Sure, you’ve had seafood. But have you ever tasted fried wahoo served between two slices of freshly-baked raisin bread, piled high with coleslaw and hot sauce? How about sipping on fish chowder (made with the catch of the day, of course) infused with black rum and spicy sherry peppers? Maybe you’ve never considered codfish for breakfast – dive in and explore the deeper flavours of Bermuda.
Bermudian culture is a blend of British, Portuguese, African, Caribbean and Native American influences, and our food has a similarly diverse background that gives everything a flavour that’s totally unique. You can taste Creole spices blended into classic English dishes, spicy peppers accentuating fresh seafood, and comforting, sweet baked goods alongside local fish and produce. It’s that juxtaposition of tastes, textures, and influences that makes the food out here so delicious.
With international roots and a rich natural bounty, Bermuda’s food culture is as unique and colourful as the island itself. Just a two-hour flight from the U.S. East Coast, the island brings fresh and bold flavours to the table.