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Casual in St. George's, Bermuda?

Anne Jul 17, 2011 06:33 PM

Returning to Bermuda next month after 4 (or is it 5?) years. We'll be staying near the St. George's Club. Looking forward to meals at our favorite restaurant, Blackbeard's Hideout. Also, it sounds like Wahoo's is worth trying. However, we're also looking for some more casual and less expensive options. Is Pasta Pasta still there? That's the kind of place we're looking for. Maybe someplace that serves a good fresh fish sandwich? All cuisines OK. Thanks!

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    bdachow RE: Anne Jul 18, 2011 09:55 AM

    I believe the Indian place is gone now. If it had a sushi counter upstairs from it but I can't remember the name of it.

    Wahoo's is worth a try, I enjoyed their fish tacos and I've heard that their rockfish picasso is quite good with a fruit salsa to accompany their simply prepared rockfish.

    Unfortunately, dining in St. George's has taken quite a hit with the recession. There's a new fairtrade coffee place, CV's I believe that just opened. And Wong's Golden Dragon for Chinese takeout. Buzz Cafe has taken over the concession at Tabacco Bay, they have many branches in Hamilton that serve sandwiches, wraps, coffees and smoothies so I'm guessing they do the same up there. I had their fish wrap from town once and it was pretty good as they re-fried the fish so that it was nice and crispy. Yes, re-fried but it was still pretty tasty, surprisingly.

    I don't get up to that end of the island that often so not sure what else has survived. Good luck!

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      hungryhog RE: Anne Jul 18, 2011 12:25 PM

      Don't forget the Blackhorse over in St. David's -still excellent chowder and fresh fish.

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        Athena RE: hungryhog Jul 18, 2011 02:41 PM

        If you go to the Supermart at lunch time there is Indian food for takeout. And I agree on the Black Horse.

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