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Drinks & Dining on the Cay

Known for its imaginative, ever-changing menus of seasonal, Asian-accented Bahamian cuisine and its gracious, wine-splashed vibe, gourmet cuisine and good times are central to the Kamalame experience.

The island’s culinary program is centred on fresh regional ingredients, epicurean flair, and gracious service. Menus change daily and feature local seafood and fowl, top tier imported game, and farm-fresh produce. Homemade pastries and breads are baked on site, spring water is filtered via reverse osmosis, and—dedicated to sustainability and protecting the Great Barrier Reef, just offshore—Kamalame serves only mature, in- season seafood.

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The great house
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The Great House

Wrapped in French doors and sheltered in a lush garden overlooking the ocean, Kamalame’s West Indies style Great House is a central gathering place. Meals are served indoors, fans whirling overhead, or al fresco, on the sand-floor terrace. Menus change daily—classic breakfast, languid lunch and afternoon snacks, through fine dining, as the venue takes on a dressier, candle-lit turn at sunset.

Opening hours: 7-11 am & 6-10 pm

Sample Breakfast Menu
Sample Dinner Menu
Sample Wine List
Salad Menu

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SugarCane

Serving up a culinary journey along the world’s sugarcane route from Jamaica, Cuba, The Bahamas and Haiti in the West to Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia in the East; enjoy a range of small and large sharing plates along with a selection of specialty wines and cocktails.

Favourite dishes include “Conchonut” Salad served in a green coconut, Salt-fish Fritters with Yellow Curry Mayo, Fried Whole Red Snapper with Tamarind Sauce, Grilled Spatchcocked Organic Chicken with Green Curry Sauce, Crispy Jerk Pork Belly with House-Made Pepper Jelly, Pikliz Slaw (pikliz is a spicy Haitian condiment) and a selection of refreshing, locally-made tropical desserts including Rum Raisin Ice Cream, Coconut Ice Cream with Salted Caramel and Fresh Mango with Lime.

Located in a purpose-built 1,200 square foot beachside tiki hut made from locally-harvested Andros pine, silver thatch and Andros sandstone, the Sugarcane is centred around a grove of three towering 30-foot-high coconut trees facing the Atlantic Ocean.

Sugarcane is open on special occasions. Inquire upon check in.

Sample SugarCane Menu

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Tiki Bar & Beach Club

Overlooking a vast expanse of white sand beach, just off the island’s freshwater pool, the Tiki Bar & Beach Club serves a casual menu. Outfitted with an outdoor kitchen and grill, full bar, and shaded seaside loggia, the island’s buzzy daytime social hub is just 40 minutes by boat from Nassau and the favoured island outpost for denizens of Lyford Cay, The Rosewood Hotel, or The Albany, with whom Kamalame shares membership privileges.

Opening hours: noon - 3 pm

Sample Salad Menu

Sample Lunch Menu

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Monkey Bar

The hotel’s intimate watering hole takes its theme from design legend Tony Duquette whose ‘More is More’ maxim, informed not only his lavish interiors but also his gift for entertaining friends in high style. Stocked with excellent wine, champagnes, spirits, and signature drinks, we hope you’ll honour the ebullient spirit of Mr. Duquette by enjoying too many cocktails and having a marvelous time.

Opening hours: 6 - 10 pm

Sample Cocktail Menu

Sample Wine & Champagne Menu

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The Grove

Kamalame’s Asian restaurant reflects the owner’s heritage—Brian Hew is Jamaican-Chinese—and the family’s love for the region’s cuisine. Lemongrass, coconut milk, ginger, sesame oil, the menus at our al fresco, palm grove restaurant are focused on the classic flavours of The Orient and served family-style on shared platters. Casual lunch, or romantic table for two, The Grove gives the classic flavours of the Far East a modern spin.

Sugarcane is open on special occasions. Inquire upon check in.

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The Lounge

Just off the Great House, the sand floor, ocean-view Lounge is edged by lush jungle foliage. Shaded and sheltered by a rainproof portico and scattered with generous daybeds and throw pillows, it’s the perfect daytime spot to relax with a book and a glass of wine, play backgammon or Scrabble with friends, while in the evening, lanterns and candles lit, it morphs into a pre- and post- dinner cocktail party.

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The Farm

Committed to being self-sufficient and sustainable, Kamalame flies in as little as possible and is mainly stocked by our farm on neighbouring Andros island. Home to ‘Cluckingham Palace’, which provides the cay with free-range, hormone-free chickens and eggs, this 200-acre estate offers a steady harvest of fresh produce: greens and aubergines, cucumbers, tomatoes, melons, squash, chilies, peppers, herbs, and more. With a vast palm grove that supplies Kamalame’s organic coconut water, this is also the site of some of the island’s special, Farm-to-Table, culinary events.

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Kamalame Meal Plans

STANDARD SUITE
Includes a daily continental breakfast basket delivered to your door. All other food and beverage from all restaurants or bars, are billed a la carte, and will attract taxes and gratuities. In-room mini bar items are additional.

GUEST OF HOUSE
Includes a daily continental breakfast basket delivered to your accommodation, stocked in- room mini bar and all other unlimited meals, beverages, spirits and house wines from all restaurants or bars. Cellar wines and champagnes are available but not included. The Guest of House plan is additional to the Standard Suite rate and priced nightly at $225 per adult and $98 per child. Prices attract 32% taxes and gratuities.

Select Standard Suite or Guest of House meal plan, when reserving your accommodation. Guests may upgrade to the Guest of House meal plan, even on the day of arrival.