Bahamas: Food Guide - Dining Out

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Bahamas Food Guide - Dining Out

Seafood is understandably very popular in the Bahamas, the national dish being conch, a large mollusk, usually served with peas and rice. Many restaurants serve American and British fare, perhaps more so even than local food, and there are the normal fast food outlets. Expect to pay at least 10-20€ for a dish in a standard restaurant with drinks being generally expensive, except for local rums and Kalik, a popular Bahamian beer. A 15% service charge is added to the bill, but additional tips are also accepted. Service is relaxed and may seem slow to some visitors.