You’ll be in good hands here, thanks to a team of well-trained waiters who serve meals with aplomb (a real treat since service at many of the island’s restaurants can be slow or inattentive). We’d suggest reserving a seat on open-air patio (lovely views of Castle Harbour) but the dining room with its vaulted ceilings with exposed cedar beams and handsome blue banquettes ain’t too shabby, either (in fact it defines elegance). On offer is a well-executed lineup of international fare, but consider ordering one of the chef’s island-inspired favorites like honey rum glazed pork belly or the pan seared rockfish with banana and toasted almonds. Fun fact: The Pan Am Sky Club murals, which depict the world’s great 19th century seaports and hang on the walls as you enter, were commissioned for New York’s Pan Am Building in 1965 by Pan Am Airways owner Juan Trippe. They were purchased at auction by his son Ed Trippe in 2006 and later installed in the restaurant, since the Tripp family owns part of the land that Rosewood Bermuda was built upon.