If it’s local food you crave, head for North Bimini and hang out at a casual down-to-earth joint for a unique dining experience. You can interact with the locals and enjoy the traditional Bahamian fish-fry experience, or sample a variety of other local delicacies, like conch fritters and cracked conch. At one of the conch stands, you can watch fresh conch salad being made to order, and there are also several small roadside eateries and takeaways where you can get meals on the go. If you wish more pampering, a more intimate or romantic ambiance, check out a restaurant at one of the resorts and enjoy fine dining in idyllic settings overlooking the water. Choices for Bahamian or International cuisine include fresh seafood, island sushi, world-famous burgers, and traditional American, Bahamian, and Italian dishes. Cuisine available on South Bimini ranges from seafood and steak to sushi with a local twist.