Tempest Bistro--named, of course, after the Shakespeare play inspired by the founding shipwreck of Bermuda's English settlement--does right by its culinary roots not only menu-wise, but also in terms of the ambience. The brickwork dining room, housed in the historic Carriage House, is absolutely lovely. It's hard to tear yourself away from its white-tablecloth coziness. And then there's the seasonal French home-style fare, which sits easily alongside a fine variety of traditional Bermudian favorites such as fish chowder.
Then there's the extensive wine list and the reliably top-tier service. For the bistro experience in Bermuda, it's hard to argue with what Tempest delivers.
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