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Unwind In Paradise: Nassau’s Most Chill Waterfront Restaurants & Bars 2019

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Is there any scene more Caribbean than sipping tropical cocktails while enjoying a view of the ocean, the salty breeze moving through your hair and gentle melodies of a local live band serenading the sunset? We fully agree that such simple, unrushed pleasures of life in paradise cannot be beaten. To help you recreate this vision on…

Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Conch Fritters

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If you have travelled to The Bahamas before, you’ve likely come across conch on our menus or maybe you’ve heard of its aphrodisiac properties but what makes the conch fritter a must-eat method of preparation? At Tru Bahamian Food Tours, we think a first impression is a lasting one, and so we trust the traditional…

Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Boiled Fish

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Following an early morning of fishing in the islands or an animated late night celebration, the go-to remedy for most here in The Bahamas, is a steaming bowl of Boiled Fish or simply ‘Boil’- as we often shorten it to. And don’t let the plain-sounding name fool you; this hearty dish is packed with flavour…

Nassau Restaurants To Try In 2016: The 8 Newest Dining Spots On The Island

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Nassau’s dining scene is ever-evolving and 2016 has ushered in several new and exciting dining options broad enough to please adventurous foodies, families, and romantics alike! For 2016- resolve to discover the menus on this interesting new list of Nassau restaurants over the remaining months of this year: we’ll keep eating and exploring the island’s dining scene…

Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Crab & Rice

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Here in The Bahamas, summertime arrives in swarms of feisty red and black crabs, and every island kid knows that it’s time to grab a bucket or a crocus sack and catch da crabs crawlin’. The docks and fishermen’s markets will be piled high with traps full to bursting with native crustaceans, and soon enough, pots…