For centuries, seafaring voyagers left an indelible mark on Bermuda’s cuisine. Trade routes traversed the Atlantic, blending Old World traditions with those of the New World and West Indies. Reflecting these rich and diverse culinary influences, the resort’s signature restaurant delivers a contemporary take on the classic steakhouse experience, honoring eclectic global flavors, and Bermudian comfort foods. The menu regularly features dishes like the Bermuda benedict, inspired by the traditional codfish breakfast, alongside choice cuts of beef, fish, and produce from all over the world carrying on in the tradition of globally influenced flavors drawing from land and sea. At dinner, the setting remains relaxed, with an air of old-world sophistication. Diners can enjoy a perfectly roasted chateaubriand, carved table-side, and finish with a classic Crêpes Suzette flambéed with a touch of Bermuda's finest rum for a bit of theater.
Vibrant and informal, the Island Brasserie takes its inspiration from a colonial-style home. Antique brass detailing and Gerard Henderson’s iconic hand-painted murals pay homage to Bermuda’s seafaring heritage. Indoors, the restaurant offers a relaxed and inviting setting for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Outside, a terrace provides captivating views of Harrington Sound during the day and fireside warmth in the evening.
- Outdoor Seating
- Reservations Accepted
- Reservations Required