located on Front Street is Port O Call restaurant. It si a modern establishment with al fresco dining on the side walk. There is also a private room that is can be used for booking special dinner functions. It is a great place to eat with delicious food and attentive service. The ambiance is great wether you choose to sit inside or outside.
The food is amazing. I was recently invited there to celebrate a family members birthday. There were two menus to choose from. Since we went during restaurant week we decided to go with that menu instead of the main menu. The main difference is the price and the fact that the restaurant week menu is a set menu. Many will say that the regular menu is pricey but you definiately get your monies worth. The portions are large and not to mention tasty.
The chefs at Port O Call really present materpieces on the plate. Many favourite dishes include Seared Flank Steak served with parmesan trufle fries, as shown below, baked onion soup, grill romaine hearts, pan-fried grouper, Bermudian fish chowder with sherry peppers and black rum, Porterhouse steak for two, almond crusted flounder, curried shrimps and scallops, grilled rockfish and roasted chicken breast stuffed with spinach and tomatoes serves with a mushroom sauce.
Desserts are equally as fantastic. My favourite is the Molten Lava cake served with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream on top of a sweet wafer crisp, shown below. The bread pudding is another favourite among locals as well as the most raved about cheesecake and creme brulee.
Other delights that can be found at Port O Call include an extensive wine list, sushi from Pear restaurant anc unique cocktails. The chefs are very accomodating to patrons with food allergies or those who require substitutes. If you go there and its your birthday you can let the head waiter know and they will present your dessert of choice with a birthday song and candle.