Grand Hyatt Baha Mar has opened its 24th restaurant – 3 Tides Fish House – a 220-seat eatery that serves a diverse array of seafood dishes utilizing locally and sustainably sourced fish in support of sustainable Bahamian fishing practices. Grand Hyatt Baha Mar is a luxury resort located on the island of New Providence in Nassau.
Led by Chef de Cuisine Terrance Copland, 3 Tides Fish House serves international cuisine for breakfast and dinner, pulling inspiration from fish markets in the Middle East and California’s renowned seafood houses. With an open kitchen at each of its three culinary stations – hot, cold, and interactive desserts – the restaurant offers unparalleled access to its team of chefs, creating a holistic dining experience for guests.
Artwork produced by Bahamian master artists John Beadle, Jackson Burnside and Stan Burnside don the walls of the space, which is outfitted with Old World-inspired furnishings and elegant décor, allowing for a colorful and airy atmosphere. The design draws its aesthetic from the restaurant’s three pillars of sustainability, quality, and simplicity.
“At 3 Tides Fish House, we aspire to have a future that’s more efficient, sustainable and environmentally aware, so we’re committed to using fresh, seasonal products from local farmers and fishermen,” Copland said. “As a proud partner of local companies like Hightide Seafood, we want the simplicity and accessibility of our ingredients to inspire guests to make similar dishes at home.”