Located on the west end of the Royal Naval Dockyard not far from the King’s Wharf cruise piers, this is the first restaurant that most cruise passengers see after they depart their ship. Which means that the restaurant staff doesn’t have to work too hard to stay busy—and they don’t (service can be lackadaisical, and the food standard). But it is convenient, so if you do decide to dine here, opt for a Bermuda classic: its fish sandwich, made with lightly breaded snapper served on thick cut raisin bread, is quite tasty. From May through October the restaurant features live music daily on its sprawling outdoor patio (like Spanish guitar music from local guitarist Randy Lambert or reggae, calypso and soca from the Fire and Ice band).