Paris has better restaurants; Bermuda has better beaches. Everything's a trade-off. It's no accident that there ar no michelin-starred or Zagat top-rated restaurants in Bermuda.
There are ZERO "..five star dining experience(s)..' in Bermuda (Newport Room at the Fairmont Southampton Hotel is temporarily closed). Having said that, there are some Bermuda dining experience that rise to '..very good..'--
OCEAN ECHO and ROYSTON'S (Coconuts closed in January) at The Reefs Hotel--(South Shore)--
TAMARISK ROOM at Cambridge Beaches--(west shore)--
TOM MOORE'S TAVERN--(Hamilton Parish)--
HENRY VIII Restaurant & Pub--(South Shore)--
BARRACUDA GRILL--(downtoown Hamilton--Seafood)--
For basically good '..pub grub..'--
HOG PENNY PUB--(downtown Hamilton)--
FROG & ONION PUB--(West-end/Dockyard)--
HENRY VIII Restaurant & Pub--(South Shore--Pub Fare menu)--
It's difficult to say what is or isn't Bermudian '..local cuisine..' ?? Dishes like Cod Fish Cakes & Potatoes (usually a breakfast item), Shark Hash, Fish Chowder (with as much Outerbridge Sherry Pepper sauce as one can stand), any sort of fresh-caught fish, Bermuda Spiny Lobster (seasonally from Sept-thru-Mar.) Casava Pie or Bread Pudding probably would all qualify.