We don’t eat out often. Never really have and since having kids, it’s been even less frequently. Partly to save money, partly because kids act crazy as soon as you sit down at a table. However, before we had kids we absolutely loved Bahama Breeze. With Andrew’s Caribbean culture, it’s a nice way for him to get a taste of home when we can’t make it over to his parents for dinner (I haven’t mastered the flavor profile yet – though it’s on my to do list).
Recently, we headed over to a nearby mall and once there I told Andrew that we should have an early dinner at Bahama Breeze. This is the face I got. I’m so happy that he loves somewhere so much.
The girls absolutely love the food at Bahama Breeze too. I know the flavor is in their bones, but I also love that we can expand their palates of different foods at such a young age at one of our favorite places.
Today, I wanted to share with you a complete meal from start to finish of some of our all time and recent favorites. I’ll share with you a few extras too.
Appetizers – Beef Empanadas. These are a new favorite. They are perfectly fried pastries filled with beef and potatoes. Everyone loved them. The jumbo lump crab stack is another fav of ours.
Soup – Seafood chowder. Hands down one of the best soups I’ve ever had. What’s even better is that this soup broke the ice for Andrew trying soups. He swore he hated soup until he tried this. Now, he won’t try other soups still, but when we are at Bahama Breeze, he will keep asking for bites of mine.
Entrees – The girls always continuously ask for bites of ours as soon as we order our dishes. Andrew always gets the same thing – Calypso Shrimp Linguine. Creamy, spicy, perfectly sautéed entree that embodies Caribbean style.
Trinidad Chicken Curry Bowl. This was a new one for me, but instantly a favorite. Chicken, chickpeas, and tomatoes in a curry and coconut milk sauce. It’s served with pineapple chutney and naan and it’s just amazing.
The fish tacos and the jerk chicken sandwich are equally delicious. I have a goal to work out way through the menu one day.
You can’t forget the drinks! We love a virgin Pina Colada as a fun and sweet treat.
The entire spread always looks amazing and we’re never disappointed. We absolutely love eating at Bahama Breeze.
And don’t worry – if you have littles that are less exploratory than ours, they have traditional kids meals like chicken tenders and fries.
Bahama Breeze is one of our favorite places and we just can’t get enough of it when we get out.