Seafire Steakhouse offers the best steaks in the Bahamas. Therefore it’s not shocking that it was also the most expensive steaks in the Bahamas. I can’t remember the last time I paid $65 (plus 15% auto tip) for a 14oz New York Strip. Good thing it was one of the best tasting steaks I’ve ever had.
Seafire is located in the Atlantis Marina near Bimini Road. The room offers the perfect atmosphere for a modern steakhouse, with high-pitched ceilings, large chandeliers, rustic brick, illuminated amber glass, eclectic artwork, painted pressed metal ceilings and mosaic flooring intermingled with more traditional elements combine with scents and accents to offer an elegant and yet relaxed ambiance. You can relax in the well stocked bar while you wait for your table.
Guests at Seafire can dine from an extensive menu filled with rich, smoked, seared or grilled flavors. Tempting starters from classic shrimp cocktail to coriander crusted beef carpaccio complement entrÃ©es such as lemon-pepper tuna, sweet Bahamian lobster tails and the finest cuts aged beef. The menu also has a variety of signature martinis and an extensive collection of fine wines. The open kitchen allows guests to see their steak as they cook.
My Wagyu NY Strip was grilled to perfection and full of flavor. That helped to lessen the sting of the $65 price tag. The steak came with a glove of roasted garlic and Seafire steak sauce to increase the flavor. I tried steaks from three different restaurants while at Atlantis and Seafire was by far the best.
While I was having a good time enjoying my meal, my friend Terry Lamb felt he got duped. He ordered a Seafire Steakhouse salad, and found that there was no steak in it. It was normal salad named after Seafire Steakhouse. We gave him a good ribbing about it. 🙂
Steaks were not the only thing that was expensive at Seafire. That little steakhouse salad pictured above that doesn’t have any steak, that cost $16 (don’t forget to add 15% auto tip).
The final bill for our group came to over $1,000. That’s like three days in a roll of $1,000 restaurant bills. It’s a good thing I make over $1 million. Spending a grand a day eating out can send you to the poor house pretty quite if you don’t.