Linens, soft candlelight, and a twinkling view of the harbor add to the glamour and romance of this second-story Port Lucaya restaurant. Interior renovations and new management have given this long-standing establishment new life, but the original menu still speaks French with English subtitles, including such specialties as coquilles St. Jacques florentine (scallops on spinach with hollandaise), filet au poivre vert (tenderloin fillet with green peppercorn sauce), scampi flambé, Dover sole, stuffed quail, and chateaubriand for two. Regulars rave about the Caesar salads and the French onion soup. Dinner is served in the formal dining room or on the veranda overlooking the marina, and service can be slow, so plan to make a night of it or be frustrated.
Port Lucaya Marketplace, Lucaya, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas