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Cafe Martinique

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Atlantis Resort restaurant presents French fare influenced by tropical flavors and prepared with classic technique.

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Cafe Martinique, Nassau, bahamas

Cafe Martinique Restaurant Review

: Located in the Marina Village at the Atlantis Resort, Café Martinique nods to the Paradise Island restaurant of the same name that served as a filming location for the 1965 James Bond movie “Thunderball.” Intimate and elegant, it evokes an old-world ambience with vaulted ceilings and soft lighting, and can be accessed at its second floor perch via a sweeping staircase or ride in the wrought-iron bird-cage elevator. This fine dining establishment from Jean-Georges Vongerichten features a menu of French fare influenced by tropical flavors and local ingredients, with dishes such as cracked conch with avocado and citrus-chili mayo as an appetizer; snapper with braised fennel, lemon and olive oil; and roasted Bahamian lobster tail with fried plantains, oregano and chili. You can order fish, lamb chops or steak “simply grilled” with your choice of béarnaise, peppercorn, tomato vinaigrette or steak sauce. For dessert, crème fraîche cheesecake with guava sorbet and mille-crêpe with mango coulis and fresh passion fruit seeds meld French and Bahamian culture. The bar serves classic cocktails and the wine list is not exclusively French.


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