photo credit: Gregory Watkins
Built in the 1700s, the building where the Graycliff is located is one of the oldest in Nassau. But nowadays, it’s all lobster bisque and bread pudding here. This fine dining spot has some of the freshest ingredients on the island, and old-world colonial decor to match.
At first glance, you may feel a tad overwhelmed by just how formal the dining room looks, but the service here is far from stuffy, and after your meal, you’ll get the option to enjoy a cigar that’s hand rolled on the property and some chocolate from the on-site factory you definitely won’t want to share. Our go-to dishes here are the tartare de thon and cœur de filet de bœuf grillé, and if you’re feeling extra fancy, there’s caviar service that probably costs the same as your roundtrip ticket to Nassau.
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