) 373-6137||Greek||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
Visitors often find that the best foods in the Bahamas are the ones you find unexpectedly during your daytime travels. Of course, that doesn't mean you can't have a few favorites on the itinerary. To find out more details concerning the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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