Housed in a restored 17th-century cottage with handsome stone archways, antique paintings and white-clothed tables set with silver and crystal, this upscale restaurant oozes old-school Bermuda. For that reason, and because it’s also the main restaurant of the attached cottage colony that bears the same name, it attracts an older crowd of repeat guests who love it because it simply hasn’t changed very much over the years. That goes for the menu, too, which features classic preparations of French and continental cuisine like escargots in garlic cream, hazelnut crusted foie gras and hearty mains like chateaubriand for two and veal tenderloin (it’s also famous for its steakhouse classics like prime cuts of beef and decadent sides of creamed spinach and truffle fries). Whatever you do, don’t pass up dessert since Fourways serves the island’s best soufflés.