Best Of The West Exploring Somerset Village & Royal Naval Dockyard By Brigitta Wohlmuth Welcome to the West End - home to the smallest drawbridge in the world, and some of the most gorgeous
Due to strict fishing laws, the spiny-reef dwelling lobsters indigenous to our waters are a delicacy that can only be enjoyed from September until March so if you haven’t had one yet then check out one of these local restaurants who will be happy to serve you!
Bermuda’s culture, history and British heritage come together at the Hog Penny, one of the island’s most iconic pubs. It’s legacy dates back to 1957 when it became the first licensed establishment in the City of Hamilton. Since then, it has maintained a reputation as one of the most homely places to eat and drink in the city, with loyal customers from around the world returning again and again.
Purists, whether scientific or culinary, may be horrified to learn that throughout the subtropical western Atlantic this clawless crayfish goes under the name of Lobster... The Bermuda Spiny Lobster - Panulirus Argus The local lobster
The Bookmart Review - Best Bermudian Cook Books by Martin Buckley, Department Manager at The Bookmart at Brown & Co. Bermuda benefits from being at something of a culinary crossroads and Bermudian breakfasts, lunch boxes,
The Bermuda Lobster : Spiny Lobster- Panulirus Argus The local lobster is something of a phenomenon as the following excerpt explains, and this is taken from the publication: Marine Conservation. A Recreational User’s Guide for Bermuda