Restaurants, Bars & Pubs

For a place with a population of only 62,000 this small island seems to have a disproportionate number of many things. With over 100 restaurants to choose from visitors will have no trouble in finding a place to suit both palette and pocket. Compare this with a small town in your home country and we guarantee the numbers won’t even come close.

Recent decades have brought immense variety to the island’s culinary scene. With the explosion of international business and the kick it has given to Bermuda’s economy, restaurants have been forced to up their standards to meet the needs of both the international businessman and a more discerning local population. Bermuda imports a large proportion of its workers and this diversity is reflected in the menus. Local favourites like Fish Chowder are still found in many places but recent trends see internationally acclaimed chefs combining local produce with world styles.

One thing that’s not plentiful in Bermuda is fast food outlets. Those who can’t live without a Big Mac will be disappointed as fast food franchises have been outlawed by the government. Somehow a KFC skipped the legislation but the Colonel looks destined to spend the rest of his life in solitude.

The dress code has been relaxed in recent years. A few establishments still require jacket and tie but smart casual will guarantee entry to most. Bear in mind that most restaurants automatically add gratuities so exercise caution to avoid tipping twice.




Seafood, Steakhouse

Contemporary restaurant in Hamilton offering seafood and steaks.

British, Greek, Mediterranean

Cosy venue with a menu that changes daily.


Contemporary restaurant at the Belmont Hills Golf Course

Italian, Mediterranean, Seafood

Lively restaurant close to Kings Wharf and Heritage Wharf.


Italian restaurant at Royal Naval Dockyard.

Chinese, Thai

Oriental restaurant on Reid Street.

Breakfast, British, Italian

Casual restaurant at the base of Gibbs Hill Lighthouse.

American, British, Italian

Lively bar in Hamilton.

British, Irish, Seafood, Steakhouse

Irish pub and sports bar in Hamilton.

Indian, Italian, Japanese

Pizza delivery and take-out. Also offers sushi, Indian and Chinese dishes.

Classic Dinner, Sunday Brunch

Gourmet dining in a historic 18th century building.


Seafood restaurant at Dockyard.

British, Pub Grub

British pub at Royal Naval Dockyard. Live entertainment in the evenings.

International, Italian, Seafood

Italian restaurant close to Horseshoe Bay beach

Japanese, Pub Grub, Seafood, Steakhouse

Pub and restaurant near the Fairmont Southampton and the Reefs.

Afternoon Tea, International

Elegant dining room at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess.

Indian, Pub Grub, Seafood, Steakhouse

Inspiration for the Cheers bar in Boston.


Great Indian restaurant on the outskirts of Hamilton.

American, Fast Food

Fast food restaurant offering burgers, fried chicken, and more.


Oriental fusion restaurant in Hamilton with a Teppanyaki Bar.


Family-friendly restaurant and pizzeria in Hamilton.


The first and most famous Italian restaurant in Bermuda.


Specialises in lobster and seafood dishes.


Wear a silly hat while dining at this imaginative restaurant on the outskirts of Hamilton.

Mediterranean, Seafood

Alfresco dining at Elbow Beach

Pub Grub

Pub and restaurant in Smith's Parish.

Breakfast, International

Diner popular with taxi drivers and other locals.


Casual restaurant and bar. Balcony offers great views of Hamilton Harbour.


Contemporary seafood restaurant on Front Street.


Good choice of pizzas and Italian dishes.

British, International, Pub Grub

Popular pub and sports bar near Hamilton.

American, Mexican

Lively Tex-Mex restaurant on Front Street in Hamilton.


Casual Italian restaurant and pizzeria in Flatts.

Bermudian, British, Pub Grub, Seafood, Steakhouse

British pub in Somerset Village.

American, Breakfast, Italian, Japanese

Family-run diner in Smith's Parish.

Pub Grub

Home of the Bermuda rum swizzle.

International, Pub Grub

Warwick branch of the famous Swizzle Inn.


One of just a few restaurants on the island holding four AAA diamonds.


Offers dishes made with locally caught fish such as wahoo and rockfish.

Pub Grub, Seafood

Waterfront pub in the centre of St George.