Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio is located on Water Street in St. George’s, Bermuda. The restaurant has been around for 7 or 8 years and has established itself as one of the best on the East End!
Alfred and Geza have a created a successful and fun little eatery and late night party spot in the heart of the Olde Towne. Wahoo’s is named after the local Bermuda fish, the Wahoo. In Hawaii, the wahoo is known as ‘ono’. Many Hispanic areas of the Caribbean and Central America refer to this fish as ‘peto’. [More about the fish, Wahoo]
Wahoo’s has a nice eclectic menu that bounces between a seafood restaurant and an authentic German cuisine and everything in between. Between the daily specials and the menu, there is something for everyone here!
A must try is the Smoked Wahoo Pate starter! It is served with various cuts of bread and some fresh vegetables. Also, starters worth a mention are the Wahoo Nuggets with tartar sauce. These are also available as a lunch or dinner with Wahoo’s delicious crispy French Fries. It may take a few visits in order to try all the delicious Wahoo Specials on the back page of the menu, but, from the Wahoo Chowder to the Wahoo Tacos; it is well worth it!
If you are a salad lover, do yourself a favour and try the Spinach, Blue Cheese, Cranberry and Walnut Salad. So many flavour surprises in every bite! The soups are delicious, daily specials are great and the staff are very professional and attentive. Check the menu links below for full details…
After dessert, move to the bar area and have a coffee or cocktail. It is so much fun because the bar is directly on Water Street and you can talk to all the passersby on foot, or, in their cars.
Monday – Closed
Tuesday to Sunday
*Lunch & Dinner
*11:30pm – 9:30pm
Wahoo’s Waterside Bistro & Patio
36 Water Street,
St. George’s, Bermuda
More about the Wahoo
The flesh of the wahoo is white to grey, delicate to dense, and highly regarded by many gourmets. The taste is similar to mackerel, though arguably less pronounced. This has created some demand for the wahoo as a premium-priced commercial food fish. In many areas of its range, such as Hawaii, Bermuda and many parts of the Caribbean, local demand for wahoo is met by artisanal commercial fishermen, who take them primarily by trolling, as well as by recreational sports fishermen who sell their catch.