Outfitted like a British cricket club, this brasserie and bistro features a Sunday morning health-conscious breakfast buffet with low-calorie and low-fat options, as well as one of the most comprehensive lunch menus on the island. It's decent food -- nothing more. You'll probably be satisfied with it if your expectations don't run too high. Standard "family fare" includes deli-style sandwiches, soups, chowders, pastas, salads, and platters such as grilled steaks and veal. The most popular fish dish is cod fish with potatoes, which has more flavor than the routine steaks and chops on the menu.
The restaurant, on the lower lobby level of the Fairmont Southampton, overlooks the swimming pool and the ocean beyond. Many Bermudians, with kids in tow, come here for a late lunch or a light supper. The informal but traditional restaurant requests only that guests cover their bathing suits with a shirt. A children's menu is available.
- © Frommer's 2013
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