The Flying Fish is a contemporary restaurant in Pembroke Parish specialising in seafood dishes made with freshly imported fish and local catches such as tuna and wahoo.
Signature dishes include the Flying Fish Sizzler; scallop, jumbo shrimp, snapper, and calamari served on a sizzling skillet. Bermuda spiny lobsters are available September to April and Maine lobsters year round. Oysters, clams, mussels, and a full sushi menu are also offered. Tanks are on open display in the dining room and ensure the produce is kept in the finest condition.
The restaurant is situated on Pitts Bay Road, close to the Hamilton Princess, Rosedon Hotel, and Rosemont Guest Suites. It’s just a short walk from the centre of Hamilton. It’s open for dinner 7 nights a week from 6.30 pm. Lunch is served on weekdays between 11.45 am and 2.30 pm.
The Flying Fish opened in 2011 and replaced the Primavera Italian restaurant. It is one of three restaurants in Bermuda owned by Odilio Angeli. The others are the Dining Room at Gibbs Hill Lighthouse and Rustico in Flatts.
Cuisine: Japanese, Seafood