– Paradise Island –
Over 30 reasons to try it.
Per square mile, Paradise Island has the highest density of top class restaurants and bars in The Bahamas, with over 31 different restaurants, cafes and spots to grab a quick bite. Culinary tourism is an underplayed part of the Bahamian experience, playing a major role in making the experience of any visitor or resident that bit more enjoyable.
Whether it’s celebrity chefs who are calling your taste buds to the table – Todd English and Bobby Flay are both represented at the Atlantis resort – a casual bite of something that reminds you of home, or something sweet, Paradise Island has it pretty much covered.
Alongside the sprawling casino alone, there is Nobu, where celebrated chef Nobu Matsuhisa purveys his Japanese/South American-infused delicacies that have contributed to his formidable reputation worldwide. The menu comprises of international favourites, like Nobu’s Black Cod with Miso, and local specialties such as roasted Bahamian lobster with three Nobu sauces. Walk further along and you’ll find Olives by Todd English – the first in the Caribbean region – which features Mediterranean-inspired meals and English’s signature open kitchen.
If buffets are more your thing, Mosaic, also within the Atlantis resort, will not leave you unsatisfied. This is a buffet with an upmarket twist – dishes from fresh fish to Churrasco are prepared on demand, along with much, much more.