Best Restaurants in Bermuda for Lunch & Dinner

Thinking of Bermuda has put together a list of the best restaurants in Bermuda for lunch and dinner. We have put them in the following categories:

  • On the Beach eat lunch or dinner on the beach, do we need to say anything else!
  • Steakhouse – there is only one restaurant that holds this distinction – The Waterlot Inn!
  • Best Sushi – our island paradise in the Atlantic is famous for its seafood, which is why we are happy to recommend the best sushi in Bermuda below.
  • French Cuisine – here are the top French restaurants in Bermuda.
  • In the City of Hamilton – there are many restaurants in Bermuda’s capital and only city. We put together our list of the best restaurants for lunch in dinner though, so if you’re on Front Street, or one of the city’s other main streets, make sure to check out these places below.
  • In St. Georges & the Eastern End of Bermuda – are you on an adventure? Well take a look at these places to stop by for a meal.
  • Other Recommended Restaurants – here are the restaurants that still made our list of places to eat, but just couldn’t put them in any one category.

If you would like to make any reservations, do not hesitate to email us at hello@thinkingofbermuda.com. Or click the links below to visit each website and contact them directly.

Dinner on the Beach:

  • Coconuts at The Reefs Resort is a romantic beachfront dining experience with a Bermuda inspired menu. You can pay an additional $35 per person and make reservations for tables on the beach. The $35 gets you the reservation guarantee, a complimentary glass of Prosecco, & chocolate truffle. They only have a maximum of 14 people on the beach for dinner, and so it is an intimate and romantic evening.
  • Mickey’s Beach Bistro is on wooden decking on the beach and a part of the Elbow Beach Hotel. Great food with an expansive beach for a long after-dinner walk.
  • Breezes at Cambridge Beaches Resort is another restaurant with wooden decking just off a beach.
  • Organize a picnic at any of the island’s more secluded beaches through this company: Eettafel Bermuda.

Steakhouse:

  • Waterlot Inn – the best steakhouse in Bermuda. Gracefully nestled dockside on Jew’s Bay, the Waterlot Inn offers breathtaking sunsets and proudly boasts both AAA Four Diamond and Wine Spectator Awards.

Sushi Bars:

We recommend any of the below sushi bars in Bermuda:

French Cuisine:

  • Beau Rivage – classic French cuisine across the City of Hamilton’s harbor at the Newstead Belmont Hills hotel offering harbor views of the city.
  • Bouchée – this French bistro adds a touch of Bermuda to its French menu and is a favorite for both locals and visitors alike. If you are in the City of Hamilton, it is a great place to dine. Lunch: 11:30 am to 2:30 pm daily. Dinner: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Tues – Sat. | Location: 75 Pitts Bay Road

In the City of Hamilton:

  • Then to round out the list for restaurants in the City of Hamilton, at the Hamilton Princess, two of their restaurants 1609 and Marcus are two fantastic harbor-side places to dine.

In St. Georges & the Eastern End of the Island

  • Either restaurant at The Loren – the Maree Lounge or Pink Beach Club. They are excellent fine dining restaurants with a touch of modern luxury.
  • Island Brasserie is at Rosewood Tucker’s Point resort. They have a menu filled with local ingredients and are one of the island’s top restaurants.
  • Tempest Bistro or Wahoo’s – both in the historic Town of St. Georges. It is nice to have dinner here and walk around the town for a short while before heading back to your accommodations. You can have dinner at one place and a drink at another. There are around 3-4 restaurants/bars in the small historic town all within a short walking distance. It offers a fun local atmosphere.
  • Blackbeard’s Hideout – this is a laid back restaurant that is great for lunch and exploring the area during the day, such as the historic Fort St. Catherine next door. Or rent some paddles boards below on the beach and head out for a slow time on the water exploring the rocky coastline.
  • Swizzle Inn (Bailey’s Bay) have lunch in the middle of an adventure exploring caves and Blue Hole Park. The restaurant is within walking distance of both Blue Hole Park, Crystal & Fantasy caves, and Bailey’s Ice Cream (for an after-lunch snack).