Bermuda One Of “15 Best Islands For Foodies”

April 18, 2016

Bermuda has been cited by Condé Nast Traveler‎ as one of “15 Best Islands for Foodies,” with the travel publication saying our “colonial history” means dining in Bermuda is a “blend of British, French, Caribbean, Portuguese, and early American influences.”

In describing their top 15, Condé Nast Traveler says: “Islands, by definition, tend to have great seafood. But that’s just the beginning. Great island meals happen in humble beach shacks and four-star restaurants with ocean views, from balmy subtropics to the New England coast.”

Screenshot of the Condé Nast Traveler‎ article:

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The article says our “colonial history means dining in Bermuda is a blend of British, French, Caribbean, Portuguese, and early American influences — a crossroads apparent in local specialties like kicky red fish chowder.

“That same colonial history means plenty of rum drinks, including the bracing, gingery dark and stormy. And then there’s the fine dining on pink sand beaches, like at Cafe Lido [pictured].

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  1. What an overlook says:

    They forgot the Italians, they will be upset!

    • jiggs bda says:

      As a matter of fact Capri was also one of the Islands named…

      And Bermuda is a very good place for dining.

      some of the bloggers would have you believe that there is nothing good about Bermy.

  2. M.C. Beauchamp says:

    A triumph of public relations over reality……..

  3. I heart 441 says:

    …early American influences,lol….what a joke, everyone knows, The US (unless they meant Mexico or Canada) have no rich history in authentic American food.

  4. “Positive publicity” either way that’s what we see / have here at NO expense to Bermuda :-)

  5. Vamos says:

    Had to send my meal back last weekend at a certain “celebrity chef” restaurant. Inedible