Bermuda Hotel Serves Garden Dinner
A once overgrown area near the main grounds of the Rosewood Tucker’s Point in Bermuda has been transformed into Coffee Chine, a secluded, alfresco dining area that offers private four-course dinners for up to four guests.
The area was discovered by accident when a stone pathway dating back to the original resort from the 1920s was noticed. It led to a grotto area referred to as the Coffee Chine, complete with coffee trees and waterfall.
"The Coffee Chine is such a magical setting for our guests to have a completely extraordinary dining experience — and I’m sure it will be used for a quite a few marriage proposals as well," says Duncan Graham, managing director.
The 240-acre Rosewood Tucker’s Point, with views of Castle Harbour and Harrington Sound, is situated on Bermuda’s longest private pink-sand beach and features 88 rooms and residential homes, an 18-hole golf course, a spa, and dining and drinking options including The Point Restaurant & Terrace, Tucker’s Bar, The Café, and The Grille Room & Bar, .
At Coffee Chine Diners are surrounded by an orchard and order creations from chef Guido Brambilla, like grilled jumbo asparagus with balsamic vinegar, Parmigiano-Reggiano, and arugula; chilled Vichyssoise; grilled scallops; lamb loin with summer squash, fingerling potatoes, and mint sauce; and crepe Suzette.
The price of the Coffee Chine evening, including wine pairing, is $1,395 per couple or $1,995 for a party of four, which includes tax and gratuity.
Lauren Mack is the Travel Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @lmack.