Bahamas Private Island Resort is opening a new restaurant on Kamalame Cay
A new cocktail and dining spot located on Kamalame Cay Private Island Resort prep your palate for a culinary journey from the Americas to Asia. The resort’s team of chefs use sugarcane as an ingredient in this delectable new spot and have plans for cocktails, desserts & more!
Sugarcane in Miami serves upscale Bahamian cuisine, with a focus on Asian culinary influences. David King-Hew has coined their style of cooking as “BahAsian” to reflect David’s childhood in the Bahamas and his mixed heritage.
This restaurant offers a little bit of everything for every variety of people, with a menu that features local Florid cuisine and an impressive selection of imported wines. Favorite dishes include a “Conchonut” Salad served in a green coconut, Salt-fish Fritters with Yellow Curry Mayo, Fried Whole Red Snapper with Tamarind Sauce, Grilled Spatchcocked Organic Chicken with Green Curry Sauce, Crispy Jerk Pork Belly with Hot and spicy habanero sauce. Rum raisin and mango ice cream. Pick up some for a delicious tropical treat.
A tiki hut in Grand Bahama is dedicated to sustainable practices and surrounded by three native Andros Pine Trees set deep in the Earth. There’s a barefoot chic feel to the restaurant’s decor. There are low banquettes, slipper chairs, and cane chandeliers with pops of yellow, pinewood, marble, and stone.
Sugarcane, a new restaurant off Caribbean Cay Resort’s development path, joins The Great House Restaurant (established), Tiki Bar & Beach Club (much-celebrated). The resort is also renowned for its monthly al fresco, multi-course Saturday Luncheons, which draw chic revelers from on- and off-island to enjoy Champagne and wine pairings from Young’s Fine Wine and dancing with DJ Kirk Duncombe.