Fish restaurant wins People’s Choice Awards
Lost in the Triangle’s “never frozen” policy has helped it win two 2018 Restaurant Weeks People’s Choice Awards: one for lunch and one for dinner.
It is the first restaurant to win both People’s Choice Awards in the same year. The lunch category was added to Bermuda Restaurant Weeks for the first time in 2017 when LITT also took the top prize.
Pat Phillip-Fairn, chief product and experiences development officer at the Bermuda Tourism Authority, said: “The objective for introducing a People’s Choice Award has always been about incentivising and rewarding Bermuda inspiration and storytelling in the culinary experience.
“It’s fitting LITT would come out on top as locally caught Bermuda fish is what the restaurant and its owner Delvin Bean are best known for.
“When locals endorse a place it carries a lot of credibility with visitors because they want to eat where locals eat.”
Mr Bean added: “At our restaurant we pride ourselves on freshness — our seafood is freshly caught, our vegetables are freshly harvested. In the kitchen we believe in never frozen. It takes dedication to maintain that level of quality and I am very proud that the public is responding well to the LITT team’s commitment to be the best at what we do.”
LITT, in Hamilton, offers a “sea to table experience” where visitors can go fishing by day and eat what they caught by night.
Bermuda Restaurant Weeks 2018, which took place from January 11 to February 4, had a record 53 participating restaurants.
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