While staying in the Bahamas, you'll encounter a delicious array of places to have a hot meal. Can't resist French food during your holiday here? Guests should check out those restaurants known for these fun flavors. Preview the French food at your disposal in the Bahamas and similar specialties, below.
With options including everything from the fine dining setting of Cafe Martinique to the much anticipated dinner service at Montagu Gardens, there is something to suit each and every person in your party and any style of vacation desired.
Below, you can scan and read details about the restaurants in the Bahamas at which to sample French eats. You can click each restaurant's name to view the full article about its hours, location, and other offerings.
Graycliff, part of Graycliff Hotel And Restaurant, is located in downtown Nassau, in the northern outskirts of Nassau. Fabulously fresh fish and French cuisine are made for each other at this friendly, fine dining establishment. Gaycliff was built in 1742 as the mansion of a famous pirate, and served as a prison for a short time thereafter. Today, the restaurant housed within the home offers a refined and elegant atmosphere.
Dune is situated close to downtown Nassau. Salty, fresh seafood and French food come together for some great dishes at this much-loved fine foods restaurant. The decor inside Dune is typical of an Asian restaurant, with modern lines that are cool and functional.
Brussels Bistro can be found in downtown Nassau, in the northern outskirts of Nassau. When you and your group have a desire to combine French eats with Belgian flair, this dining establishment is serving both. With its wood finishes and friendly environment, walking into Brussels Bistro you feel as though you have walked into a bistro in the heart of Belgium.
Located 1.4 miles east of downtown Nassau, Cafe Martinique is on the same premises as Atlantis Harborside Resort, and is a logical choice for you to consider if you're visiting the island. Formal dining is the standard here, which means those who have finer taste as well as a taste for French fare will consider the trip worth it. A menu of French fare created by Chef Jean-Georges Vongeritchen is what guests of Cafe Martinique encounter.
Set in the northeastern outskirts of Nassau, Montagu Gardens is on East Bay Street. Though they're broadly known for food with French flair, this visitor favorite is particularly known for its seafood and steak. Set in a historic mansion on a lake, Montagu Gardens invites each guest to reminisce about days gone by. It is elegant yet comfortable, and with the dining room opening up to the grounds fragrant gardens, it is beautiful, too.
If your preferences are flexible, there are other categories to tackle, including restaurants like the following:
|Bimini Market||(242) 327-6000||Cajun||0.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central Cable Beach|
|Domino's Cable Beach||(242) 677-7200||Italian||0.1 mi. South-Southeast of Central Cable Beach|
|Sbarro Cable Beach||(242) 327-7711||Italian||0.2 mi. South West of Central Cable Beach|
|Cricket Club Restaurant & Pub||326-4720||British||Nassau|
|Capriccio Ristorante||(242) 327-8547||Italian||0.1 mi. South-Southwest of Central Cable Beach|
|Sbarro Nassau||(242) 356-0800||Italian||2.0 mi. South-Southeast of Downtown Nassau|
|Mahogany House||(242) 362-6669||Italian||2.5 mi. South West of Central Gambier|
|Bennigan's Nassau||394-4880||Irish||2.0 mi. South-Southeast of Downtown Nassau|
|Bennigans Nassau||(242) 394-4880||Irish||2.0 mi. South-Southeast of Downtown Nassau|
|Amici A Trattoria||(242) 327-6000||Italian||0.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central Cable Beach|
Some of the most memorable places to dine in the Bahamas are the ones you run into naturally while journeying to and from your hotel. But, noting the names of some dining possibilities in your plans, is encouraged even for flexible travelers. To read more concerning the kinds of food available to you, check out this page.
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