Whether you're in the mood for shrimp tempura and sashimi served in a quiet room with black-lacquer tables and paper lanterns, or you would rather have chicken chimichanga, fried tiger shrimp, or grilled sirloin steak surrounded by loud music videos on multiple screens at a popular nighttime venue—or if you want a little of both—these adjoining restaurants can satisfy. The dark, underground restaurant, well hidden beneath Hamilton's main shopping street, is known for
its tender beef simmered in sake and sweet chili sauce and served over jasmine rice. This eatery is an old favorite with locals and transforms into a lively cocktail destination at night, especially on weekends. The fusion of different flavors, good-size portions and friendly service make it worth the wait for a table.
Williams House, downstairs, 20 Reid St., Hamilton Parish, HM11, Bermuda