Restaurant in the Bahamas

Travelers Love These Delicious Places To Eat In The Bahamas

By Sanjay Surana


Athena Cafe & Bar
To get to this Greek restaurant in New Providence Island, diners must enter a jewelry shop. Expect standard classics like dolmades, fried calamari and Greek salad.
The restaurant has simple decor and features, as one Tripadvisor reviewer said, "Nothing fancy, but simple, delicious Greek food served promptly and with warm, attentive service."
Banana Bay
This relaxed beachfront offers banana bread and the iconic Wacky Frozen Banana cocktail. The Grand Bahama Island restaurant is casual, with picnic tables out by the sand.
A user on Google, where Banana Bay scored a 4.6, opined, "The very best of everything. Great service, great food, great prices, and an amazing beach. Banana Bay is a must stop!"
Bon Vivants
At this New Providence Island cocktail bar, visitors can sit on the bright couches and order food, such as spinach and mushroom quiche, empanadas, and wasabi peanuts.
A contributor on Tripadvisor, where Bon Vivants scored a perfect 5.0, wrote, "Awesome hidden gem, this cocktail bar is exquisite." A Google review gushed, "Best quiche I ever had!"
Cabbage Beach Bar
This relaxed Paradise Island spot offers Indian bites and classic bar food. The open-air restaurant has high chairs, circular tables, and turquoise wood beams.
Cabbage Beach Bar & Grill has scored a 4.5 on Tripadvisor, and one Google reviewer said, "They have a good menu that includes some of the best indian food we've ever eaten."
Cocoplum Bistro
This Great Exuma eatery has a list of French wines. Its cuisine merges Bahamian and French flavors, and plates are filled with vibrant vegetables or lobster tempura.
A Google review of Cocoplum Bistro reads, "One of our favorite spots for dinner on the island! French inspired with daily specials on a great beach with beautiful sunsets."