Bermudiana & Breakers Ocean Terrace
Located at Smith’s parish inside the Pink Beach Club & Cottages
, The Bermudiana is the formal dining room, while Breakers Ocean Terrace is meant for informal al fresco dining on the terrace. The terrace is by the pool side and has a great view of the ocean.
The restaurants serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. We would normally choose Breakers for breakfast and lunch, and Bermudiana for dinner. The lunch menu at the Breaker’s is really nice and elaborate. The chef Michael Ryan focuses mainly on the fresh vegetables and herbs grown in the nearby garden or the day’s catch from the fishermen. The dishes are made with less oil and are focused towards healthy light eating.
For appetizers, some of the great dishes are the Bermuda classics like the Fish Chowder or Caeser’s Salad. If you like to go for more innovative starters, try out wild mushroom strudel or smoked salmon scented with ricotta cheese and truffles. Other nice options would be watermelon soup and tiger shrimp with mint wontons topped with leek and mango dressing.
There is a set five course dinner in the menu every night. Other great main course choices include char grilled medallians of pork tenderloin; poached corn fed chicken breast; baked fillet of salmon or Farfalle pasta.
For desserts, there are number of options. You can ask for the extensive cheese trolley from the pastry chef or have specialty coffee or move on to the terrace to enjoy the liqueurs. The bar is well stocked and there are over 230 choices of wine.
The hotel also holds a barbeque and cocktail party on Friday nights during the season. From April to December, there is nightly entertainment by Calypso Bands and Pianists in the Bermudiana Dining room, as well as in the open terrace till October. And there is dancing that we have enjoyed a lot till late hours at night.
They accept credit cards. Reservation is required for dinner. Dress code is smart casual.
Daily noon-2:30pm and 6:30-9:30pm
Location & Contacts
South Shore Road, Smith’s Parish, Bermuda
Bus route: #1 (operating between Hamilton and St George).
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