Teresa Chatfield, co-chair of the Chamber of Commerce Restaurant Division, The Minister of Tourism Development and Transport Shawn Crockwell and Phil Barnett, co-chair of the Chamber of Commerce Restaurant Division gather for lunch at the Harbourfront Restaurant. *Photo supplied
Teresa Chatfield, co-chair of the Chamber of Commerce Restaurant Division, The Minister of Tourism Development and Transport Shawn Crockwell and Phil Barnett, co-chair of the Chamber of Commerce Restaurant Division gather for lunch at the Harbourfront Restaurant. *Photo supplied

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17 UPDATE: If you love to eat at amazing restaurants but are on a budget, the Department of Tourism has just the thing for you.

Bermuda Restaurant Week starts on Monday with restaurants all across the island offering tempting menus at a fraction of the regular cost.

It has been organised by the Tourism department.

Waterlot Inn, Pickled Onion, Wahoo’s Bistro, Café Coco, Heritage Court, Flanagan’s, Ascot’s, The Point, Little Venice and Harbourfront are some of the restaurants participating in the two-week event.

It will be held from January 21 to February 16. 

The prices for the prix fixe menus are $29, $39 and $49 for three courses at participating restaurants.

There are options at each restaurant for diners to choose from including starters, mains and desserts.

And cuisines range from Italian, Indian, French, Asian and more.

Ken Watson, general manager of Coco Reef is encouraging diners to try out the menu at Café Coco or Tamara’s Terrace.

Menu items include crispy duck salad, beef tenderloin and braised lamb shank.

 “We welcome both visitors and locals during Restaurant Week to sample the wonderful Bermuda-infused international cuisine at Coco Reef which is served in the Spanish-style Café Coco restaurant with panoramic views of the sea or, weather permitting, diners may enjoy lunch on the Ocean View Tamara’s Terrace overlooking one of the best ocean views in Bermuda.”

Executive Chef Guido Brambilla of Rosewood Tucker's Point said: “We are thrilled to offer special Restaurant Week menus for both Sul Verde and The Point.

“It’s a great opportunity for guests and locals to sample unique and exciting cuisine at a great value.”

Options at Sul Verde include antipasto, chicken cacciatora and panna cotta.

The Point will be serving up goat cheese fritters, Bermuda yellow fin tuna and winter crumble.

For more information, visit www.gotobermuda.com

For reservations, contact the restaurant of your choice or go to www.table.bm




$29 Prix Fixe

• Bermuda Bistro at the Beach – City of Hamilton

• Bistro J - City of Hamilton

• Bone Fish Bar & Grill – Royal Naval Dockyard

• East Meets West Restaurant & Bar - Southampton

• Flanagan’s Irish Pub - City of Hamilton

• Freeport Seafood Restaurant – Royal Naval Dockyard

• Heritage Court at Fairmont Hamilton Princess - Pembroke

• Hog Penny - City of Hamilton

• Jasmine Lounge at Fairmont Southampton - Southampton Parish

• La Trattoria - City of Hamilton

• Landfall – Hamilton Parish

• Pickled Onion - City of Hamilton

• Tio Pepe - Southampton Parish

• Victoria Grill - City of Hamilton

• Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio - St. George's Parish


$39 Prix Fixe

• Angelo’s Bistro - City of Hamilton

• Barracuda Grill - City of Hamilton

• Bouchee - City of Hamilton

• Café Amici – Royal Naval Dockyard

• The Newport, A Gastropub  at Fairmont Southampton

• Griffins Bistro - St. George's Parish

• Little Venice - City of Hamilton

• Muse - City of Hamilton

• Lόriental - City of Hamilton

• Port O’Call- City of Hamilton

• Sul Verde at Tucker’s Point Golf Club


$49 Prix Fixe

• Ascots - City of Hamilton

• Beau Rivage at Newstead Belmont Hills - Paget

• Blu Bar & Grill-

• Fourways Inn – Paget

• Grotto Bay Beach Resort – City of Hamilton

• Harbourfront – Pembroke

• Ocean Echo at the Reefs – Southampton

• Tamarisk at Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa

• The Waterlot Inn – Southampton

• The Point at Rosewood Tucker’s point, Hamilton Parish