Best. Steak. Ever.
Turn up the heat with the sexy, sophisticated and always perfectly spiced Southwestern cuisine of Bobby Flay. You know him as the award-winning chef, TV personality and cookbook author, and now you’ll get to know him even better at this Caribbean satellite of his beloved New York spot Mesa Grill. Bobby’s taken signature favorites from his Manhattan menu—including top cuts of the ultimate in prime beef—and added some Bahamian flare. The result? Bold and innovative dishes plus five kinds of margaritas and a mammoth tequila list you’ll love: Bahamian spiced chicken skewers with yogurt cilantro sauce, crispy squid and cracked conch salad with orange-chipotle vinaigrette, and Bahamian lobster tail with red chile-coconut sauce and green chile rice. You get to enjoy it all while sitting pretty in a space designed by famed architect, and Bobby’s go-to guy, David Rockwell.
CHEF BOBBY FLAY
Bobby Flay’s culinary boldness and versatility is evident in the multiple talents he brings adds to Atlantis Paradise Island’s epicurean delights: As a critically-acclaimed chef and restaurateur, award-winning cookbook author and television personality. However his first priority always remains with his restaurants. Flay discovered his culinary identity at the age of 17, while working as a cook at the famed theatre district haunt, Joe Allen’s. This eventually led Flay to study at The French Culinary Institute where he earned the first “Outstanding Graduate Award” in 1993. He now serves there as Master Instructor. Flay possesses a remarkable ability to create and retain the individual character of each of his projects, insisting on uniqueness and integrity. He works tirelessly to challenge diner’s expectations and influence the way Americans view and taste food – by making it bold, zesty and always fun.