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Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Johnny Cake

a half eaten piece of cake on a plate

If you’re visiting our islands for a few days, chances are likely high that you’ll encounter a slice (or two or three) of our staple “Johnny Cake” at some point during your visit. It’s often spotted in local restaurants enclosed in a tight wrapping of wax paper or tin foil and sometimes you’ll find it…

Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Island Sweet Bread

a slice of cake sitting on top of a piece of bread

There’s nothing quite like the warm, pillowy goodness of a thick slice of homemade bread. Bearing a sweetness that store-bought varieties can never compare to, homemade bread in The Bahamas is versatile and delicious and at home we appreciate nothing more than a fresh loaf of Island Sweet Bread. Often infused with delicate coconut shreds…

New On Nassau’s Culinary Scene: Restaurants To Try In 2015

a plate of food on a table

Brimming with cosmopolitan energy and recently ranked amongst the Best Places To Travel In 2015 by Travel + Leisure, Nassau’s culinary scene explodes with diverse, authentic, and exotic new restaurants you must try this year.  Lukka Kairi Undoubtedly one of Downtown Nassau’s most vibrant new restaurants serving fresh Bahamian flavors with a contemporary twist. Dare we assign Lukka…

Tru Bahamian Must Eats: Peas & Rice

a pile of rice with meat and vegetables

A side order of peas & rice (or rather, Peas n’ Rice) is as part of any bona fide Bahamian meal as palm trees are to our beautiful island landscape. Served alongside fish, meat or chicken, this beloved staple food is thoroughly enjoyed by Bahamian locals for lunch or dinner or both. In fact, it’s…