Where and what to eat in The Bahamas
Your Bahamian Dining Experience
Dining in The Bahamas is as much about the atmosphere as it is about the food itself. The capital city, Nassau, offers several restaurants hidden in the some of the island’s most beautiful spots. We encourage you to take the opportunity to discover Bahamian cuisine while you’re here. Explore the spicy and uniquely flavored dishes beginning with tropical fruit, seafood, and some of our local spices—our eateries run the gamut. You will find a
variety of restaurants that serve anything from traditional Bahamian favorites to some more artisan options that combine international cuisine with our cherished island flavors.
• $: Up to 20 USD
• $$: 20 USD to 30 USD
• $$$: 30 USD to 40 USD
• $$$$: Above 40 USD
Restaurant prices are based on the median main course price at dinner. This price excludes gratuity ( typically 15% ) and VAT ( 7.5% ) , which are automatically added to your bill.
Social House serves a variety of mouthwatering dishes with local twists on traditional Japanese fare. These seafood delights include delicious combinations like snow crab, cucumber, chili, and local crawfish or spicy tuna, tempura flakes, and a light sprinkling of masago. Enjoy a variety of traditional Japanese dishes, and allow your self to explore a new mix of flavor as their chefs incorporate conch and other local produce such as fresh mango into their dishes. We highly recommend the conch chowder!
Louis & Steen’s is the first Specialty Coffeehouse in the Bahamas, serving customised pour over coffees, cappuccinos, lattes, cafe au laits, cold brews, and freshly brewed iced teas. Combine this with their Cajun-Creole light-fare cuisine, and you’re in for a tantalising experience. Come enjoy their breath-taking ambiance, a “N’awlins” styled bistro, infused with the sounds of jazz music and surrounded by tropical foliage, with an infinite Bahamian ocean front view. Authentically New Orleans, and better in The Bahamas.
Located on the waters edge, at the beautiful Old Town Marina Village at Sandyport Plaza, Twisted Lime is both a fire grill restaurant and a sports bar. Management and Staff cordially invite you to stop by and relax in either one of their three comfortable dining areas, each offering spectacular waterfront views, with great service and great food. Choose to dine outdoors on one of their decks, or indoors while enjoying your favorite game, or sporting event in our lounge area fitted with 18 High Definition Big Screen TVs
Studio Café offers an elevated eclectic style of cuisine that fuses local flavours with Thai style cooking, and is highlighted with an International and European flair. In addition to great food Studio Café offers weekly entertainment:
• Monday’s : Open Mic Monday
• Thursday : Comedy Night
• Friday: Salsa Night
• Saturday: Brunch | Movie Night
• Sunday: Acoustic Brunch