Located just a few steps from the historic King’s Square in the heart of St. George’s, Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio boasts a bountiful selection of the best seafood on the island.

Enter the restaurant via the cobblestone side street and choose a seat inside, on the shady, covered patio or out on the harbour-view deck. On sunny days, these outdoor tables are one of Wahoo’s most prized features. Both kids and adults alike love the brilliant blue water that teems with fish.

A salty sea breeze and a comfortable, bustling atmosphere complement Wahoo’s diverse menu of burgers, pasta, steaks and, from September through March, Bermuda lobsters. Time and again though, it’s the Rockfish “Picasso”, plated with a mosaic of brightly coloured fruits and ginger that steals the show. True to its namesake, the restaurant offers an entire page of Wahoo dishes, from their nuggets – golden, bite-sized morsels alongside fries and a garden salad – to their tacos, served Baja-style with slaw, pico de gallo and a generous dollop of lime sour cream. Chef Alfred Konrad also arranges an irresistible offering of daily specials – but don’t worry – the fish chowder, an undisputed local favourite, is always on the menu. A number of fresh salads and flavourful appetisers are, of course, available to round out your meal.

Wahoo’s is not only a diverse, family-friendly restaurant, but also buys locally, supporting Bermudian farmers and fishermen whenever possible. Warm summer evenings are also the perfect time for a quiet, candlelit dinner and one of Wahoo’s hand-crafted cocktails. Aside from their traditional Bermuda Rum Swizzle (a classic!), best sellers include the tropical Yellow Bird and the people’s choice award-winning Pink Prickly Pear Martini.

Be sure to call to book a reservation, as prime ocean view tables are quick to fill up, especially on holidays and weekends.

Monday (April to October): Lunch, 11:30am-5pm
Tuesday to Sunday: Lunch and Dinner, 11:30am – 9:30pm
Closed on Mondays during the winter season.

Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio
36 Water Street