I have to admit I haven’t been to all of the sushi restaurants in Nassau - Nobu is a little out of our budget - but I do think Seafront is my favorite. The only bummer here is the lack of an outdoor eating space. After all, if you are in The Bahamas you want to enjoy views and weather. But still, if you have a craving for sushi you will be happy here. Seafront has just introduced a sushi happy hour during the week. The happy hour menu has a robust list of $5 rolls. I struggle to finish 3 of their rolls so a $15 sushi dinner is a real steal.
There are lots of options on the menu for the non-sushi eaters. Mark is also a fan of the udon bowls and people rave about the seafront fried rice. If you have kids with you, they may enjoy the upstairs space because you can sit directly on large cushions on the floor with a low table in your own private booth. Emily used to love this when she was small.
All takeout orders are made fresh so picking up happy hour rolls and heading home to enjoy the Water’s Edge patio is also a good option. Just be prepared to place your order well in advance of your desired eating time. Island sushi takes a while.