A 4-Day Culinary Adventure in Bermuda

Enjoy an island-style feast for the senses with this 4-day itinerary. Taste the highlights of Bermudian cuisine, and then infuse your culinary adventures with island art, entertainment, and natural wonders.

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Beyond its stunning island beaches and vibrant culture, Bermuda offers a rich culinary heritage. Its culinary roots span centuries, providing a delightful fusion of cultural influences – each dish providing a unique narrative of the island's expansive history.

This itinerary gives you a fulfilling taste of Bermudian cuisine and the diverse cultures that shape it. From incredible local seafood to famous cocktails, come see why Bermuda is a dream come true for foodies looking to savour a perfect blend of beauty, culture, and adventure. 


Book your stay at either Azura Bermuda or Royal Palms, both of which offer unique experiences to complement your culinary journey. 

Azura Bermuda is the island's newest boutique hotel and residential resort. With each guest room, suite, and villa inspired by its oceanfront setting atop a bluff overlooking the Atlantic, Azura offers comfort, elegance, and spaciousness. It’s also centrally located just 10 minutes from Hamilton (Bermuda’s capital city) and near top restaurants, spas, tennis clubs, golf courses, and natural attractions like Blackburn Smith Nature Reserve and Elbow Beach Park.

View of Seascape pool at Azura Bermuda

Alternately, immerse yourself in traditional Bermudian charm in one of the 32 rooms at the Royal Palms. Located on the west side of Hamilton, this classic boutique hotel is tucked away in Victorian-era manor houses amidst gardens of fruit trees and exotic flora. Enjoy a cooling dip in the pool and dine at the award-winning Ascots Restaurant.

Day 1

Your first day begins with an immersive experience at Azura's panoramic pink-sand beach, where you can dive into the crystal-clear waters for a snorkelling adventure and encounter spectacular marine life and possibly an historic shipwreck! If you don't have your own gear, don't worry – Azura provides snorkelling equipment for rent.

After exploring underwater wonders, indulge in an exquisite dinner at Café Lido. Revel in the sweeping ocean views of Bermuda’s South Shore as you savour incredible Bermudian cuisine. Their Mediterranean-influenced menu features dishes like oven-roasted octopus, tuna tartare, and a sumptuous fish chowder. Cap off the evening at the neighbouring Sea Breeze Lounge & Terrace, where you can enjoy al fresco cocktails to the soothing sounds of live music and gentle waves.

Day 2

Today starts with an exciting Tuk Tuk Tour, a unique and intimate way to explore the island's 21 square miles. Take in Bermuda’s hidden valleys, pristine beaches, quaint back streets, and local gems from the comfort of your Tuk Tuk passenger cab. 

People are sitting in the Tuk Tuk tour.

Stop for lunch at the Anchor Restaurant Bar and Lounge, a small, family-owned establishment that’s known for its friendly staff and delicious local cuisine.

After lunch, take on a tranquil walk through Southlands, a 37-acre parkland in Warwick Parish. This hidden sanctuary offers garden pools, woodland areas, a private beach, a historic main house, and limestone quarry gardens. Southlands is a treasure trove of natural beauty and history, boasting 13 unique tree species and an enchanting Banyan grove.

Finish the day with dinner at LITT (Lost in the Triangle), a People's Choice Award winner for three consecutive years. LITT is renowned for its fresh-caught local fish and signature Bermudian side dishes. The ambiance is warm and welcoming, and perfect for the entire family. LITT’s commitment to super fresh food, great location, and excellent service makes it the perfect place to end your day's culinary adventure.

Birdseye view of a Bermudian food from Lost in the Triangle (LITT)

Day 3

Your third day unfolds with a self-guided art and culture tour of Hamilton, the island's colourful and vibrant capital. Begin at the City Hall & Arts Centre on Church Street, which houses the Bermuda National Gallery filled with local and international art collections. Stroll down Queen Street toward the harbour, stopping by the Historical Society Museum and National Library within Par-La-Ville Gardens. Then continue to Front Street, known for its pastel, Colonial-style buildings, restaurants, shops, and galleries. Wednesday evenings in the summer, Front Street comes alive with Gombey dancers during Harbour Nights.

For lunch, visit Déjà View Restaurant and Bar in Barr’s Bay Park. The menu focuses on sushi and Asian fusion dishes with an international flair and Bermudian twist. The dishes are as photo-worthy as they are delicious! Try the Korean BBQ ribeye, sashimi poke bowl, and tuna tartare.

Interior view of Deja View.

Post-lunch, explore the Arboretum, a 22-acre park near Hamilton, offering serene walking trails among palms, acacia, and cedar trees. The park, once owned by the British Army, is a peaceful retreat with picnic areas and a gazebo.

Next, visit the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI), minutes from downtown Hamilton. It offers educational programmes and interactive experiences that will enhance your understanding of Bermuda’s maritime environment.

End with dinner at Ascots at Royal Palms, known for its exceptional cuisine, service, and lush garden ambiance. The People’s Menu offers a variety of delightful dishes at a set price.

Day 4

Start the final day of your foodie itinerary with a captivating tour of St. George’s with Long Story Short. Discover the history and charm of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its centuries-old buildings, local entrepreneurs, and talented artists. The tour includes sites along the African Diaspora Heritage Trail, tales from the oldest neighborhood in St. George’s and a visit to St. Peter’s Church and Cemetery, the oldest Anglican church outside the British Isles.

Long Story Short – Long Story Short

Stop for lunch at The Three Kings in St. George’s. This eclectic restaurant offers a vast menu, from steaks and shanks to an array of international cuisines such as Indian, Greek, and Chinese. The setting is both historic and modern, with a fresh, bright atmosphere and seating overlooking the square. With its impressive list of appetisers and mains, including options like moussaka and coconut jhinga curry, the restaurant is a testament to the culinary diversity of Bermuda.

In the afternoon, explore Blue Hole Park and Tom Moore’s Jungle. Wander through 12 acres of trails leading to secluded caves, idyllic grottoes, and the stunning Blue Hole itself – a large, deep pool fringed by mangroves. It’s a serene natural environment that inspired Irish poet Tom Moore.

As the day winds down, enjoy beachside cocktails at the seasonal BQ Beach Grill at John Smith's Bay. A local favourite, this hidden gem offers the best in casual Bermudian dining, with generous servings and reasonable prices.

View of BQ Beac Grill at John Smith's Bay

Finish the day with dinner at 10South, a restaurant known for its ever-changing menu featuring the freshest ingredients. Keep an eye on their social media for the latest offerings, and prepare for a flavourful finale to your Bermuda foodie adventure.



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