The tastefully decorated contemporary dining room—mahogany-framed chairs and banquettes, soft-gold lights over the tables—is reminiscent of sophisticated big-city restaurants, and the food that comes to the table is created by a culinary team dedicated to excellence. The island-style fish chowder or the lobster spring rolls are two good ways to start your meal. Moving on to entrées, you might try the grilled wahoo, Bermuda rockfish, or seared fresh scallops. If you
save room for dessert, opt for the chocolate banana bread volcano or perhaps the gingerbread toffee pudding. There's also a great cocktail bar for a social martini or late-night digestif. And if you're looking for a romantic dinner, reserve the "snug corner," which is a table for two, tucked away out of sight of other diners.