If you walk through the gates of the Royal Naval Dockyard, in the west of Bermuda, you could grab yourself a table at the Freeport Seafood Restaurant.
This is the family run bistro in Sandy Parish dishing up superior steak and seafood, for a perfect evening dinner. The restaurant has a warm and welcoming feeling; filled with maritime souvenirs and nautical works of art. Customers could also sit out on the patio, or relax in the garden. These are the appropriate surroundings to have the finest fresh fish for lunch, or when sitting down to dinner.
You could have some traditional fish and chips, or a range of fish sandwiches. This is as well as the popular Freeport seafood platter, Broiled Bermuda rockfish, lobster tail or the well known Wahoo. If you are in the mood for a steak, tuck into a good old T-Bone, a rack of lamb and the greatest Rib-Eye steaks. The eatery moreover brings you the best pasta and curry dishes. They are made from lamb, chicken or fish and served with rice. Diners could additionally feast on a satisfying burger platter, with French fries or crispy chips.
The Freeport Seafood Restaurant has been an enduring presence on the island since the close of the 1800’s. It was initially a commissary for dock workers having lunch. Although it was not until the end of the Second World War that the Freeport become a public restaurant. The premises were then taken over by new owners in the 1980s and it underwent massive expansion. This led to the creation of the exciting Cocktail Lounge locals know and love, where you could try one of their fabulous cocktails.
The Freeport Seafood Restaurant has proven to be a popular eating establishment on the travel review site Trip Advisor.
One member of the community said:
I would recommend lunch. The fish and chips were pretty good. Would recommend it if you are in the Dockyard.
Another vsitor to the site said:
Everyone was friendly, we had fish and chips, and they were great.
One more review commented:
We like visiting restaurants where the locals eat and this one was good enough to dine at twice in one week. It’s low-key and casual.
Another reviewer said:
The restaurant is a gem serving a wide range of traditional Bermudian dishes such as fish sandwiches, fish ‘n’ chips and shark hash.
A fellow reviewer stated:
It’s a great little place.The menu is quite extensive. The fish and chips are amazing.
The Freeport Seafood Restaurant – freeportseafood.com
The Freeport Seafood Restaurant
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