We discovered this amazing restaurant in Bermuda on a recent cruise out of Boston. We went to the restaurant for sushi but the owner (Valerio) told us he discontinued serving sushi because their was not enough demand for it. Disappointed, we almost left. But Valerio told us he would prepare us a special dinner and that if we did not like it, we did not have to pay for it. Intrigued, we decided to stay which turned out to be our best gastronomic decision of our vacation. The meal included a fresh tomato with just the right amount of seasoning, followed by conch fritters (don't pass these up), fish chowder served the local way (you'll just have to find out for yourself), and the freshest wahoo on the island as the entree - all topped off with just-out-of-the-oven raspberry pie! And, what would a local meal be without a Rum Swizzle or two? We had our share of Rum Swizzles on our vacation and Valerio's were simply the best. Not only was the food top notch but we also were treated to great conversation with Valerio and his friend Hiram. When in Bermuda, do yourself a favor and go to this restaurant, have a Rum Swizzle (or two - but only if you are walking), chat a while with Hiram, and let Valerio craft a very memorable meal for you.
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