Café meal a piece of art’ for a modest price
Just a note to thank all Bermudians for the warm welcome you offered to my husband, Bernard, and I while we were visiting a friend to bring in 2020.
This was our 75th visit to Bermuda. And we celebrated Bernard’s 75th birthday while here.
We never cease to discover a new jewel, at every visit. But this one was unexpected.
We went to the Masterworks Museum for lunch with its founder and creative director, Tom Butterfield and its curator Elise Outerbridge, at Homer’s located at the museum.
It’s a small, informal restaurant, with a limited menu. I ordered avocado on toast with a margarita.
When the meal arrived, I was awed: the presentation was a piece of art. And both the margarita and the toast were the best I have ever had. What talent the young chef has!
The price: lowest that I have seen in Bermuda.
So next time you are looking for a pleasant day, visit the Masterworks Museum and enjoy chef Jorge Lucero Navarro’s outstanding culinary talent, for a modest price.
From a Canadian Onion.
OBA labels MPs’ ‘pay cut’ as sleight of hand
Hamilton to set up outdoor dining areas
Burt vows to not let antiracism energy die
Ideas from readers to jump-start the economy
Police expect up to 1,000 for BLM march
Archdeacon, 86, to attend protest march
Polish experience pushes Leverock to brink
Take Our Poll