Best Restaurants in Bahamas


Eating is an important part of our lives, whether we want to admit it or not. And when we are on a lovely vacation, we expect to eat at the best places in town. Although the majority of travelers are tempted to eat at the restaurant within their resort (or very close by), we recommend to start exploring and look for the most interesting places to eat.

Let’s take a look at what Bahamas has to offer in terms of restaurants.

Lucaya: Zorba’s Greek Restaurant

ZorbaGreek food so far away from Greece? Of course. But Zorba’s also offer Bahamian cuisine. The breakfast is always Bahamian, with everything from grits, corn beef, chicken sauce and eggs. It’s one of the places where the locals like to eat breakfast but you’ll also find tourists and the port’s yach-in clientele. Lunch, however, is purely Greek: gyros, souvlaki and kabobs are in the menu waiting for you. Dinner is also Greek: salads, moussaka and baklava can make a perfect combination.

Don’t worry about attire since the restaurant is casual. You can stay on the terrace and watch the hustle and bustle of the port before you eyes. The restaurant is located in Port Lucaya Marketplace, cross the road from Our Lucaya and a short walk from Pelican Bay Hotel.

Price range: US$10-15


Nassau: Cafe Matisse

Cafe MatisseGreat location and great Italian cuisine: homemade pasta, seafood, pizza and delicious desserts. The wines are also incredible. You can dine in the courtyard or veranda. Dazzle your tasting buds with grilled lobster, roasted duck, filet mignon, tiramisu and many more. The menu is changed every three months so expect to find delicious new things.

The restaurant is also great if you plan to have a small party or wedding reception. Make sure to wear formal attire.

Open daily from 12:00 pm to 11 pm, closed on Sundays and Mondays.

Price range: US$25-100

>>for more information go to Cafe Matisse official website

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New Providence Island: The Cove Atlantis

MosaicThe Cove Atlantis comprises both elegant and casual restaurants.

Mesa Grill is Bobby Flay’s first restaurant outside the USA. He offers unique Bahamian dishes such as Spiced Chicken Skewers, Crispy Squid and Bahamian Lobster Tail. The restaurant is open daily but the children under 6 years old are not allowed.

Mosaic is a very elegant restaurant, waiting for those who want to enjoy made-to-order Mediterranean influenced dishes. Open daily.

Cain at the Cove Café and Cascades Grill are the two casual dining restaurants where you can enjoy salads, BBQs, burgers, wraps and cold drinks.

Price range: US$60-90

>>for more information go to The Cove Atlantis official website


Nassau: Dune

DuneRated by travelers as second best restaurant in Nassau, Dune serves an innovative blend of French-Asian-Bahamian cuisine. It’s definitely an exotic place to enjoy the lovely Bahamian food. The restaurant is located atop a white sandy beach, offering lovely views of the ocean: the perfect location for a romantic dinner.

Dinner includes seafood, veal, duck and chicken, among the many dishes available. The restaurant has its own garden where herbs are grown organically.

Open daily, within One and Only Resort.

Price range: Not available


New Providence Island: Nobu

NobuFancy some Japanese food while in the Caribbean? No problem. Head to Nobu, within Atlantis Resort. The restaurant offers new trend in Japanese cuisine prepared by celebrated Japanese Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Try the sashimi for a fantastic experience. The menu features dishes such as oysters, salmon, tuna, seafood chevice, salads, as well as hot dishes.

The restaurant welcomes guests over 6 years of age.

Price range: US$25-100

>>for more information go to Nobu official website