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New Providence and Paradise Islands Restaurants

Anthony's Grill

  • American

Updated 07/12/2013

Fodor's Review

Color is the standout feature at Anthony's: bright red, yellow, and blue tablecloths spiked with multihued squiggles; yellow-and-green walls with jaunty cloths hanging from the ceilings; booths printed with bright sea themes; and buoyant striped curtains. The lively spirit is reflected in the cheery service you'll receive at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The extensive menu (60+ items to choose from) includes seafood pasta, grilled-to-order shrimp, grouper and salmon brochettes, steaks, burgers, ribs, and salads.

Restaurant Information


Paradise Village Shopping Plaza, Paradise Island, New Providence Island, Bahamas



Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted

Updated 07/12/2013


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Aug 4, 2011

Anthony's Grill Review

Avoid this overpriced dump.. bad service, bad food and EXTREMELY overpriced.

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May 15, 2010

Anthony's Grill Review

Very average place. I was in NP on business, but what makes anyone go there on holiday? Paradise Island is an absolutely ghastly place and Anthony's Grill offers the sole benefit of not quite extracting all the dollars from your pocket. The Bahamas - NP or Grand Bahama style are not "exotic" get away Caribbean locations - they are just typical American townships, with a bit of blue sea and sun thrown in. If you want the Caribbean experience

go to the Outer Islands, or better still try somewhere like Grenada.

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Aug 9, 2009

Wouldn't survive elsewhere

Location, location, location...that's about all this eatery has to offer. Its family-friendly pricing is a beacon of light in the shadow of the wallet-busting Atlantis dominated, dining scene. Food is average at best. Try the conch fritters or other local options as your menu "best bets". Pastas and pizzas are lacklustre with dried herbs and bland sauces...dried basil on a Margherita pizza was a total turn off! Kitchen compromises and a lack of

attention to detail plague the cheery, well-intentioned servers.

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Aug 27, 2007

food was lovely

i took my family to the grill the staff made us so wellcome the food was lovely the service was second to none had a great time there we were stoping at the attlantis hotel wich is only a short walk from there i would recomend anyone who as a family to try them out and enjoy the entertainment they have a singer on most night my children ages are 14 and 10 they loved the food the singer and he staff looked after them as if they were there own

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