If you are a “foodie” then Harbour Island has just what you need!!!
The delicious delectable native dishes and island treats will excite your tastebuds. From conch delicacies to tropical cocktails. Below are a few local “must try” places on Briland that will leave you wanting more.
Bahamas Coffee Roasters and Bistro is a specialty coffee roasting company on the island. The Bahamas Coffee Roasters’ is proud to be a Specialty Coffee Roaster in the Bahama Islands. They have over 30 years experience with coffee from the ground to your cup. They import only the finest Specialty Grade A green Arabica beans from around the world, and roast them here on the Island of Eleuthera; creating the freshest coffee in the country.
Native Owned Cocoa Coffee House
Located only a few steps away from Royal Palm Hotel, The Cocoa Coffee House is your early morning wake up place to be. Every java junkie will find exactly what they are craving, from Starbucks coffee to their signature avocado toast. Open all day, this wi-fi access social hot spot is the perfect way to get you on your way.
A Baker’s Dozen
Arthur’s Bakery is the kind of place folks feel comfortable hanging out: artists, writers, media people, and international lollygaggers. Speaking of lunch, you can try some of their popular recipes, or read tart testimonials. They also offer free internet services.
Royalty At It’s Best
For an authentic Bahamian experience, Queen Conch salad bar is your stop. Located on the bay, you will literally see the conch arrive on the boat, get extracted and prepared right before your eyes. Just grab a beverage, soak up the sun and relax and enjoy your salad. Although Queen Conch had the best salad in the Bahamas, do not think that their other signature times are ones to pass up. Our favorite is the “Tequila Shrimp.”
The Place to Be for Lunch!!
Another favorite dining spot is Sip Sip – which means gossip to natives. Sip Sip is a farm to table lunch location that is home of the famous lobster quesadilla, conch chili hot dog, she crab dip and scrumptious carrot cake. Overlooking the pink sandy beaches, the who’s who travelers always stop by this trendy place for a bite.